Feel like you've missed big news this weekend, like a royal wedding? Well rest easy, you didn't miss it; we just didn't hear very much about it.
Without a crown in sight, Prince Andrea Casiraghi of Monaco and Tatiana Santo Domingo tied the knot at midday on Saturday.
True to their relaxed style, the young parents (the couple welcomed their first son, Sasha, earlier this year) kept their big day firmly out of the royal spotlight.
The laidback wedding was hosted on the grounds of the Prince's Palace and was attended by around 400 guests, including Tatiana's influential New York-based siblings, the Greek shipping heiress Eugenie Niarchos, the Missonis and, of course, Monaco's royal family.
An al fresco lunch followed the ceremony, fuelled by six barrels of beer straight from the Brasserie de Monaco.
In her classic bohemian style, the bride wore a simple Missoni gown with three-quarter length sleeves and a demure V-neck, raffia- and silk thread-emroidered bodice and a full-length circle skirt with a macramé effect supported by two layers of silk organza. Finishing off her hippy chick look she wore a floral wreath on her head, similar to the one she wore for her hen-do last week.
The groom wore a dark suit, white shirt and blue tie with his blond locks swept to one side.
Bridesmaids are said to have worn lace Dolce & Gabbana dresses.
No official communiqué has been issued about the royal affair, but the wedding date was confirmed and it was said that protocol would be kept to a minimum.