Sunday, August 2, 2015

Beatrice Borromeo Marries Pierre Casiraghi


The nuptials of Beatrice Borromeo, whose family counts among Italy’s most ancient and aristocratic, and Pierre Casiraghi, the youngest son of Princess Caroline of Monaco and grandson of Grace Kelly.


 Last Saturday, July 25th, with a sumptuous civil ceremony and celebrations for more than 700 guests at the Grimaldi Palace and the opulent Hotel de Paris, in Monte Carlo, presided over by the groom’s uncle, Prince Albert, the head of the small principality, and mother, Princess Caroline.


Few are the times the word ”lavish” have been used as frequently and as aptly as to describe the pageantry of the two weddings within a week of one of the top glamor couples of the European noble set: The nuptials of Beatrice Borromeo, whose family counts among Italy’s most ancient and aristocratic, and Pierre Casiraghi, the youngest son of Princess Caroline of Monaco and grandson of Grace Kelly.
Celebrity Sightings During Pierre Casiraghi And Beatrice Borromeo Wedding

Other equally lush descriptions have been splashed around the event, which began last Saturday, July 25th, with a sumptuous civil ceremony and celebrations for more than 700 guests at the Grimaldi Palace and the opulent Hotel de Paris, in Monte Carlo, presided over by the groom’s uncle, Prince Albert, the head of the small principality, and mother, Princess Caroline.
 By Cecilia Rodriguez Contributor I'm a Luxembourg-based writer covering European affairs. FULL BIO > +FOLLOW Comment Now Few are the times the word ”lavish” have been used as frequently and as aptly as to describe the pageantry of the two weddings within a week of one of the top glamor couples of the European noble set: The nuptials of Beatrice Borromeo, whose family counts among Italy’s most ancient and aristocratic, and Pierre Casiraghi, the youngest son of Princess Caroline of Monaco and grandson of Grace Kelly.  Celebrity Sightings During Pierre Casiraghi And Beatrice Borromeo Wedding Getty Images  Other equally lush descriptions have been splashed around the event, which began last Saturday, July 25th, with a sumptuous civil ceremony and celebrations for more than 700 guests at the Grimaldi Palace and the opulent Hotel de Paris, in Monte Carlo, presided over by the groom’s uncle, Prince Albert, the head of the small principality, and mother, Princess Caroline.  > on August 1, 2015 in UNSPECIFIED, Italy. Getty Images  That warm-up was followed today by an even “bigger and grander” religious celebration and festivities that were spread among the northern Italian town of Stresa, on the shores of sun-kissed Lake Maggiore, and two of the various islands belonging to the Borromeo family.






When Italian heiress Beatrice Borromeo married Monaco’s Pierre Casiraghi (currently seventh in line for the throne) during a civil ceremony last weekend, she wore two different Valentino creations. On Saturday, when the couple held their religious ceremony on her family’s private island in Italy, she decided to go with another famed Italian fashion house — Armani.
The model-turned-journalist did another double-dress moment, donning a quarter-sleeved custom ivory Giorgio Armani Privé gown for their garden ceremony and then changing into a flowing silk tulle number for their white tie reception.





Prince Rainier and Princess Grace



                                                                 Beatrice  and Pierre  after ceremony