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Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II of Monaco attended the ‘History Of The Princely Wedding (L’Histoire du Mariage Princier) exhibition at the Musée Océanographique in Monaco yesterday.

The newlyweds had just returned from their honeymoon in Mozambique, Africa late yesterday evening so it was a nice surprise for the visitors at the Musée to see the couple mingling with others.

Charlene opted for a very summery Roberto Cavalli floral maxi dress which she paired with gold thong sandals.

The Princess was glowing even without make-up.

The exhibition runs until November 22, 2011.

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Wedding fever well and truly reached new heights when these 4 celebrity brides took to a church red carpet to walk their very own special runway.

Back in April Catherine Middleton had over a billion eyes watching her walk down Westminster Abbey to marry a true life Prince Charming wearing Alexander McQueen.

Abbey Clancy kicked off a trio of weddings ceremonies this weekend.

The WAG/model/TV Presenter wore a very sophisticated (by WAG standards) Giles Deacon strapless gown to wed her lanky footballer beau Peter Crouch.

Kate Moss followed suit donning a John Galliano gown evoking a shabby chic bohemian look which was true to her laid-back style.

Princess Charlene of Monaco had several events surrounding her wedding to Prince Albert, but we were most interested to see her Armani Privé wedding gown.

So who was your favourite celebrity/Princess bride?

English Rose Bride? WAG Bride? Bohemian Bride or Monaco Bride?

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For the Gala Dinner on the Opéra terraces following her wedding last night in Monaco, Princess Charlene wore an elegant sleeveless Armani Privé white gown with tiered ruffles.

Her lightly embellished gown was her third look of the weekend, well 4 if you count the removal of her jacket and addition of the Tabbah choker for the Jean Michel Jarre concert.

The glamorous party included royals from around the world and supermodels like Naomi Campbell (look to follow).

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Following a civil ceremony on Friday, Princess Charlene of Monaco looked even more beautiful at the religious ceremony wearing a breath-taking Armani Privé wedding gown.

The off-white silk duchesse off-the-shoulder gown with a long train has a crossover detail on the front and back to form a second train.

Floral embroidery cascades down the front of the gown which is accented with Swarovski crystals and mother of pearl teardrops in white and gold hues.

A long off-white silk tulle veil was delicately placed on top of her chic chignon which had quite a magnificent diamond encrusted floral accent.

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On Friday Charlene Wittstock became Princess Charlene of Monaco when she wed Prince Albert II of Monaco in a Civil Wedding Service.

She opted for a none too formal look donning a custom Karl Lagerfeld powder-blue corseted chiffon strapless jumpsuit with pleated palazzo pants.

A matching powder blue jacket with one button undone was decorated with Chantilly lace trims on the sleeves.

The Princess opted for both subtle jewels and make-up on her first day as Princess of Monaco.

Later that evening Princess Charlene of Monaco and Prince Albert II of Monaco appeared onstage during the Jean Michel Jarre concert celebrating the Royal Wedding at the Throne Room of the Prince’s Palace of Monaco.

The Princess didn’t wear her jacket on this occasion; instead she added a stunning gold Tabbah choker with pearl accents.

It’s amazing how the removal of one piece and the addition of another can totally transform a look.

Click on the pictures to see more images from these events.

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There are very few things that are certain in life. Victoria Beckham is unlikely to smile, Renée Zellweger will always wear Carolina Herrera and the other was Charlene Wittstock would wear Armani, but that appears to have changed.

Charlene Wittstock, fiancée of Albert Prince of Monaco, wore Akris custom ensemble for events surrounding Monaco’s Grand Prix this weekend.

The Princess-in-waiting first Akris look included a black stone appliqué corseted bustier with black silk chiffon pants and the Akris ‘Alice bag’ which she wore to the Amber lounge.

For the Grand Prix qualifying race the following day, she wore a sand Akris bustier with a matching skirt and tan sandals. This was a very refreshing relaxed look for Charlene.

That evening at the JetSet Party on-board a yacht, Charlene opted for an Akris one-shouldered silk jersey dress sans shoes. She accessorized with a pearl necklace and a matching clutch.

A printed voile day dress and Jimmy Choo sandals was the perfect day look for Charlene as she attended Grand Prix on Sunday.

The finale Akris look was a stunning olive paillette gown which she paired with an Akris ‘Ai’ bag.

Charlene sure does know what looks to wear for each occasion.

Each look was presented with the type of effortless elegance we expect from a Princess.

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