Prince Albert II of Monaco and his South African bride Princess Charlene married in a religious ceremony atthe Royal Wedding, at Prince’s Palace on 2nd of July 2011 in front of eight hundred celebrity guests and the royal family in Monaco. The wedding ceremony followed Friday’s civil wedding in the prince’s palace of Monaco. The celebrations included popular concerts by South African singer Pumela Matshikiza and arrangement of fire work displays, with the attendance of global celebrities and heads of state. Among the popular guests Roger Moore and the former French First Lady, Bernadette Chirac, were present.
Stunning Armani cut gown of silk studded with crystal, was what the bride was wearing for the wedding. The couple exchanged rings of 18carat white gold and platinum by the house of Cartier. Princess Charlene of Monaco comes from modest middle-class home and can enjoy breath taking Port de Fontvieille’s view, and at her disposal would be the service of butlers, chefs personal assistants and body guard in the 700 year old fortress, featuring galleries and art work. The palace also features modern technological amenities.
The Bulawayo-born beauty has been brought up in a three-bed roomed house, she used to walk wherever she wanted to go and swim in the school pool and many other activities associated with her previous days, are over now. Her husband’s favorite hobby is a collection of cars. You could read our previous articles about Wittstock and Albert’s engagement who met in 2000 when Wittstock was travelling to Monaco for a swimming competition.