Princess Alix de Ligne tied the knot with her sweetheart Earl Guillaume de Dampierre in a fairytale ceremony at her familys 14th century Belgian chateau in Beloeil on June18.
The 31-year-old royal looked ravishing in a vintage-inspired fringed gown designed by Belgian designer Gérald Wathelet, which featured an embroidered panel on the waistline that accentuated her slim figure.
The ivory dress further boasted fringe detail on the waist and at the sleeves, while a long lace veil dating back to 1810 added a touch of drama.
The ceremony took place at St Peter's Church in the village of Beloeil, followed by a lavish reception at Beloeil Castle - which is known as the Versailles of Belgium.
Alix is the daughter of the Prince Michel de Ligne and Princess Eleonora of Brazil and the granddaughter of Princess Alix of Luxembourg, the sister of Grand Duke Jean.
Around 800 guests attended the wedding, including the the Grand-Duke Henri of Luxembourg and his wife the Grand-Duchess Maria Teresa.