A fairytale royal wedding! Archduchess Gabriella of Austria, 26, wears a stunning tiara as she ties the knot to Prince Henri of Bourbon-Parma, 28, in a romantic ceremony at a hilltop castle
- Prince Henri of Bourbon-Parma, 28, married Archduchess Gabriella of Austria,26
- Couple tied the knot at Schloss Tratzberg in Jenbach, Austria over the weekend
- Gabriella wore lace bridal gown with the glittering Grand Duchess Adelaide Tiara
- Meanwhile Prince Henri donned a pale blue tie to perfectly match the blue stone
- Couple’s daughter Victoria acted as a bridesmaid and wore traditional dress
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The young Archduchess of Austria has married Prince Henri of Bourbon-Parma in a glamorous ceremony at a fairytale castle in the country.
Gabriella Maria Pilar Yolande Joséphine-Charlotte, 26, whose full title is Archduchess of Austria, tied the knot with Prince Henri, 28, at the Tratzberg castle in Jenbach, Austria on Saturday.
The bride wore an elegant white lace bridal gown and veil for the occasion, adding a touch of glamour with the Grand Duchess Adelaide Tiara, which is a Luxembourg family heirloom.
The couple wed in front of friends and family at the fairytale castle, including their daughter Victoria Antonia Marie-Astrid Lydia, two, who was dressed in traditional clothing for the event.
Gabriella Maria Pilar Yolande Joséphine-Charlotte, 26, whose full title is Archduchess of Austria, tied the knot with Prince Henri, 28, on Saturday at the Schloss Tratzberg in Jenbach
The bride wore an elegant white lace bridal gown and veil for the occasion, adding a touch of glamour with the Grand Duchess Adelaide Tiara, which is a Luxembourg family heirloom. Pictured: The newlyweds receive military honours
The newlyweds tied the knot in a glamorous ceremony at a fairytale castle in the country surrounded by friends and family members – including their daughter Victoria
Gabriella swept her blonde locks into an elegant updo, showing off her glamorous white drop earrings.
She wore the stunning tiara for the ceremony at the castle in Austria, which was an exquisite piece from the Luxembourg family collection.
The piece features a diamond leaf and berry design and a pale aquamarine stone, which Prince Henri paired perfectly with his pale blue tie.
Flower girls in the bridal party, including the couple’s daughter Victoria, wore pretty traditional Austrian outfits in blue, pink and green, while the page boys also wore charming costumes.
The Duchess wore a stunning tiara for the ceremony, an exquisite piece from the Luxembourg family collection, which features a diamond leaf and berry design and a pale aquamarine stone
The couple married in a glamorous ceremony at a fairytale castle surrounded by friends and family, including their young daughter Victoria, who wore a traditional outfit
The couple were believed to have celebrated in front of 50 guests, including Prince Guillaume and Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg who joined the celebration with their newborn son Prince Charles.
Other family members in attendance included Gabriella’s parents, Archduke Carl Christian and Archduchess Marie-Astrid of Austria.
The event took place in the gothic castle of Tratzberg, which dates back to the 13th century and, after falling into ruin, was was rebuilt by the Fugger family of merchants in the 16th century.
Photographs from the event show that the ceremony apparently took place outside, with guests standing at a distance from one another during the vows.
Snaps were shared as the couple celebrated their ceremony Inside the venue, which had been decorated with light blue and white flowers,
Meanwhile the couple went on to celebrate inside the castle as they marked their big day.
Prince Henri and Gabriella are distantly related, and are both great-grandchildren of Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg and her husband Prince Félix (né Bourbon-Parma).
The aristocratic couple maintained a long-distance relationship since Prince Henri was studying for a master’s degree in law at the University of Copenhagen, while Gabriella still lived with her family in Switzerland.
They announced their engagement after Prince Henry popped the question in October 22, 2017 days before she gave birth to their daughter, Victoria.
The young Archduchess of Austria wore a stunning white gown for the occasion with a sweeping lace veil
Gabriella, who was born in Geneva, is the youngest of five and the second daughter of Archduke Carl and Princess Marie-Astrid.
Meanwhile Prince Henri was born in Denmark and is the youngest child and second son of Prince Erik of Bourbon-Parma and Countess Lydia Holstein-Ledreborg, who divorced in 1999.
His grandfather is the French businessman and former racing driver, Michel de Bourbon-Parma, who died aged 92 last year.