LAST UPDATED: 23 September 2013 at 10:10am
Prince Felix of Luxembourg and Claire Lademacher exchanged vows at a religious ceremony in the South of France at the weekend.
The couple chose the Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume's magnificent 13th century Sainte Marie-Madeleine basilica to host their lavish ceremony.
Much like her sister-in-law Princess Stephanie, the bride-to-be chose a couture Elie Saab gown for the occasion.
The long sleeved lace gown, delicately embroidered with the finest of details also featured a romantic illusion neckline and a cathedral-length train. Finishing off her bridal look was a full-length veil and sparkling tiara, both featuring the floral motifs of her gown.
Her make-up was kept classic and minimal, whilst her brunet locks were elegantly swept into a classic low chignon.
A pair of dazzling diamond earrings, believed to be the same as those worn by Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg and the Grand Duchess Maria Teresa on their wedding days, complemented her classic look.
The bride's father, German telecommunications mogul Hartmut Lademacher, gave her away in front of a crowd of royal guests including Monaco's Pierre Casiraghi and Belgium's Prince Laurent.
LAST UPDATED: 17 September 2013 at 1:10pm
Prince Felix of Luxembourg and his German fiancée Claire Lademacher are officially man and wife.
The couple signed on the dotted line at their civil ceremony in Königstein, near the bride's home city Frankfurt, Germany, ahead of the religious ceremony due to take place on Saturday.
For her special day, the bride wore a silk ivory dress with a flirty peplum and knee-length hemline. Aquamarine earrings finished off her look, alongside a round bouquet of tightly packed white roses.
Guests included Prince Felix's parents, Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa as well as his elder brother, the heir to the Grand Ducal throne, Prince Guillaume and his wife Princess Stephanie.
Serving as witnesses at the civil ceremony were the bride's brother and the groom's sister, Princess Alexandra.
The intimate celebration preludes Saturday's service which will see 350 guests flock to Sainte Marie-Madeleine de Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume basilica in the South of France.
As has become tradition with Luxembourg's royal family, the newlyweds will go straight off onto their honeymoon which has been personally planned by the groom and been kept a surprise for the bride.
We'll be looking forward to seeing Saturday's wedding celebrations and, of course, the bride's wedding dress.
Princess Stephanie wow-ed the world with her couture Elie Saab gown last year, so the blushing bride will have quite a bit to contend with…