The Prince and Princess of Monaco, who wore a Roberto Cavalli dress, made an appearance near home at the Oceanographic Museum yesterday to check out a new exhibit, which is devoted to their wedding. "The Story of the Prince's Wedding" features Charlene Wittstock's Giorgio Armani gown, the white uniform that Prince Albert wore, place settings from their reception, and other items from the July event. Charlene and Prince Albert have faced some controversy since their nuptials, with rumors that they spent their honeymoon in separate hotels. Prince Albert and Charlene defended their marriage recently and struck back at all the press coverage. They seemed to be in good spirits as they walked through the museum and posed in front of a large picture of themselves as bride and groom. Theirs isn't the only royal wedding on display since items from Kate Middleton and Prince William's nuptials are currently being shown at Buckingham Palace in London. Kate Middleton and the Queen toured the Summer exhibit and took a look at Kate's gorgeous gown as well as the heels she wore when she wed Prince William.
Prince Albert and Charlene Wittstock Visit Their Own Royal Wedding Exhibit
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