LIVE. Follow the wedding of Princess Maria Laura and William here

LIVE. Follow the wedding of Princess Maria Laura and William here
LIVE. Follow the wedding of Princess Maria Laura and William here

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Princess Maria Laura (34) of Belgium marries William Isvy (31) today. Follow here all the news about the ceremony and the party in the afternoon

    • Princess Maria Laura (34) of Belgium will marry William Isvy (31), a French-British asset manager on Saturday
    • The civil wedding is at 10 am at the City Hall of Brussels. Only the immediate family of the bride and groom are welcome, there is not even a balcony scene.
    • In the afternoon there is the church wedding in the Cathedral of Saint Michael and Saint Gudula, where more than 500 guests are invited
  • 2 minutes ago

  • 12 minutes ago

    The choice to get married in Brussels is not an obvious one. The couple lives and works in London, but consciously chooses to tie the knot here. “It is a symbolic choice,” says the personal spokesperson for the couple Hervé Verhoosel. The civil ceremony takes place in a small circle in the Brussels town hall. This is followed by a ceremony at 2.30 pm in the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula.

  • 25 minutes ago

    The royal family will be represented at the wedding: Prince Laurent, his wife Claire and their children will come, as will Princess Delphine and her husband. King Albert II and Queen Paola come together with Prince Amedeo and Princess Elisabetta and their children. King Philippe, his wife Mathilde and their children will also be there.

  • 29 minutes ago

    On September 10, Princess Maria Laura (34) of Belgium marries William Isvy (31), a Franco-British asset manager. For their Brussels wedding, the normally closed door is slightly ajar. The royal family is already in a festive mood. “He’s like a son to us.”

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