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Grand Duchess Stephanie glitters at the gala dinner

Grand Duke Henri proposes a toast to the newly weds Grand Duke Guillaume and
Grand Duchess Stephanie
Elegant in the green Elie Saab gown plus fresh from the wedding, Grand Duchess Stephanie of Luxembourg was definitely the center of limelight at the gala dinner hosted by his father-in-law Grand Duke Henri in honor of the new wedded-couple.

The event gathered together the most glittering royal personalities, all in their equally stunning evening dresses and sparkling jewels, who were one with the Luxembourgers in greeting Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and her bride, Grand Duchess Stephanie.
The Crown Prince and Princess of Belgium

The Crown Prince and Princess of Norway
The Crown Prince and Princess of Yugoslavia
Crown Princess Margarita and Prince Radu of Romania
Prince Emanuele Filiberto and Princess Clotilde of Savoy
The Grand Duke and Duchess of Luxembourg
The Greek Royal Family. From left to right, Crown Princess Marie-Chantal,
Crown Prince Pavlos, King Constantine, and Queen Anne-Marie
Prince Hassan and Princess Savrath of Jordan
The King and Queen of Belgium
The King and Queen of Sweden
The King and Queen of Norway
Prince Laurent and Princess Claire of Belgium
Princess Margaretha of Leichtenstein

Archduchess Marie Astrid of Austria

Princess Martha Louise of Norway

The Crown Prince and Princess of the Netherlands
Prince Nicholaus of Liechtenstein
The Princess of Hanover, Princess Caroline of Monaco
Queen Fabiola of Belgium
Grand Dukes Sebastian, Louis
and Felix of Luxembourg


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