A royal photoghaper has shared Lady Charlotte Lindesay-Bethune’s stunning wedding portrait, weeks after she wed Prince Jaime of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies in a stunning ceremony in southern Italy.
David Wheeler, the royal photographer, shared the image last night and said it was a highlight of his career. He also called the three-day celebration “magnificent”.
The Duke of Noto married Lady Charlotte at The Cathedral of Monreale, nearby the town of Palermo, with the bride donning an elegant white gown featuring a lace bodice and a diamond and pearl tiara once belonging to Archduchess María Anna of Austria.
Charlotte, 28, is the youngest daughter of Scottish businessman James Lindesay-Bethune, 16th Earl of Lindsay, and Diana Mary Chamberlayne-Macdonald. The Duke, 29, is the heir apparent to Prince Pedro of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies and his wife, the former Doña Sofia.
The Royal House of Bourbon Two Sicilies, or Bourbon des Deux Siciles, is an ancient branch of Spain’s royal family that ruled over parts of southern Italy for more 100 years (1734-1861). Its descendants still bear the name 150 years later.
A royal photographer shared Lady Charlotte Lindesay-Bethune’s stunning wedding portrait weeks after she married Prince Jaime of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies at a beautiful ceremony in southern Italy
David Wheeler, royal photographer, shared the image with the world last night. He said it was a ‘highlight in his career’ and called three-day celebration magnificent’.
Sharing the picture on Instagram, Wheeler wrote: ‘One of my favourite images of HRH Princess Charlotte from her wedding to Prince Jaime a few weeks ago in Italy.
It was an honour! The couple were married in the hills of Sicily, in a beautiful ceremony at Monreale Cathedral. Their celebrations continued at Palermo’s Royal Palace. Then, they were married at Palermo’s Palace.
‘Princess Charlotte wore a stunning Phillipa Lepley gown, featuring a bespoke embroidered top and a duchess satin skirt.
“It was an amazing honor to photograph their three-day celebration. It is something I will never forget!” Thank you again to my wonderful team and all of those involved in making everything come together so beautifully. It was a career highlight!
Crowds gathered to witness Prince Jaime of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies marry Lady Charlotte Lindesay-Bethune last month in an amazing ceremony in southern Italy (pictured).
Among the high-profile guests was Princess Alexandra’s granddaughter Flora Ogilvy, the Duke and Duchess of Huéscar and the wedding was blessed by Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller, a German cardinal of the Catholic Church.
Prince Pedro is a claimant to the now defunct throne of the former House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, a cadet branch of the Spanish royal family, which descends from the Capetian Dynasty and ruled over Southern Italy and Sicily during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Although the family doesn’t have an official responsibility, they spend their time supporting Southern Italy and charity work.
The Duke of Noto married Lady Charlotte at The Cathedral of Monreale, nearby the town of Palermo, with the bride (pictured) donning an elegant white gown featuring a lace bodice and a diamond and pearl tiara once belonging to Archduchess María Anna of Austria
Charlotte, 28, is the youngest daughter of Scottish businessman James Lindesay-Bethune, 16th Earl of Lindsay, and Diana Mary Chamberlayne-Macdonald. Pictured, the couple cutting their cake, left, and the bridal party walking up the aisle
The bride was stunning in white as her elegant lace-detailed gown walked her down the aisle. It featured a floor-length train, a transparent bodice and an embroidered bodice with transparent fabric that revealed a separate white bodice.
She styled her brown hair into a sleek updo that concealed her floor-length veil. She paired her elegant look with pearl teardrop earrings.
The bridesmaids were dressed in tartan sashes and sweet-white flower crowns to honor her Scottish heritage as they walked with the bride up the steps of the cathedral.
The Duke, 29, is the heir apparent to Prince Pedro of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies and his wife, the former Doña Sofia. Pictured left: The bride walks arm-in–arm with her father
The Royal House of Bourbon Two Sicilies, or Bourbon des Deux Siciles, is an ancient branch of Spain’s royal family that ruled over parts of southern Italy for more 100 years (1734-1861). Its descendants still bear the name 150 years later. Pictured inside the ceremony
The bride arrived in the cathedral square in a carriage pulled along by four white horses with her father, James Randolph Lindesay–Bethune.
Among the high-profile guests to the couple’s (pictured wedding) was Princess Alexandra’s granddaughter Flora Ogilvy, the Duke and Duchess of Huéscar and the wedding was blessed by Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller, a German cardinal of the Catholic Church
Lady Charlotte Oxford graduate who works in investment for a London-based firm of private equity. They are believed to have a relationship and live together in London.
In a carriage pulled along by four white horses, she arrived at the cathedral square together with her father, James Randolph Lindesay–Bethune.
Earl of Lindsay, a title in The Peerage of Scots, is the family seat of the Lahill House, located near Upper Largo (Fife). Lady Charlotte’s father, who currently holds the title, studied at Eton, the University of Edinburgh and the University of California.
Prince Pedro has a claim on the defunct throne from the former House Bourbon–Two Sicilies. He is a cadet branch in the Spanish royal family. As they left the church on Saturday, newlyweds wave to royal fans.
The bride is pictured travelling to the wedding with her father donning a stunning white gown featuring a lace bodice and a diamond and pearl tiara once belonging to Archduchess María Anna of Austria
Lady Charlotte is pictured sharing a sweet moment with her father ahead of her wedding to Prince Jaime of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies on Saturday
The bridesmaids, in an ode to her Scottish heritage, wore tartan sashes as they walked with the bride up the steps of the cathedral.
Her brown hair was styled into a sleek, up-do, concealing her floor length veil. She accessorized her elegant look by wearing pearl teardrop earrings.
He succeeded his father as Earl Lindsay in 1989, and was Parliamentary Undersecretary of State for Scotland between 1995 and 1997.
Lord Lindsay, President of the National Trust of Scotland, was also appointed President of the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (April 2021).
He married Diana Mary Chamberlayne-Macdonald, a granddaughter of Sir Alexander Somerled Angus Bosville Macdonald of Sleat, 16th Baronet in 1982 and they have five children.
According to Vanity Fair Italy some 200 guests were present at the ceremony, including many European noble descendants, and the bride and groom returned to Palermo after the wedding to enjoy cocktails in the gardens of the Royal Palace before dinner at the Palazzo Mazzarino.
About 200 guests (photo arriving) were present at this ceremony. They included many European noble descendents. After the wedding, the bride and groom returned from Palermo to enjoy cocktails at the Royal Palace Gardens before going to dinner at Palazzo Mazzarino.
The couple, who met in Sicily in May, announced their engagement. The new Duchess Of Noto converted to Catholicism last January in a ceremony at Vatican. Pictured are guests at the nuptials of the couple.
Lady Charlotte, a graduate of Oxford, works as an investment analyst at a private equity firm in London. They are believed to be continuing their relationship in London. They are seen leaving the cathedral.
The bride looked radiant in white as the elegant gown she wore to the ceremony featured a floor-length train, a long-sleeved bodice and transparent fabric. This revealed a separate white bodice that had a sweetheart neckline.
The wedding (pictured), was conducted in four languages: Latin Spanish, Italian, English, and Italian. Vows were read in English.
The publication claims that King Felipe and Queen Letizia were in a good relationship but they did not attend the wedding due to the uncertainty surrounding the volcanic eruption in Le Palma.
The ceremony was conducted in four languages: English, Spanish, Italian, Latin and Spanish. Vows were read in English. The couple, who met in Sicily in May, announced their engagement. The new Duchess Of Noto converted last year to Catholicism in a ceremony at Vatican.
Italian newspaper Italy24news reported that the happy couple were greeted by The Mayor of Monreale prior to the wedding. He stated that it was a great honor to be part of this event that will be remembered in Monreale’s past.
“The fairytale atmosphere created by the royal wedding in our city has enhanced the architectural and landscape beauty of our city. This setting will be cherished by the spouses. I reserve the right to wish them a long and happy life.