German Prince Casimir Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn Weds model Alana Camille Bunte

And the event looked straight out of a fairytale

Updated 06/02/19

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Wedding season is in full swing, and so too is royal wedding season!

On Saturday, German Prince Casimir Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn and American model Alana Camille Bunte in a lavish ceremony at a 12th century castle in Germany, the Daily Mail reports. Bunte wore a simple, long-sleeved gown reminiscent of the one Meghan Markle wore to her own 2018 royal wedding, and accessorized the dress with a tiara, lace veil, and pearl and diamond teardrop earrings. Her makeup looked fresh and dewy, and she paired a rosy lip and matching cheek with neutral eye makeup. The groom went with a spring-inspired outfit, featuring a light yellow vest underneath a navy suit. Both the Prince and Bunte added another element of spring to their looks by accessorizing with artfully placed white roses—he wore on on his lapel, while she had a few pinned to her tiara.

The newly-minted Princess arrived at the ceremony in a vintage Mercedes convertible, and was greeted on the steps of the castle by a group of page boys and flower girls who helped carry her train, giving the event a vibe that felt straight out of a fairytale. You can see photos of their big day here.

The couple met in London four years ago, and announced their engagement in 2017. The Prince has been married once before, and was also previously linked to Real Housewives of New York star Tinsley Mortimer. This is the first marriage for Bunte, who grew up in Laguna Beach, California. According to People, Prince Casimir is the third-oldest child and second-oldest son of German Prince Alexander Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn and Countess Gabriela.

This isn't the only royal wedding that took place over the weekend. Princess Grace of Monaco's granddaughter, Charlotte Casiraghi, wed film producer Dimitri Rassam in a low-key civil ceremony on Saturday. They then went on to celebrate their nuptials with 300 guests for an afternoon of tea and cake followed by an evening of dinner and dancing.

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