It's been less than a week since Luna Schweiger spoke about her new boyfriend. Til Schweiger's daughter is now dating the adopted son of Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt. And now the two are appearing together in public for the first time.
Where love falls... And in the case of Luna Schweiger, it fell on soccer player Kevin Prinz von Anhalt. The 25-year-old daughter of actor and director Til Schweiger announced this last week. The "Bild am Sonntag" revealed that they had been "together for half a year". And: "We spend a lot of time together."
Now the public has also received a first taste of the couple's leisure activities. Luna Schweiger and her 28-year-old boyfriend made their first appearance as a couple in a thunderstorm of flashbulbs on the sidelines of a concert by singer Billie Eilish in Bonn.
The pair matched well in their outfits. Both came in black. Luna Schweiger chose wide-leg leather trousers and a simple blouse. Kevin von Anhalt appeared in an ensemble of shirt, pants and leather jacket.
Of course, Luna Schweiger's friend is not really of noble origin. Born Kevin Feucht, he was adopted by Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt at the end of 2021. Of course, his adoptive father, who was born Hans-Robert Lichtenberg, originally had no blue blood at all. Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt has also only been adopted since 1980.
As a footballer, Kevin von Anhalt currently plays for the Türkspor Augsburg club in the 5th division. He also recently commented on his relationship in the "Bild" newspaper. "I immediately fell in love with Luna because of her open, relaxed and very funny nature. Rarely have I met a woman with whom I laugh so much and have so much fun together," he said.
Luna Schweiger is the eldest daughter of Til Schweiger. She is known as an actress, especially at her father's side. She starred in films such as "Keinohrhasen" (2007), "Phantom Pain" (2009), "Guardian Angel" (2012) and "Tschiller: Off Duty" (2016). Together with her sister Emma (19) and father Til, she is also in front of the camera for the film "Manta, Manta 2", the sequel to the 90s cult film.