Grace Kelly’s Grandson Married In An Extravagant Monaco Wedding
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Grace Kelly’s grandson Louis Ducruet has married his college sweetheart Marie Chevallier in a lavish wedding over two-days in Monaco on July 26.
The couple were married by Monaco’s mayor, George Marsan. The intimate ceremony was followed by a reception in the gardens of the Prince’s Palace.
Being married into Royalty means you can’t just have only one wedding dress. Marie decided to have not one, but three different outfits. Her first look was a traditional bridal gown for the Cathedral wedding ceremony made from silk and chantilly lace designed by Atelier Boisanger.
Her second and third looks took a modest and modern twist on traditional bridal attire. Marie pulled off an incredible and elegant jumpsuit in ivory designed by Rosa Clará.
And last but not least, her final look was a fun and sophisticated dress also designed by Rosa Clará described as “an amazing lave dress with a beautiful deep neckline, subtle beading appliqués and a bold short helpline under a spectacular extra-soft tulle and embroidered overskirt”. The perfect outfits fit for modern Royalty.
Louis is the son of Princess Stephanie of Monaco and Daniel Ducruet and his parents couldn’t be more proud of their son on his wedding day.
Louis reportedly met Marie in 2011 and proposed to her in 2018, sharing the exciting news on Instagram late February.