Prince Guillaume and Stephanie de Lannoy officially tied the knot in a civil ceremony yesterday followed by a a glitzy reception at the Grand Ducal Palace. The 30-year-old heir to the throne and his 28-year-old Belgian bride continued the celebration with a religious ceremony at the Cathedral Of Our Lady Of Luxembourg today, complete with an Elie Saab embroidered wedding gown (with a 13-foot train!), epic hats and some pretty dapper notables in uniform.
Countess Stephanie de Lannoy comes from Belgian nobility and has studied languages at the Catholic University in Louvain. Her education will definitely come in handy post-wedding as she already speaks French and Germain, two of Luxembourg’s primary languages (she’s still learning the third language Luxembourgish). In order to become a full-fledged Luxembourg royal, she’ll be renouncing her Belgian citizenship. Both the new bride and her husband have been a popular pairing, and she’s even gushed about how lucky she is to have found her “very own Prince Charming.” Awwww.