Prince Albert II married 33-year-old, Olympic swimmer, Charlene Wittstock on Saturday. The native South African became Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene in the main courtyard of the Royal Palace of Monaco. The 53-year-old "reformed playboy" Prince Albert is the son of the late Princess Grace (Kelly) and Prince Rainier III. The Gramaldi family have ruled Monaco for nine centuries, according to Wikipedia.
There were unconformed reports that the princess intended to run away to South Africa before the ceremony. The Grimaldi family claims these were "ugly rumors" designed to undermine the monarchy.
Princess Charlene's gorgeous, white, gown was designed by Giorgio Armani Prive.
The royal couple was well represented with a lovely wedding party.
The bride's father walked her down the very long aisle:
There were dozens of other royals there, a few heads of state and a few celebs in attendence; including the grooms' sister Caroline, fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld and supermodel Naomi Campbell.
Check out the gigantic wedding cake, the kiss and the little bridesmaids taking a break.
The couple got married with both wearing white and left the festivities both in gray.