For those of you who were waiting ever so patiently to gaze upon the official website for the upcoming princely wedding in Monaco, well, you are in luck.
Today, you can finally breathe a sigh of relief and then scream like a teenager at a Justin Bieber concert because the website is officially up and running complete with H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco and Miss Charlene Wittstock’s giant monogram plastered all over the site.
Well… actually it’s only on the left hand side, but whatever.
Any way, the site contains all the important information for you to know. For example:
- The dates for the civil and religious ceremony
- Information about Monaco
- Details about the Princely wedding
- A bio about the Prince and Miss Wittstock (who apparently loves to surf like yours truly… though I have a feeling Charlene sucks at it.)
- Useful information (like how to get to Monaco and we all know how important that is.)
- Press room
- Lots of pretty pictures
Overall, the site is quite nice looking; moreover, it is nice to see that someone at the Palais Princier de Monaco FINALLY realized the correct title of the wedding. For some time now, the official tourism website for Monaco, Visit Monaco, and some dude who works at the Palais Princier de Monaco, kept referring the upcoming wedding as a royal wedding. It’s not. It’s a princely wedding. So, congrats to Visit Monaco and the underpaid Palais Princier de Monaco employee dude who finally realized their past mistake.
To view the website in all its glory please click the link: Mariage Princier Monaco 2011
Photo courtesy of: Zimbio.com by ATTILA KISBENEDEK/AFP/Getty Images
3 thoughts on “The Official Website for the Upcoming Princely Wedding in Monaco is Finally Here: Try to Contain your Enthusiasm”
I actually like their joint monogram. It’s nicer than some that I’ve seen (Fred and Mary, for example, whose monogram looks like it has antlers). I think that the site is odd-the focus is not on the wedding at all, but mostly on investing in and visiting Monaco, which is a bit tacky IMO.
I also like the monogram. It is much nicer than superimposing their initials over each other. I noticed that they didn’t even try to list any of Charlene’s minuscule educational achievements.
I think the information about visiting is probably included to aid people who are interested in coming to Monaco to see the wedding.
I like the monogram as well. It flows quite nicely unlike other monograms in recent years.
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