He married Cornell Borchers (born Cornelia Bruch or Gerlind Borchers), an actress whom he met when she starred in his films Schule für Eheglück (1954) and Rot ist die Liebe (1957), by whom he had at least one daughter, Julia Schelkopf, born in Munich on 15 September 1962, who married at Aufkirchen on 30 May 1987 HSH Friedrich Wilhelm Philipp Georg Heinrich Jakob 7th Fürst von Hanau und zu Horowitz Graf von Schaumburg, born in Munich on 26 June 1959, and by whom she has three children: HSH Tassilo Hubertus Heinrich Antonius Erbprinz von Hanau und zu Horowitz Erbgraf von Schaumburg (born Starnberg, 8 November 1987), HSH Philippa Maria Theresia Prinzessin von Hanau und zu Horowitz Gräfin von Schaumburg (born Starnberg, 15 January 1989) and HSH Thaddäus Carl Heinrich Prinz von Hanau und zu Horowitz Graf von Schaumburg (born Starnberg, 16 June 1995).
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