Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Fashionably Chic Monaco Royalty

Another Chic royal wedding is approaching , Prince Alberto II of Monaco has invited 4,000 people to his wedding with Charlene Wittstock on July 2, more than double the number that went to Prince William and Katherine Middleton's. The list of invitees will be made public in the middle of June, but the numbers have already been released by the principality's tourism office. Charlene Wittstock has already displayed an ultra chic fashion style. As luck as it, she was an Olympic swimmer and stands tall with a lean body, perfect for modeling high fashion as the next Princess of Monaco.











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The formal gear will certainly be brushed and readied for the royal wedding, however. The religious ceremony will take place in the Courtyard of Honour at the Prince's Palace in front of 4000 official guests. The reception, or official dinner, will be staged in the Oceanographic Museum, which used to be run by Jacques Cousteau. The newlyweds plan to make a tour of the principality with multiple television screens erected to allow Monaco's residents and visitors to see the procession.
Monaco's royal heritage continues to underpin its appeal as a destination. There are ubiquitous reminders of Albert's mother, Princess Grace, who died in 1982 at just 52 when her car plunged off a mountainside after she suffered a stroke. There are black-and-white photographs on outdoor plaques dotted across the principality, detailing key moments in her life, as part of a self-guided walking tour.