The day after their civil wedding, Charlene and Albert exchanged vows in a religious ceremony in front of 3,500 guests, including Karl Lagerfeld, Naomi Campbell, Roger Moore, Giorgio Armani & Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles.
The new Princess Charlene Wittstock looked stunning in an off-white silk Duchesse Armani Prive dress covered in 40,000 Swarovrski crystals as she wed Prince Albert II in the courtyard of the Prince’s Palace on July 2. The royal couple both answered ‘oui’ to the Archbishop of Monaco, Bernard Barsi. And it absolutely recalled the glamerous 1956 wedding of Albert’s parents Rainier III, Prince of Monaco and Princess Grace!
The Monaco royals’ balcony kiss following their civil ceremony was certainly no Will & Kate — does this mean their relationship is doomed?
Prince Albert II of Monaco made Charlenne Whitstock his wife and Monaco’s new princess when the two married in a civil ceremony at the prince’s palace July 1 — but is there already trouble in paradise? Based on their awkward balcony kiss, body language expert Vincent Harris sure thinks so!
Meet the new Princess of Monaco! Princess Charlene married Prince Albert today in Monaco ahead of their big ceremony tomorrow!
Congratulations to Prince Albert II of Monaco and Charlene Whittstock! The two got married in a civil ceremony in Monaco today and celebrated by waving to the crowd on the balcony of their palace and then sharing a kiss.
Kate and Jamie Hince and Albert and Charlene Wittstock will both be married this weekend in two of the biggest ceremonies of the year, but who will have the grander affair?
All of European, and some of American, society will be heading to some very lavish weddings this weekend in Europe — the question is which will they attend? Kate Moss will be marrying her rocker boyfriend Jamie Hince in a three day affair in the English countryside dubbed Mosstock, while Prince Albert will marry South African Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock in Monte Carlo at a weekend long ceremony that is rumored to put the royal wedding to shame. Decisions, decisions…