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Glamorous guests share party snaps from Princess Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein’s big day


Glamorous guests at Princess Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein’s wedding have revealed an intimate glimpse into the event by sharing snaps from the reception online. 

The heiress, 36, who is the daughter of Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg and Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein, first married Emanuele Musini in a small civil ceremony at the Villa della Tenuta di Fassia near Gubbio on June 26.  

But over the weekend, the stunning royal tied the knot for a second time during their religious ceremony in Vienna and looked every inch the blushing bride in a white satin Valentino gown complete with statement balloon sleeves. 

A host of high-profile guests attended the wedding including Stephanie of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg, Ekaterina Princess of Hanover and Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg. 

Photos shared on social media of the reception at the Gartenpalais revealed guests were treated to an enormous lavish banquet in a stunning ballroom.  

Later, Princess Maria swapped her flowing satin gown for a second dress for the evening event, opting for a Grecian style dress with sequin detailing and the Diamond Vine Leaves Tiara.   

Glamorous guests at Princess Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein’s wedding to Italian businessman Emanuele Musini have revealed an intimate glimpse into the event by sharing snaps from the reception online (pictured) 

Photos shared on social media of the reception at the Gartenpalais revealed guests were treated to an enormous lavish banquet

Photos shared on social media of the reception at the Gartenpalais revealed guests were treated to an enormous lavish banquet  before they were gifted Sacher Torte cakes as wedding favours (pictured)

Photos shared on social media of the reception at the Gartenpalais revealed guests were treated to an enormous lavish banquet (left) before they were gifted Sacher Torte cakes as wedding favours (right) 

Wedding guests including Nieves Zuberbuhler, Princess Ekaterina of Hanover and Princess Alessandra of Hanover opted for elegant floor length gowns for the event

Wedding guests including Nieves Zuberbuhler, Princess Ekaterina of Hanover and Princess Alessandra of Hanover opted for elegant floor length gowns for the event 

Meanwhile Beatrice Borromeo, wife of Monaco's Pierre Casiraghi, and Princess Cleo zu Oettingen-Spielberg appeared in high spirits as they arrived at the event

Meanwhile Beatrice Borromeo, wife of Monaco's Pierre Casiraghi, and Princess Cleo zu Oettingen-Spielberg appeared in high spirits as they arrived at the event  alongside Princess Matilde zu Fürstenberg (pictured)

Meanwhile Beatrice Borromeo, wife of Monaco’s Pierre Casiraghi, and Princess Cleo zu Oettingen-Spielberg appeared in high spirits as they arrived at the event (left) alongside Princess Matilde zu Fürstenberg (right) 

Princess Maria is far from the first royal who has chosen to wear the glittering diamond tiara for her big day.  

When Princess Claire of Luxembourg wed Prince Felix in 2013, she wore the vine leaf-design tiara with berries. Said to date back from the mid-19th century, it’s also often worn by Maria Teresa. 

Meanwhile  Emanuele cut a handsome figure, opting for a simple black tuxedo for the big event. 

Guests including wife of Monaco’s Pierre Casiraghi, and Princess Cleo zu Oettingen-Spielberg both donned for stunning floor length red Dior gowns for the occasion, posting snaps online as they posed at their hotel ahead of the reception.

Cleo, as she is known, has appeared in a handful of German film and television productions although she also happens to be a baroness. 

Meanwhile the newlyweds were later seen leaning into one another as they cut into their enormous wedding cake, which was covered in hundreds of raspberries.  

Earlier in the day, Princess Maria married Emmauele wearing a veil emblazoned with dainty white flowers paired with a bejewelled crown and matching earrings, while her blonde tresses were swept back in a chic up do.

The happy couple looked thrilled as they were pictured leaving the church and waving at royal fans as they made their way to the reception. 

Later the newlyweds could be seen leaning in close to one another as they cut into an enormous wedding cake covered in raspberries

Later the newlyweds could be seen leaning in close to one another as they cut into an enormous wedding cake covered in raspberries 

Princess Matilde zu Fürstenberg, who donned a frilly fuscia pink gown, said the event had been 'incredible' in a post online (pictured)

Princess Matilde zu Fürstenberg, who donned a frilly fuscia pink gown, said the event had been ‘incredible’ in a post online (pictured) 

Meanwhile guests including art collector Staffan Ahrenberg posed for snaps alongside royal carriages at the black tie evening reception

Meanwhile guests including art collector Staffan Ahrenberg posed for snaps alongside royal carriages at the black tie evening reception

Meanwhile guests including art collector Staffan Ahrenberg posed for snaps alongside royal carriages at the black tie evening reception (left and right) 

Emanuele cut a handsome figure, donning a pair of pinstripe trousers paired with a camel waistcoat, black jacket and satin tie. 

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

The group left the wedding with Maria in a horse and carriage as a huge crowd of excited onlookers gathered to watch the happy couple tie the knot for the second time. 

Earlier this year the royal gave a glimpse into her first wedding, where she opted wearing for a more relaxed white dress with balloon sleeves. 

Princess Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein was a vision in white as she walked down the aisle with her entrepreneur boyfriend boyfriend for the second time

Princess Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein was a vision in white as she walked down the aisle with her entrepreneur boyfriend boyfriend for the second time

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

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

The happy couple looked thrilled as they were pictured leaving the church and waving at royal fans as they made their way to the reception

The happy couple looked thrilled as they were pictured leaving the church and waving at royal fans as they made their way to the reception

In a picture shared on Instagram by a royal fan, Maria Anunciata could be seen looking ethereal as she and her husband signed the wedding registry at Villa della Tenuta di Fassia. 

The couple have been dating for several years, with Emanuele appearing in photos at Maria Anunciata’s family functions since 2017. 

Maria Anunciata is 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.

In spite of her grand upbringing and royal ties, the 36-year-old has built a career for herself as a respected curator for museums. 

The heiress, 36, who is the daughter of Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg and Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein, married Emanuele in a small civil ceremony at the Villa della Tenuta di Fassia near Gubbio on June 26 before a second ceremony in Vienna today

The heiress, 36, who is the daughter of Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg and Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein, married Emanuele in a small civil ceremony at the Villa della Tenuta di Fassia near Gubbio on June 26 before a second ceremony in Vienna today 

Today, the stunning royal tied the knot for a second time in Vienna and looked every inch the blushing bride in a white satin gown complete with statement balloon sleeves

Today, the stunning royal tied the knot for a second time in Vienna and looked every inch the blushing bride in a white satin gown complete with statement balloon sleeves

The group left the wedding with Maria in a horse and carriage as a huge crowd of excited onlookers gathered to watch the happy couple tie the knot for the second time

The group left the wedding with Maria in a horse and carriage as a huge crowd of excited onlookers gathered to watch the happy couple tie the knot for the second time

Princess Maria completed her look with a veil emblazoned with dainty white flowers paired with a bejewelled crown and matching earring, while her blonde tresses were swept back in a chic up do

Princess Maria completed her look with a veil emblazoned with dainty white flowers paired with a bejewelled crown and matching earring, while her blonde tresses were swept back in a chic up do

Stephanie of Luxembourg and Crown Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg were among the high-profile guests at the wedding

Stephanie of Luxembourg and Crown Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg were among the high-profile guests at the wedding 

Christian von Habsburg and Marie-Astrid von Habsburg attended the event

Ekaterina, the Princess of Hanover and Princess Christian of Hanover attended the event

Christian von Habsburg and Marie-Astrid von Habsburg (left) joined Ekaterina, the Princess of Hanover and Princess Christian of Hanover (right) at the event yesterday

Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg is pictured with her husband, Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg

Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg is pictured with her husband, Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg

Alana Bunte and Prince Casimir zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn

Francois du Chastel and his guest posed for photographs at the event

Alana Bunte and Prince Casimir zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn (left) joined Francois du Chastel and his guest (right) at the event 

A host of high-profile guests attended the wedding including Prince Lorenz of Belgium who is pictured with a guest at the event

A host of high-profile guests attended the wedding including Prince Lorenz of Belgium who is pictured with a guest at the event 

She worked for the Parisian art publishing house Cahier d’Art, which is renowned for its contemporary art periodical La Revue. 

In 2016, she worked on the Picasso retrospective which marked the 100th anniversary of the painter and Jean Cocteau’s trip to Rome and Naples with the Ballets Russes.

After proving herself by working for giants of the art world, Maria Anunciata is now working on independent projects and spends her time between New York and Paris. 

She has two younger siblings, Princess Maria-Astrid and Prince Josef-Emmanuel, who is often listed as one of Europe’s most illegible bachelors.

Her father Nikolaus, is 15th in line for the Liechtenstein throne, while her brother is 16th in line.   

He moved to the UK at a young age to attend The Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, and after graduation he joined the Irish Guard.

Frederik Sachs posed for a photo at the event with Princess Mafalda of Savoy and German industrialist Rolf Sachs

Frederik Sachs posed for a photo at the event with Princess Mafalda of Savoy and German industrialist Rolf Sachs

Italian journalist and fashion model Beatrice Borromeo arrived at the event with Pierre Casiraghi, the younger son of Caroline, Princess of Hanover

Italian journalist and fashion model Beatrice Borromeo arrived at the event with Pierre Casiraghi, the younger son of Caroline, Princess of Hanover

Pictured, Prince Philipp of Liechtenstein with Princess Isabelle of Liechtenstein with their family

Pictured, Prince Philipp of Liechtenstein with Princess Isabelle of Liechtenstein with their family 

Josef was quickly promoted to Lieutenant, aged just 21, and was selected to present the Queen with the flag of his regiment at the 2010 Trooping the Colour.

He was joined after the ceremony by his parents and his two sisters Princess Maria-Anunciata and Princess Marie-Astrid.

The regiment has a strong connection to the 31-year-old, since his grandfather, Grand Duke Jean served with the group as a Lieutenant in the Second World War.

Grand Duke Jean had volunteered with the British Army after his royal family fled Nazi occupation of Luxembourg.

Maria Anunciata’s beau, Emanuele, founded Pillo Health, a company which aims to bring Artificial Intelligence into the health habits of the American home. 

His company, which registers a reported $3.8 million (£2.7 million) a year, is based in Boston. 

Princess Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein, 36, married Emanuele Musini in a small civil ceremony at the Villa della Tenuta di Fassia near Gubbio on June 26, pictured

Princess Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein, 36, married Emanuele Musini in a small civil ceremony at the Villa della Tenuta di Fassia near Gubbio on June 26, pictured



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