No runaway bride. And no tiara.
Armani Prive wedding frock that featured a 15-foot train with elegant embroidery and Swarovski crystals. Her look was topped off with a "Diamond Spray" tiara (if you can officially call it that) created by Lorenz Baumer with 11 encrusted pear-shaped diamond, according to Usmagazine.com.
wedding bands from Cartier in front of the usual royal suspects along with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, James Bond star Roger Moore, former supermodel Naomi Campbell, and veteran fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.
(Click here for my report on her engagement ring bling if you're curious.)
Now that all that formal info is out of the way - can we talk about the 'no tiara' decision for a sec?
And while the palace PR machine denies any 'runaway bride' scenario, I have yet to find a picture where these two look like there's one lick of chemistry left (unlike my fav royal couple - that Swedish sensation, Crown Princess Victoria and her commoner fitness-guru-turned-prince, Daniel Westling).
|Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden|
Here are my favorite shots from the night (you can always count on the carat-heavy coffers of Sweden to light things up). BA-ling!
Can't get enough royal watching? Stay tuned for my "Princess Catherine (aka Kate Middleton) and Wills Take North America" fashion roundup. Cheerio!
|Queen Silvia of Sweden|
|Princess Madeleine of Sweden|
|Charlotte Casiraghi (daughter of Princess Caroline - granddaughter of Princess Grace of Monaco)|