who made the gown? His brother's wife wore Elie Saab last year.
[quote]They're both good looking but she looks older than him.
I think it's the makeup. It's a little excessive or too harsh for the event or the lighting. I don't know know much about makeup, but it's the sort of I'd expect to see in the evening.
Her gown, veil and tiara are gorgeous.
Yes, Elie Saab:
[quote]The new princess – who spent part of her youth in Atlanta – wore an ivory silk Elie Saab gown embroidered with Chantilly lace floral motifs and a 10-foot-long train, Hello magazine reports.
She's a doctoral candidate.
What is it with all of the different ties in the photos? KMart have a sale or something?
That one petty royal with the wonky wall eyes had me wondering about his pedigree.
She should have used his makeup artist. She looks Kardashianesque.
Clearly, Propecia has yet to reach Luxembourg.
So glad that the hideously ugly hat trend has not caught on in the U.S. What a waste of money.
Pierre Casiraghi got sick with the uglies.
Carl Philip of Sweden remains the hottest royal in Europe.
Felix's older brother, Guillaume, was married last year, I remember. Guillaume and Felix resemble each other strongly.
Looking at this thread made me realize that Europe's royal families are a pretty good-looking group...except for the British royal family!
Luxembourg isn't very large or populous, yet it seems like they have an excess of royalty. Is EVERYONE in Luxembourg a royal? Just how many princes,princesses,grand dukes and grand duchesses ARE there ?
I wish we saw more wedding gowns like this in USA: I am sick to death of being subjected to back-fat of the suburban brides who insist in wearing that strapless dress that is about 10 years overdue for being banned
r31 in certain countries, such as Luxembourg, they haven't gotten around to limiting royal rank/titles to only a certain number of generations beyond the monarch as they have in the UK and Scandinavia. I think if a Prince of Luxembourg has children, they are all princes and princesses and are given HRH rank, no matter how far descended from their monarchical ancestor.
So there are a ton of Lux royals running around, same with Lichtenstein and the German Archdukes; there's no limitation on generational royal rank. In the UK for example, royal rank is limited to only the children and male-descended grandchildren of the monarch and the grandchildren of the heir.
[quote] In the UK for example, royal rank is limited to only the children and male-descended grandchildren of the monarch and the grandchildren of the heir.
Then how did Beatrice & Eugenie become HRH? Their granny is THEE QUEEN, but pater is HRH Prince Andrew The Duke Of York. He's not the heir.
He obviously hangs to the left and should make her VERY happy.
Sorry r34 I wasn't very clear: "male-descended grandchildren" meant children of the monarch's sons, such as Bea and Eug. Perhaps awkward wording there.
Yeah there are a TON of Austrian Archdukes and Archduchesses. And they keep marrying and reproducing and making more of them endlessly.
The bride's dress is beautiful. I don't care at all for the Pepto-Bismal pink thing that the Grand Duchess Maria Teresa is wearing.