Wedding of Don Jaime de Bourbon and Lady Charlotte

Don Jaime di Borbone Lady Charlotte matrimonio royal wedding

Another royal wedding but in Italy. In Sicily to be exact. The wedding of Prince Don Jaime of Bourbon, 27, and Lady Charlotte Diana Lindsay-Bethune, Scottish nobleman, 28, took place at the Church of Monreale outside Palermo on Saturday 25 September 2021. Pietro di Bourbon and Donna have seven children, Sofia Landalus and Melgarejo.

The prince is a direct descendant of the last King of Sicily, Francesco II, holds a degree in law and a master’s in business administration and has been working in the financial sector since 2018. The new wife is the youngest daughter of the sixteenth Earl of Lindsay: an Oxford graduate, she currently works at Citibank in London. They announced their engagement last May and the two are very reserved, so much so that neither of them have any social profiles, and they have always kept their love interest as alive as possible from the media attention.

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The bride, beautiful in a white dress with a lace bodice and a pearl and diamond tiara on her head that belonged to Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, arrived at the church in a carriage drawn by four white horses. To accompany her at the altar was her father, politician James Randolph Lindsay-Bethune, who wore a green and brown tartan vest for the occasion, a tribute to the colors of Scotland and the family.

Bourbon Lady Charlotte's Don Jaime at the Royal Wedding

The wedding of Don Jaime di Bourbon, considered by far the most revered by aristocratic women, and Lady Charlotte of about 200 carefully selected guests, apparently furnished with masks and green passes, and almost all aristocratic and famous families. are from. Europe, but many spectators who took to the streets to watch this very beautiful wedding celebrated from the barrier by Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller.

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The married couple, on the advice of the families, called the theologian, who was appointed prefect of the congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI (in office until 2017), reports Vanity Fair. After the religious ceremony, guests headed to Palermo for a party in grand style: first cocktails in the gardens of the Royal Palace (at the time of the Bourbon residence) and then dinner at Palazzo Mazzarino.


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