Princess Grace Kelly's grandson Andrea Casiraghi got married during a royal wedding over the weekend.
Casiraghi is the eldest son of Princess Caroline and the late Stefano Casiraghi who died in a speedboat accident in 1990. His grandmother Grace was a Hollywood starlet-turned-royal when she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956.
The 29-year-old groom married fiancée Tatiana Santo Domingo during a private ceremony in Monaco on Saturday, Aug 31.
While photos from the wedding are scarce, the 30-year-old bride wore a Missoni dress, according to Hello! Magazine.
Instead of a crown, Domingo wore a simple garland of flowers in her hair as well as a flat pair of silver sandals during the nuptials.
Furthermore, the groom's mother, Princess Caroline, wore a red dress that was reportedly designed by Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld, who also attended Saturday's wedding.
Other wedding guests included the groom's sister Charlotte Casiraghi who donned an "all-white ensemble, which highlighted her growing baby bump," reported Hello!
Casiraghi is thought to have introduced the newlyweds. Her fiancé, French actor Gad Elmaleh, joined the expectant royal.
Also among the 400 guests was Greek shipping heiress Eugenie Niarchos, the Missoni family, and the bride's prominent New York-based siblings.
The wedding arrived just six months after Casiraghi and Domingo welcomed their first child- Sacha. First-time grandmother Princess Caroline had announced the royal baby boy's birth on March 21.
"Her Serene Highness Princess Caroline has the pleasure of announcing the birth of her grandson, born on 21 March 2013," the statement read. "Both mother and baby are doing well."
The child is the third in line to the throne.
Meanwhile, Domingo, a Columbian brewing heiress, is the granddaughter of the late mega-mogul Julio Santo Domingo, and is set to inherit an estimated $6 billion fortune which she will share with her brother Julio Mario Santo Domingo III.