Princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein Breaks Her Silence.

Well, this is interesting.  It seems that Princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein finally decided to speak to the press regarding the infamous Botswana Affair and the Instituto Nóos scandal (her name was mentioned in several private emails. Mr. Undangarin’s former Instituto Nóos partner, Mr. Diego Torres, decided it was a brilliant idea to expose the emails to the press).

Any way, speaking from her home in lovely old Monaco the princess noted “…I want to talk now because I have to defend myself as my silence was misinterpreting.”

Great.

Please click the links below to read her interview as well as to view new glamour shots of the princess from the Spanish newspaper, El Mundo (in Spanish):

And, finally, if you understand Spanish here is a roundtable discussion regarding Princess Corinna and an article that was published in the New York Times about her and King Juan Carlos I of Spain.

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