Prince Félix of Luxembourg said "I do" to Claire Lademacher in a gorgeous fairy-tale wedding in Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume, France, on Saturday. The religious ceremony took place at the Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine four days after the couple's civil ceremony in Claire's home country of Germany. She wore a white peplum dress for the smaller affair earlier in the week, and for Saturday's more lavish nuptials, the bride wore a silk Elie Saab gown with an elegant 10-foot train and Chantilly lace embroidery. The groom, Prince Félix, is the second son of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg. Now known as Princess Claire of Luxembourg, the bride is a 28-year-old doctorate student and the daughter of German telecommunications mogul Hartmut Lademacher. She met Prince Félix while studying in Switzerland, and he proposed in December 2012. Take a look at their gorgeous French wedding plus all the famous royals in attendance.
Royals Gather For a Fairy-Tale Wedding in France
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