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She is a frizzy-haired year-old eccentric and hugely wealthy aristocrat with a squeaky voice and an impossibly long name.
He is a lowly civil servant 25 years her junior. Today the two were married, prompting a frenzy of excitement in this southern Spanish city. The billionaire duchess, who has been known to ask the media for money in the past, allowed in just two news agencies — for free.
A neatly groomed priest, a flamenco singing troupe, innumerable bunches of roses, sunflowers and carnations, and at least two bullfighter guests made their way into the palace complex as security guards pushed back the crowd of gawping, shouting Sevillanos. Cries of " Guapa!
She responded by dancing a few flamenco steps. Most people, however, seemed to be taking a tongue-in-cheek attitude to the duchess's latest romance and using it as an excuse to indulge in Seville's favoured pastime of partying.
At least one onlooker had dressed in a bridal gown. Another came disguised as Spain's monarch, King Juan Carlos, who was reportedly petitioned by the duchess's children to see if he could dissuade their mother from remarrying.
The duchess's attempts to stop her six children from squabbling with her husband-to-be over money — by making her will public before the marriage — failed to appease them all, prompting the duchess to call one daughter-in-law "lying, wicked and covetous" on a television gossip show.
The daughter-in-law and her husband were among the few guests who turned down the wedding invitation.
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All he wants is me," the duchess said earlier this year. The publicity-loving aristocrat was said to be formally furious, but privately delighted, by the flattering figure she boasted when she was a mere fifty-something.
The magazine said it had held on to the pictures for 30 years so as not to upset the duchess, but thought them now worth publishing. Local shops were selling duchess-themed "I love DQS" T-shirts featuring her trademark frizz of white hair.
The regional CanalSur TV station beamed live coverage into the city's bars, where unemployed men sold postcards of the Virgin Mary statues that populate Seville's churches. She also claims the title of Duchess of Berwick and boasts blood ties to the British royal family and Winston Churchill.
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Giles Tremlett in Seville. Topics Spain Europe news. Reuse this content.