So marry the princes and princesses, modern in 10 countries of the world

Just Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle announced his engagement to the 27 of November of 2017, talks began about their upcoming wedding, which will be in the next spring. And this is understandable: the royal weddings, until our days, still a ceremony to be beautiful and luxurious that attracts the watchful gaze of half the world.

But the Uk is not the only country with a model of monarchy, and it is for this reason that has decided to compare how are the celebrations of the royalty in other countries.

1. Uk: the wedding of prince William and Catherine Middleton

The wedding of William and Kate caused a great expectation in all of the world: the ceremony is broadcast live by the real channel of YouTube and were witnesses of her 72 million people. Attended by nearly 1,900 guests and the headband Kate was loaned to you by the Queen herself.

2. Morocco: wedding of prince Moulay Rachid and Oum Keltoum Bufares

The wedding of Prince Moulay Rachid and Oum Keltoum Bufares was performed according to the traditions of moroccan, lasting 2 days. In the picture you can see the newly married couple surrounded by their family members in the ritual of the drawing of henna: it is believed that this ritual brings happiness and prosperity to the newlyweds.

3. Germany: the wedding of prince Ernest Augustus of Hanover, and Ekaterina Malisheva

The wedding of a descendant of the british monarchs and the fashion designer of Russian origin took place in the main lutheran church in Hanover. The ceremony concluded as if it were a fairy tale: the couple climbed into a carriage and drove to the castle for the official reception. Unfortunately, the father of the prince was not present at the ceremony because he was dissatisfied with the union.

4. Luxembourg: the wedding of prince guillaume of Luxembourg and Stephanie de Lannoy

Despite the fact that the bride and groom belong to the aristocracy, the couple wanted to get away from the tradition of getting married in the town hall, despite the fact that the royal ceremonies above were performed in the palace of the grand dukes of Luxembourg. But the couple did not give up the wedding, which took place the following day.

5. Brunei: the wedding of princess Pengiran Haji Muhammad Ruzaini and Hajah Hafizah Sururul Bolkiah

Princess Hajah Hafizah is the daughter of the sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, one of the richest men on the planet. Therefore, it is not strange that the wedding had untold luxuries: the ceremony was held in the throne room of the palace, which has 1,700 rooms, so that lasted more than a day.

6. Belgium: the wedding of prince Amadeo of Austria-Este and Elisabetta Rosboch von Wolkenstein

The wedding of the nephew of the King of Belgium and the aristocratic Italian took place in the city of the bride, Rome. The couple received the blessing of the Pope and in the wedding ceremony gathered many other royal families.

7. Bhutan: the wedding of king Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Jetsun Pema

The ceremony of the wedding of the king of Bhutan and his fiancee are carried out according to the buddhist tradition in the fortress-monastery of Punakha Dzong, known as the “Palace of great happiness”. The wedding was held literally all over the country and the feast lasted for 3 days in honor of the newlyweds in all the cities.

8. Sweden: wedding of princess Victoria and Daniel Westling

The wedding of princess Victoria to her personal trainer of fitness was so lush that they called “the royal wedding biggest since the days of prince Charles and Diana Spencer”. Many swedes showed their dissatisfaction for the significant expenditure, although in one thing that saved: the bride wore a veil with which the princesses of sweden are marrying from 150 years ago.

9. Jordan: the wedding of prince Ali bin al Hussein and Rym Brahimi

The wedding ceremony took place in the house of the half-brother of the groom, the king of Jordan, Abdullah II. The promised prince is a experiodista of the CNN and the daughter of a representative of the UN.

10. Austria: the wedding of archduke Christoph and Adelaide Drapé-Frisch

The wedding of the archduke and the daughter of a diplomat was held in the country of origin of the bride, France. The civil ceremony to unite the couple was quite modest, with only 40 guests, but the wedding, as is customary, already resembled more to a royal wedding.

It seems that the couples of royalty remain faithful to their traditions of marriage as any other. Would you like to be invited to one of these celebrations?

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