Royal Post: Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg Marries Countess Stéphanie de Lannoy of Belgium!

One of the biggest days in Luxembourg's not hugely-illustrious history has finally arrived. Earlier today the wedding of Prince Guillaume, the heir to the throne - the grand duke-to-be - and Belgian Countess Stephanie de Lannoy took place at the Cathedral of our Lady of Luxembourg.A huge guest list of foreign royal families and dignitaries filled the church to watch the ceremony in the tiny (but very wealthy) country.

Accompanied by her father (actually, Daily Fail, it was her brother who walked her down the aisle, her father could not), Count Phillipe de Lannoy, the 28-year-old bride, wore an Elie Saab dress, with a four-metre (13 feet) train as walked down the aisle.

The dress featured three-quarter length sleeves and a silk tulle veil, and was also adorned with a silver floral motif.

The ceremony, which was conducted in a mixture of French and English, and featured a minute's silence for Stephanie's late mother Countess Alix de Lannoy, who died in August this year. 

The guest list for the religious ceremony included kings, queens, princes and princesses from European countries including, among others, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Lichtenstein, Denmark, the Netherlands, Romania and Britain, which sent Prince Edward, Queen Elizabeth's youngest child, and his wife, Sophie.

                
Guests
                                     
Civil Ceremony 
        
Gala Dinner
                
Some of the guests
                  


Official Portrait
  


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