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Tatiana Santo Domingo Says “I Do.” to Andrea Casiraghi


Why marry in style once, when you can do it twice?

Following a first civil wedding service in Monaco in September of last year, Tatiana Santo Domingo, the socialite heiress of the Santo Domingo Group, and Andrea Casiraghi, the eldest son of Princess Caroline of Monaco and the late Stefano Casiraghi, exchanged vows in a religious ceremony at the Rougemont Church in Gstaad, Switzerland, on February 1st.

After wearing a bespoke creation by Missoni for her civil marriage ceremony in Monaco last year, Tatiana Santo Domingo opted for a ruffled Valentino Haute Couture gown and long cape.

650-ValentinoAs of yet, there are no official pictures from the royal wedding, but Valentino tweeted about the sumptuous Haute Couture design on Sunday, and shared a sketch of the bridal gown. “Custom made wedding gown in silk tulle and lace macramé for Tatiana Santo Domingo’s marriage to Andrea Casiraghi #love,” the tweet read.

According to several external sources, the 11th century church in Rougemont was candle-lit and decorated in a winter-wonderland, with many boughs and flowers. Guests included members of the Princely Family of Monaco, such as Princess Caroline, Prince Albert, Charlotte Casiraghi, Princess Alexandra, Pierre Casiraghi and his girlfriend, the socialite Beatrice Borromeo, next to jewelry designer Eugenie Niarchos, Coco and Bianca Brandolini, Lauren Santo Domingo, Margherita Missoni, Olympia Scarry, and Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis.

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