Royal Monaco Wedding Round-up

2011-07-04 05:53
This weekend saw SA swimming champ Charlene Wittstock marry her prince, Albert II of Monaco, in two lavish ceremonies. Take a look back at the most memorable stories and photos from the weekend.

The civil ceremony
On July 1 Charlene officially became Princess Charlene in a civil ceremony held in the Throne Room at the palace in Monaco. She wore a light blue pants suit which she designed together with Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld.

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The civil ceremony in pictures

The religious ceremony

On July 2 dignitaries and celebrities flocked to Monaco's palace to attend the lavish outdoor ceremony where Prince Albert and Princess Charlene exchanged vows and rings in a catholic service. Charlene wore a white Duchess satin column gown with two trains, designed by Giorgio Armani.

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Charlene arrives for religious ceremony
Charlene, Albert say 'I do'
Charlene's royal Armani gown
Song reduces Princess Charlene to tears
Wittstock's dad: It's like winning the World Cup
No heirloom for Princess Charlene

The wedding ceremony in pictures
The wedding guests in pictures

Did you watch the wedding on TV? Let us know what you thought of it.

Relive the magic of the royal wedding between our very own Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II of Monaco.
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