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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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Catherine Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge was seen leaving Clarence House to travel to Buckingham Palace for the evening celebrations following her wedding to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge in London today.

She was glowing as any bride would be on her big day wearing another Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown.

The white sweetheart neckline satin gown with an embellished waistband was paired with a white mohair cropped cardigan.

Fun fact of the day, Catherine did her own make-up for her wedding.

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Hundreds of guests attended the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton today.

Here are some of the one’s we were keen to see.

Charlene Wittstock opted for a pale blue Akris look with a wide brimmed hat. The look is classic and chic, yet I must admit I was a bit disappointed by it. I was expecting more from her.

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden didn’t disappoint. She wore a long-sleeved V neck Elie Saab Spring 2011 dress.

She also opted for a wide brim hat and matching suede Elie Saab platform shoes.

You know how I feel about electric blue, so I loved Tara Palmer-Tomkinson’s look.

I think she looked very elegant in her form fitting Deborah Milner dress which was accessorised with matching gloves, Nicholas Kirkwood pearl accented heels and a Philip Treacy fascinator.

Samantha Cameron opted for a simple no fuss teal Burberry dress with an Erdem necklace and Aldo ‘Samella’ heels.

Princess Ameerah Al Tawil, wife of Saudi Prince Al Walid bin Talal wore a custom made Zuhair Muard Couture dress especially made for the occasion. The light rosewood satin with silk lace overcoat was decorated with hand embroidered organza flowers.

Her dress and overcoat were accessorized with matching shoes, a clutch, gloves and a hat all by Zuhair Murad. She was one of my favourites at this event.

Karen Gordon, fiancé to Earl Spencer wore a pink custom Bibhu Mohapatra dress and jacket. I loved the hat, even though it covered her face.

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The Princesses of York looked chic, modern and elegant at the Royal wedding of Catherine Middleton and Prince William at Westminster Abbey in London today.

Princess Eugenie wore a colourful blue Vivienne Westwood dress with bow accents, whilst sister Beatrice didn’t opt for a British designer.

Beatrice’s surprising but stylish choice was Valentino.

Her Valentino Spring 2011 Couture coat and dress was accessorised with gloves and shoes from the same collection.

I love both their choices. The young Royal sisters rarely disappoint.

Both wore Philip Treacy fascinators.

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