The Ruling monarchy Monaco, Prince Albert II, 53, married his fiancee, Charlene Wittstock, 33, in a civil ceremony performed in the Throne Room of the Princely Palace, Friday (1 / 7). And the religious wedding ceremony held on Saturday (2 / 7), the Associated Press reported.
Two days before the wedding, rumors that Wittstock disappointed in Prince Albert II, is associated with the story of the prince's past. The newspaper 'Le Parisien' had reported that Wittstock attempted to flee back to his country, but he was intercepted French police at Nice Airport, when going on a plane to South Africa.
The news was denied by Prince Albert II who has two children out of wedlock, Namely Jasmin, 19, daughter of Albert with the United States real estate agent, Tamara Rotolo, and Alexandre, 6, son of a Togolese former Air France flight attendant, Nicole Coste.
Albert attended the wedding several heads of state and royal princes and princesses. The audience who witnessed the marriage Albert-Wittstock, Saturday (2 / 7), among others, former James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and bohemian designer Roberto Cavalli, of Italy. Thousands of Monegasque citizens cheered the proceedings while watching on large screens set up outside the palace, where both ceremonies were held.
Wittstock and Prince Albert II to marry outside the Place du Palais Monaco. The bride wore a Giorgio Armani designs, this gown cut from 130 metres of silk and studded with 40,000 crystals. The audience enjoying the meal prepared by culinary legend Alain Ducasse and Perrier-Jouet Champagne tasting.
After dinner, the Eagles appear against the background fireworks show. Guests many yachts moored in the Port of Monaco who has access to the Cote d'Azur Airport in Nice.