Princess Grace's granddaughter got married yesterday, and the dress was just breathtaking 2 years ago

Princess Grace's granddaughter got married yesterday, and the dress was just breathtaking

Stunning.

Yesterday, Princess Grace's granddaughter got married.

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Charlotte Casiraghi married film producer Dimitri Rassam in a luxurious ceremony in Monaco.

Charlotte is the daughter of Caroline, Princess of Hanover, who is the eldest child of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and the American actress Grace Kelly.

So yeah, there's a serious level of royal heritage there.

The beautiful couple said 'I do' at Monaco's Prince's Palace (obviously), before guests carried on the celebrations at a glitzy evening reception at luxury hotel Villa la Vigie.

 

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And while that all sounds positively divine, really, the dress stole the show.

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I guess, when you're a descendant of a style icon like Grace Kelly, your wedding dress should stand out.

Charlotte wore an Yves Saint Laurent brocade dress designed by Anthony Vaccarello, and looked nothing short of regal.

In fact, we think that she may have been inspired by the suit her grandmother wore when she married Prince Ranier III in 1956.

 

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The bride paired the stunning YSL number with her grandmother, Princess Grace's iconic Cartier diamond necklace.

After the civil ceremony, Charlotte changed into a strapless satin Chanel dress with a V cutout in the centre, a cinched waist, and a slit up the middle.

Stunning in every way. Her hair was slicked back and rolled into bob with an Old Hollywood feel.

All in all, this might be our favourite royal wedding look in a long time.

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And that is saying something...