ROYAL VOWS: Tatiana Santo Domingo wore a Missoni gown for her weekend wedding to Andrea Casiraghi. The private ceremony was held in Monaco on Saturday.
The V-neck gown with three-quarter-length sleeves had a bodice embroidered in raffia and silk. It was mounted on a full-length circle skirt with a macramé effect supported by two layers of silk organza matching her son Sasha’s bloomers, according to the Missoni fashion house.
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The groom’s mother, Princess Caroline of Hanover, was in a red dress while his sister Charlotte — who is expecting a baby with her beau Gad Elmaleh — had her baby bump showing under a blue dress.
Festivities also included a lunch in the palace and a dinner at Monte Carlo’s Sporting Club. Guests are said to have include family friends such as Karl Lagerfeld and young European aristocrats such as jewelry designers Eugenie Niarchos.
Casiraghi, 29, the son of Caroline of Hanover and the late Italian entrepreneur Stefano Casiraghi, is second in line to succeed the Monegasque throne.
Santo Domingo, 29, has high fashion credentials. A front-row regular, she is the niece of Lauren Santo Domingo, a contributing editor to American Vogue, and currently runs an online fashion boutique called Muzungu Sisters.