Prince Felix Of Luxembourg celebrated his marriage by exchanging vows with his bride in a lavish ceremony on Saturday (21Sep12), just days after they officially wed in a simple civil procedure.
The European royal married Claire Lademacher last Tuesday (17Sep13) in a small ceremony in her native Germany, before jetting to France to mark their big day with a huge wedding in the town of Saint-Maxim-La-Sainte-Baum on Saturday.
The second set of nuptials took place in a historic church in front of around 350 guests. The bride wore an extravagant dress with a 10-foot (three-metre) train.
Prince Felix, 29, who is second in line to the throne, met Lademacher while they were both studying in Switzerland. They announced their engagement in December (12).
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