Maja von Hohenzollern Poster


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Overview (3)

Born in Dresden, German Democratic Republic
Birth NameMaja Synke Meinert
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Her Royal Highness, Maja Synke Princess of Hohenzollern, was born in 1971 in Dresden, Germany. One of the most distinguished High Profile Members of the European Aristocracy. Related to most leading noble families of Europe.

Recently honored with the medals "Czar Peter the Great" and "Patronage of the Century" - the highest decoration by the Russian Government - for her engagement in numerous international charities. Received the medal "Pilar" by Yuri Luzhkov, Mayor of the City of Moscow.

Was asked by French Presidents Giscard d'Estaing and Jacques Chirac to join the Board of their "Avec Foundation" fighting cancer.

Patron of the "Princess Hohenzollern Foundation" (Prevention of Cancer), "Cinema for Peace", "School for Life" (orphans in Thailand), "Schattenkinder" (Last wishes of terminally ill children are fulfilled). President of "German Breast Cancer Gala Foundation". (Selection).

Traveled to Thailand on her own expenses to provide food and other urgently needed supplies for orphans of the Tsunami victims.

Recently was invited to join the Board of Europe's first Online University as Chairwoman

A real "Media Darling" based on her intelligence, appearance, charms and social engagement. Only in 2004 she was present in 92 Television programs, Talk shows respectively, and 562 articles and cover stories reaching an audience of 518,53 Mio people. The Princess is certainly one of the most recognizable personalities for the discriminating consumer.

Speaks German, English, Spanish, Russian and Latin fluently. Plays Tennis and Golf and is a professional Inline-skater.

Created her very Audio-book "Fairy Tales for the little Prince and Princess" and toured Germany reciting for children.

Presented in early 2005 her Puzzle "Kiss Me, Little Princess" (distributed worldwide by Ravensburger Group) at the World's biggest toy fair held at Nuremberg/ Germany.

Spokeswoman for Opel Germany (GM).

Currently working on two Reality Series "Royal Pillow Talk" and "The Quest For The Crest".

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Jörg Bobsin

Spouse (1)

Ferfried von Hohenzollern (19 March 1999 - 2007) ( divorced)

Trade Mark (2)

Children Furniture
Maja von Hohenzollern Cosmetics

Trivia (6)

Hit balls with a self-made tennis-racket against the wall of a house in the age of 8 when a professional Tennis trainer passed by. He invited her to join his Club. Maja became Junior Champion in Tennis of the "DDR" (Democratic Republic of Germany) shortly after.
Maja's parents were arrested because of their political attitude and were sentenced to 4 1/2 years behind bars. The German Government redeemed both prisoners after three years. Maja who had lived all the time with her auntie in Dresden was finally reunited with her parents.
Together with Dr. Dirk Weeber Arayatumsopon she took part in a social book project "Der Siamesische Maerchentopf (The Siamese Pot of Fairy Tales)" published May 2008 by the German Rosamontis Publishing Company Limited.
In Pre-Production of her own Reality TV-show "Royal Pillow Talk" and "The Quest for the Crest". [September 2005]
Working on a Television Special about her in Marbella (Costa del Sol, Spain) [August 2005]
In Phukhet, Thailand, as Ambassador of "School for Life", a Non-profit charity organization which provides for Thailand's orphans. [October 2005]

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