Monaco is celebrating the marriage of Prince Albert II to Charlene Wittstock. Also in Europe today, City.Mobi is celebrating the success of its new guide to Monaco.
The eyes of the world are turning to the Principality of Monaco as Prince Albert II marries South African swimmer Charlene Wittstock. The £55 million celebrations surrounding the wedding – which included a concert by The Eagles on Thursday night – are hoped will rival the 1956 wedding of Albert’s mother, Hollywood star Grace Kelly, and his father, Prince Rainier.
Prince William and Kate were greeted by screams fans as they touched down in Canada for their first official overseas tour as newlyweds. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are continuing their visit in the capital Ottawa today, and will participate in Canada Day, 1 July, which is also the 50th anniversary of birth of the late Princess Diana.
Prince William has taken part in his first Trooping of the Colour parade to mark the Queen’s official 85th birthday celebrations. He rode on horseback for the ceremony at Horse Guards in London as his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge rode in a horse-drawn carriage with Prince Harry and the Duchess of Cornwall.
The dress worn by the Duchess of Cambridge on her wedding day will go on show at Buckingham Place later this year officials have confirmed. Also in Europe today, City.Mobi is celebrating the success of its new guide to London.
Although Clarence House is keeping its cards close to its chest over the destination of the newly wed royal couple, rumours are growing Prince William and his bride are in the Seychelles. No confirmation is likely to be forthcoming – with the royal family keen to keep the destination secret – but officials on the ground have offered a number of clues.
Clarence House has confirmed Prince William and his new wife Catherine have begun their honeymoon, but is remaining tight lipped on the destination. The Duke of Cambridge had returned to his job as an RAF rescue helicopter pilot following a long weekend break after the April 29th wedding.
Royal newlyweds the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to honeymoon on a Robinson Crusoe island in the Indian Ocean. They will staying in a £4,000-a-night villa surrounded by coconut groves and described as “the most incredible place you can visit”.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are spending their first weekend as a married couple at a secret location in the UK. Royal residences Balmoral, Windsor or Sandringham have emerged as possible getaways, followed by the Scilly Isles and the Isle of Mull.