• Tomáš Berdych and Ester Satorova marry in Monaco: see the bride's dress

    For the past couple of weeks, all eyes have been trained on Pierre Casiraghi – Princess Caroline of Monaco's son – and his Italian love Beatrice Borromeo. After seven years together the couple tied the knot in the royal palace last weekend, but just down the road another A-lister couple were enjoying their first few days of marital bliss. Tennis ace Tomáš Berdych and his fiancée Ester Satorova said "I do" in front of 20 of their closest friends – a far cry from the 700 guests that reportedly attended Pierre and Beatrice's royal wedding. The athlete and the model held

  • Jacqui Ainsley and Guy Ritchie marry: see the bride's gorgeous wedding dress

    After getting engaged in 2012, Guy Ritchie and Jacqui Ainsley have officially tied the knot. The couple, who have three children together, said "I do" on Thursday 30 July in front of their nearest and dearest. Jacqui and Guy threw open the doors of their country estate Ashcombe House in Wiltshire to hold their A-lister, festival-themed wedding. Celebrity guests who were spotted pulling up to the mansion included Guy's close friend David Beckham, Jemima Khan, model Laura Bailey and her partner Eric Fellner, editor Jemima Goldsmith and author A. A. Gill. Beautiful Bride Strikes a Pose... #jaxguyjuly @jacquiainsley @guyritchie #GoodFriends #Inspired A

  • Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo's 2nd wedding in Italy: all the details

    In the world of royal weddings, one party sometimes isn't enough – which is why Pierre Casiraghi and his new wife Beatrice Borromeo are holding an even more spectacular celebration for their religious nuptials in the bride's native Italy on August 1. Princess Caroline of Monaco's son and Italian journalist love officially tied the knot last week in a civil ceremony at the royal palace, but their Monte Carlo wedding with 700 guests was just the beginning.Pierre and Beatrice's next round of wedding festivities are set take place on the picturesque Borromean Islands, which are owned by Beatrice's aristocratic