Five witnesses have been appointed for the wedding ceremony of Princess Maria Laura and her partner William Isvy on Saturday in the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula. It concerns Elisabetta de Belgique, Ferdinand Brunet, Astrid and Joseph von Liechtenstein and Olympia Napoleon-Bonaparte
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Elisabetta de Belgique, known as Lili, is the wife of Prince Amedeo, Maria Laura’s eldest brother.
Princess Astrid and Prince Joseph of Liechtenstein have also been asked. In addition, there is Olympia Napoleon Bonaparte. She married Jean-Christophe Napoléon Bonaparte, but is the daughter of the sister of Prince Lorenz and thus the niece of Maria Laura.
Finally, there is the unknown name Ferdinand Brunet. He may be a friend of the couple.
Maria Laura will marry her partner William Isvy on September 10 in Brussels. The civil wedding takes place in the Brussels town hall. The ceremony will last about half an hour. Only the intimate circle will be present.
In the afternoon, it’s off to the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula for a wedding ceremony presided over by the Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels Jozef de Kesel. A total of 500 people were invited to attend the wedding in the cathedral. The service starts at 2:30 PM and lasts 1 hour and 15 minutes. During the service, both Catholic and Jewish songs will be performed.
Maria Laura, 34, is the eldest daughter of Princess Astrid and Prince Lorenz. She has lived and worked in London for years. Her fiancé William Isvy (30) was born in Paris and is the son of a British mother and a French-Moroccan father. William Isvy spent most of his childhood in London, studying finance in Montreal, Canada. He currently works in London in asset management. The couple share a passion for travel and tennis.