Friday, April 29, 2011

As well as the upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, fiancée, here are the royal wedding had caused a stir public opinion more than the cost of paper and ink of the press.
Japanese Princess Sayako and Yoshiki Kuroda
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Under Japanese law, if you want to marry a commoner, Princess Sayako will have to leave the royal family and losing the benefits of the royal family. Therefore, the wedding with the groom Yoshiki Kuroda was held on 11.15.2005 also means that Princess Sayako stripped of rights to the throne.Kuroda became the first civilian married a princess of the imperial family. Although to give up rights, but the princess Sayako is said to have received a dowry of about $ 1 million and a big house.
Brunei Crown Prince Pengiran Anak Sarah and Al Muhtadee
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Dated 9/9/2004, the Prince of Brunei Al Muhtadee held a beautiful wedding with Pengiran Anak Sarah was 17. The wedding was held at the Nurul Iman palace in the capital Bandar Seri Begawa, with costs estimated at nearly $ 3 million. Sarah brides came from the popular classes, whose father was the Brunei, the original mother was a nurse in Switzerland. This is considered a lavish wedding at that time No. 1 in Asia.
David Prince and Anna Georgia Gruzinski
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The marriage of Prince David and Anna Gruzinski she was the first royal wedding was held on the territory of Georgia after nearly 200 years. David Prince was born in Spain, after the ancestors fled from Georgia from 1917. The wedding took place on 09.02.2009, which was attended by 3,000 people in the capital Tbilisi. Although this ceremony is to be good to unite the factions in Georgia, but a disaster for the couple. By August 2009, two people have confirmed the split.
Spanish Crown Prince Felipe and Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano female journalists
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11/2009, Crown Prince Felipe of Spain announced engagement to former television journalist CNN , Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano. Although it has been divorced, but still Rocasolano receive the warm welcome of the people of Spain. Then the wedding was held on 22.05.2004 in Madrid, with the TV audience estimated at 25 million people in Spain.
Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon and Mette-Marit waitress Tjessem Hoiby
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The wedding between Crown Prince Haakon of Norway (now ascended the throne) and Mette-Marit Tjessem Hoiby she held in 2002. This is the wedding to take home crowd ever not know how much paper and ink of the press. Before taking Prince Haakon, Mette-Marit Tjessem Hoiby was a waiter and had a life husband, with a 4 year old son. Not only that, her ex-husband also involved charges of drug possession. But to overcome many difficulties, the couple's marriage was eventually approved by the King Olav V, after having consulted the parliament and government.
Princess Victoria of Sweden and fitness coach Daniel Westling
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When Princess Victoria of Sweden married Daniel Westling, and is the biggest royal wedding Europe, after the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana in 1981. Westling is the fitness coach of Victoria. Their wedding ceremony in Stockholm on 06/19/2010 at church. After completing the ceremony at the church, they are about 500,000 people lined the streets and waved flags to welcome in the capital, Stockholm.
Dutch prince Pieter and Anita van Eijk
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Under Dutch law, if a member of the royal family without prior approval of parliament which married civilian, that person will have to leave the Royal Family. Pieter Prince of the Netherlands for that reason, be deprived of the right heir to the throne when she married Anita van Eijk on 25/08/2005.Their wedding was a popular organization with the participation of family and friends. However, no wedding, attended the couple's oldest brother - Prince Alexsandra.
According to the MSN 



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