A new princess -- the Princess of Monaco -- has taken a royal title in style.
And in blue.
Charlene Wittstock, a former Olympic swimmer from South Africa, wed Prince Albert II in a civil ceremony Friday morning. The bride succeeded Princess Grace not in white, but in a turquoise gown and jacket by Chanel.
Why so demure? Likely because on Saturday, the bride will get decked out for a religious ceremony and gala dinner with a star-studded guest list that includes designers Roberto Cavalli and Giorgio Armani, as well as supermodel Naomi Campbell.
Princess Charlene's new sister-in-law, Princess Caroline (pictured below, along with her sister, Princess Stephanie), chose the same hue, but hey -- when the bride wears blue, that's a chance she's taking.
Check out a slideshow of the wedding festivities!
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