Several additions as well as new information regarding the upcoming princely wedding in Monaco was released this morning via the Palais Princier de Monaco.
According to the Palais Princier de Monaco, H.S.H. Prince Albert II and his fiancée, Charlene Wittstock, have decided that the band, The Eagles, will be one of the entertainment groups who will play for the Monegasque people on June 30, 2011. The concert will be held at the Louis II Stadium and will last for at least two hours.
Second, on July 1, 2011, the people of Monaco are invited to watch the civil wedding live in the Palais Princier de Monaco square. After the service the new princely couple will join their people at the Place du Palais for “…a buffet prepared by the Fairmont Monte-Carlo, with Mediterranean and South African dishes by Chefs from South Africa and Monaco.”
Third, new partners/sponsors of the wedding were announced. They are: Perrier-Jouet Champagne and Mont Blanc. If you are interested in purchasing official wedding souvenirs the Palais Princier de Monaco has a special page just for you. Items for sale include a keyring, mugs, candles, plates, and much more. Click here to learn more. Also, the Palais Princier de Monaco has set up a Twitter and Facebook account for the upcoming marriage. Click these links to view and/or join: Facebook and Twitter
Fourth, regarding the issue international broadcasting of the princely wedding to those living outside of Monaco and France. According to the press release:
R&G Productions to host the live broadcast of the wedding of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and Miss Wittstock.
Consequently, R&G will air the international signal for the wedding ceremonies for international distribution to all countries having so requested.
As host broadcaster, R&G Productions will also be in charge of supplying any additional technical resources and services requested by international broadcasters present at the event, as well as managing and catering for broadcasters with their own production and transmission resources at the TV compound.
Now, it was nice of the Palais Princier de Monaco press office to finally tell us (those interested in the upcoming wedding) who will host the broadcast; however, it really doesn’t help much to be honest.
That’s sweet. No, really it is.
More information will be released within the next few days, according to sources, so please stay tuned. 🙂
Anyway, we have less than 50 days to go, people… can you feel the excitement?!! Thought so. 🙂
Photo courtesy of: Nice-Matin via Palais Princier de Monaco and Zimbio.com by Amedeo M.Turello/Getty Images Europe