Ferfried “Foffi” Prince of Hohenzollern
Tatjana Gsell’s ex died
Ferfried Prince of Hohenzollern has died at the age of 79. He was best known for his liaison with Tatjana Gsell.
Mourning for Ferfried “Foffi” Prince of Hohenzollern (1943-2022): The former touring car racer died in the night from Monday (September 26) to Tuesday (September 27) in the Großhadern Clinic in Munich. His immediate family has both “colorful” as well as the “Bild” newspaper approved. He was 79 years old. The cause of death is not known.
Ferfried Maximilian Pius Meinrad Maria Hubert Michael Justinus Prince of Hohenzollern was born on April 14, 1943 at Umkirch Castle in Baden-Württemberg as the youngest son of Friedrich von Hohenzollern (1891-1965), head of the former royal House of Hohenzollern.
After studying law, Ferfried devoted himself to a career as a racer and in 1966 began to regularly compete in races in Europe with a BMW. In 1969 he was accepted into the works team at BMW. In 1971 he secured victory in a 24-hour race at the Nürburgring.
His liaison with Tatjana Gsell
However, he received media attention mainly through his relationship with reality TV star Tatyana Gsell (51) in 2004, although the prince was still married in his third marriage at the time. Their liaison was apparently so interesting to the public that the broadcaster RTLzwei decided to broadcast a four-part docu-soap about the couple with “Tatjana & Foffi – Cinderella becomes Princess” (2006). However, their relationship fell apart again.
Three wives, four children
Ferfried Prince of Hohenzollern was married three times. In September 1968 he married Angela von Morgen (1942-2019) for the first time. They had two children but divorced in 1973. In April 1977 he married his second wife Eliane Etter (75). The two also had two children. Their marriage ended in divorce in 1987. In 1999 he gave his third wife Maja Synke Meinert (50) the yes word, their marriage lasted until 2007.