Last month, Princess Charlotte of Monaco’s wedding looked as epic as you’d hope for a royal wedding. She wore two outfits, the second of which was a Chanel dress and the perfect nod to her late grandmother, Grace Kelly.
And it looks like the royal might be getting addicted to bridal wear, as she just went and got hitched again this weekend.
Like Sophie Turner and Zoe Kravitz, Charlotte had a lavish ceremony in France, saying ‘I do’ (again) to film producer Dimitri Rassam in Saint-Remy de Provence.
For the occasion, the bride wore a custom made Giambattista Valli dress which was heavily 70s-inspired. It featured a sheer high neck embroidered with flowers, balloon sleeves and ruffles.
It was very different to the Princess’ first two wedding outfits. One was a short dress adorned with bows, by Saint Laurent, and the second a sleek ballgown by Chanel.
This final dress was actually very reminiscent of the one her mother Princess Caroline wore to wed her first husband Philipe Junot in 1978.
She later divorced him and married Charlotte’s father, Stefano Casiraghi in 1983, though he sadly died seven years later in a speed boating accident.