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    Congratulations are in order for Princess Alix de Ligne and her new husband Guillaume de Dampierre. The couple married in a religious wedding ceremony on Saturday 18 June in the village of Beloeil in Belgium. The bride looked stunning as she emerged from St Peter's Church, wearing a vintage-inspired ivory dress. The A-line gown featured an embroidered panel with fringe detailing, and Alix completed her look with a lace veil. The pièce de résistance was her diamond tiara, which sparkled as Alix kissed her nobleman husband on the church steps. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Princess Alix de Ligne and Guillaume

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  • Prince William reflects on what being a dad has taught him: Video

    On Sunday Prince William is celebrating the UK's Father's Day by raising awareness about the mental health campaign Heads Together. Promoting the charity, the Duke of Cambridge has written an article reflecting on how he has changed since becoming a father, and how important it is to discuss mental health issues within the family. Scroll down for video The second-in-line to the throne attended a Father's Day breakfast to meet dads, mentors and the children the charity supports, to discuss their personal experiences. In the article, the father-of-two opened up about his own responsibility to care for the mental and