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First details of big 2023 royal wedding revealed

The first details of the marriage of the only daughter of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg have been shared.

Princess Alexandra will marry Nicolas Bagory in the spring of 2023 and now the Grand Ducal Court have revealed where the couple will wed.

Princess Alexandra and Nicolas Bagory (© Maison du Grand-Duc / Sophie Margue)

As is usual in Luxembourg, they will have two ceremonies. The first, their civil wedding, will take place at Luxembourg Town Hall on April 22nd 2023.

Their religious ceremony will come a week later. Princess Alexandra and Nicolas Bagory will exchange vows at St. Tryomphe’s Church in Bormes-les-Mimosas in the south of France.

St. Tryomphe’s Church in Bormes-les-Mimosas will be the setting for the religious wedding of Princess Alexandra and Nicolas Bagory
(By Baptiste Rossi – Own work, Public Domain, Wiki Commons)

Borme-les-Mimosas is a very special place for the Grand Ducal family. They have a home in nearby Cabasson where they have spent many happy holidays. The villa was first bought for the family by Grand Duchess Charlotte, Alexandra’s great-grandmother.

The area is also home to an official retreat of the President of France.

Princess Alexandra and Nicolas Bagory announced their engagement in November 2022.

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