The marriage of the great-grandson of Napoleon is fabulous, but the dress of the bride is not the most beautiful (Photos)
Jean-Christophe Napoléon Bonaparte, was the scion to be the most desired in France, but the great-grandson of Napoloene he married the countess Olympia von und zu Arco-Zinneberge and this wedding will remain in the history (photos). Are officially husband and wife, Napoleon Bonaparte and Olympia were married on October 19, of course, for the love, but remind you of another union, that between Napoleon Bonaparte, in 1810, married the archduchess of Austria Maria Luisa, in this case, no romance. Leaving aside the history and politics let's hold on to lighter themes, and after you have admired the love and the complicity between the two spouses find out who has signed the dress of the bride.
Olympia wore a white dress signed Oscar de la Renta, and is not the most beautiful wedding dress that we have seen but everyone has their own taste. Without the showl worn for the ceremony will be more cute; tiara of diamonds, and earrings with sapphires for the perfect complement. The location chosen for the religious ceremony in the cathedral of Les Invalides in Paris, the final resting place of Napoleon.
Present at the wedding of the crowned heads of half of Europe, and among all, representing the british royal family Beatrice of York with boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, they will excite with the yes in 2020. The engagement of Jean-Christophe Napoleon and Olympia Von Arco-Zinneberg was officially announced in may, but much more romantic was the proposal of marriage: “When I met Olympia, I jumped in his eyes and not in his family tree,” has told him that one day during a romantic walk under the snow in the forest on lake Geneva, bought her a ring, wonderful diamond of 40 carats extracted from the crown of the empress Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III.
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