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Princess Marie Astrid of Liechtenstein marries Ralph Worthington in a religious ceremony in Italy

Princess Marie Astrid of Liechtenstein looked the picture of elegance as she walked down the aisle with her beau Ralph Worthington. 

The Liechtenstein royal, 34, who is the daughter of Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg and Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein, tied the knot in a beautiful religious ceremony in Capalbio, Italy, in front of their loved ones and family.  

Yesterday, the stunning royal put on an elegant display in a beautiful white embroidered gown and accessorised with the spectacular Kinsky Honeysuckle tiara from the Liechtenstein Princely Family.   

It comes just one month after her sister Princess Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein was a vision in white as she wed her entrepreneur boyfriend Emanuele Musini for the second time.

They first married in a small civil ceremony at the Villa della Tenuta di Fassia near Gubbio on June 26, before tying the knot for a second time during their religious ceremony in Vienna. 

Princess Marie Astrid of Liechtenstein tied the knot with her groom Ralph Worthington during a religious ceremony at the Orbetello Cathedral, in Capalbio, Italy, yesterday, pictured

The couple beamed as they were photographed leaving the cathedral in a red convertible driven by Ralph himself following the ceremony, pictured

Princess Marie Astrid of Liechtenstein and looked the picture of happiness as they were photographed beaming with their family in front of the Orbetello cathedral, before leaving in a red convertible driven by Ralph himself.

The bride's dazzling tiara, which is made of honeysuckle motifs in diamonds, silver, and gold, dates back to the nineteenth century. 

A host of high-profile guests attended the wedding including Alessandra de Osma, Prince Christian of Hanover, Ekaterina Princess of Hanover and Princess Mafalda of Hesse.

Ralph cut a handsome figure, donning a pair of pinstripe trousers paired with a cream waistcoat, black jacket and satin green tie. 

Mari Astrid's father Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein walked the cathedral's stairs in front of a crowd of royal fans who had come to admire the bride and her party 

The happy couple were accompanied by four adorable bridesmaid and two page boys dressed in white, with lime green belts, pictured 

The bride was assisted by four adorable bridesmaids who all donned white bridesmaid dresses teamed with lime green satin ribbons and flower crowns.

Marie Astrid is a member to not only one, but two royal families, being the granddaughter of the late Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg and Joséphine-Charlotte of Belgium on her mother’s side.   

It took four adults to carry Marie Astrid's impressive train as she arrived at the cathedral, ready to tie the knot with her partner. 

A pastor in a golden robe welcomed the couple and their guests at the cathedral ahead of the ceremony. 

Pictured: Prince Hugo and Princess Sophie of Windisch-Graetz, put on a stylish display, left. Princess Christian of Hasburg and Marie-Astrid von Habsburg were also among the guests in attendance

Chantal Hochuli, formerly Chantal, Princess of Hanover, stayed in line with the colour scheme and wore a bright green dress, left, while Princess Isabelle of Liechtenstein, accompanied by Prince Philip of Liechtenstein, donned a statement necklace in green beads and a silk green belt, right

The happy couple beamed as they exited the Orbetello Cathedral in Capalbio, just weeks after Marie Astrid's Maria Anunciata sister had her own 

The bride triumphantly heled her fist in the hair as she posed with her adorable bridesmaids and page boys in front of her guests 

A pastor in a golden robe married the couple during the religious ceremony, which took place on a sunny Saturday afternoon yesterday

Alessandra de Osma, wearing a floral cocktail dress and Prince Christian of Hanover, looking sharp in a navy suit, were among the guests 

It took four adults to look after Marie Astrid's impressive train as she greeted the pastor and waited to walk down the aisle with her father, pictured

Loved ones were tasked with making sure the royal's train was straight as she stepped into the cathedral for her wedding, pictured

Newlyweds Emanuele Musini and Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein attended Marie Astrid and Ralph's nuptials two weeks after their own religious wedding, which took place in Vienna, pictured 

The bride's train stole the show as she climbed the stairs to the cathedral, holding hands with her father, Prince Nikolaus, pictured 

A guest helped the Liechtenstein royal out of her car as she headed to the cathedral before the ceremony yesterday, pictured   

The happy couple set off in a red convertible following their ceremony. An excited Marie Astrid could not stop waving, pictured

Ekaterina Princess of Hanover, Chantal Hochuli and Alessandra de Osma all opted for floral patterns to attend the Italian wedding, pictured 

Henri von Bourbon-Parma and Gabriella von Oesterreich brought their daughter Princess Anastasia of Bourbon-Parma with them. Meanwhile, designer Francois du Chastel attended with a stylish friend, right 

Maria Anunciata and Prince Hans-Adam of Liechtenstein (front row) led the guests as they exited the cathedral to join the married couple outside following the ceremony

Princess Mafalda of Hess, dressed in a floral dress, played photographer after the ceremony and snapped her own pictures of guests

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