Last Saturday a royal wedding took place at the Principality of Monaco, where Prince Albert, 52, married his longtime fiance, South African Charlene Wittstock, 33. The ceremony was preceded by rumors of Miss Wittstock getting cold feet and running out of Montecarlo after knowing about an allegedly newborn baby of Albert with another woman. A runaway bride, like in Julia Roberts’ film. However, an official announcement from Monaco’s royal house denied this episode, as the wedding took place according to plans.
Pale pink, light blue, ivory, beige and almost white, those were the tones chosen by the majority of the female guests invited to the wedding of prince Albert of Monaco and Charlene Wittstock. A link with which the Principality has demonstrated that it continues being a proper territory for the glamour and elegance.
The bride chose Giorgio Armani, her long time designer, for the gown, a white milk garment with ship neckline, profusely embroidered, with long tail and veil. It suited her as a glove and made feel Charlene like what he already is: a princess. Carolina, the oldest sister of the groom and first lady for many years in the world list of elegance, chose a garment of the 20’s in pale pink signed by Chanel. Carlota Casiraghi, Carolina’ daughter, chose a pink Chanel with black complements.
Stefania, Albert’s youngest sister, chose a dress in ivory color, whereas her daughters, Paulina wore a Chanel’s blue garment and Camila, a pale pink. After the religious ceremony, prince Albert and Charlene offered a dinner and a Ball to their guests, which made their guests to wear another dress for the evening.