Switzerland Hosts Monaco-Colombian Royal Wedding

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GSTAAD, Switzerland – The ultra exclusive and understated ski station of Gstaad is hosting the rich, beautiful and famous this weekend for the church wedding of Andrea Casiraghi, oldest son of Princess Caroline of Monaco and Tatiana Santo Domingo, heiress to the Colombian Santo Domingo fortune.

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Gstaad Suiza
The view from the Gstaad Palace where the wedding reception will take place – Screen capture

The couple picked the occasion to baptize their son, Sacha on 31 January.

The Monegasque family are regulars in Gstaad where they spend ski holidays.

Santo Domingo is also a Swiss regular. The young heiress attended the Ecolint in Geneva, and the elite Institute Le Rosey near Rolle.

The guests gathered afterwards at the members-only Eagle Ski Club in Gstaad for a fondue party.

Hello Magazine reports that the bride will wear Valentino and will go on a horse-drawn carriage, wrapped in white furs to the Palace Hotel where the reception will take place.

It is said that the couple is staying at a suite of the Alpina Hotel one of the most expensive in Gstaad.

Screen image of one of the rooms of the Alpina Hotel Suite where the Royals are staying
Screen image of one of the rooms of the Alpina Hotel Suite where the Royals are staying

The couple was in Colombia in 2008 for Tatiana’s cousin Andrés Santo Domingo’s wedding to Vogue writer and New York socialité, Lauren Davis.

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