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A picture of royalty: The groom is related to most European royal families including those of the United Kingdom, Spain, Denmark and Norway. It was in Peru that the couple first met back in , when a teenage Alessandra acted as Christian's tour guide.
It was for this reason that they returned in order to say their 'I dos' all over again at the 16th Century Basilica San Pedro in Lima. The fashion designer wore a gown by Jorge Vazquez, which featured a high neck and an extravagant white train. The groom wore a smart three-piece suit.
Kate Moss, 44, and boyfriend Count Nikolai Von Bismarck, 30, looked every inch the stylish pair as they arrived to the wedding. He is the second in the line of succession to the former Hanoverian throne, after his elder brother Prince Ernst August. As a descendant of Queen Victoria, through her daughter, the Empress Frederick, Christian is also in the line of succession to the British throne.
Although born in Germany, Christian moved to Paris after his parents' divorce and attended Malvern College, a prestigious British public school in Worcestershire. In , Christian's father signed over several pieces of German property owned by the House of Hanover to Christian and his brother, including Marienburg Castle. The couple remained friends and started dating in in They have lived quietly for several years in Madrid, where Prince Christian studied business administration.
Alessandra's father, Felipe, is a senior executive with Hermes, a Peruvian cash management firm. A youthful looking Prince Ernst August of Hanover - father of the groom - attended the wedding ceremony. Prince Christian of Hanover, wearing a dapper blue three-piece, walked alongside his mother Chantal Hochuli. Both parties looked relaxed throughout the ceremony, which happened in private inside the chapel.
Streets around San Pedro church were closed during the ceremony, which saw members of the pubic flock to witness the affair. The gorgeous bride worked as lawyer, and more recently as a model. Alessandra de Osma's extraordinary dress train was carried by one of her bridesmaids who wore a patterned pink and black number. Liz Foy de Osma and Prince Ernst August of Hanover pictured welcomed their first child, a baby daughter Elisabeth, at the Henriettenstifts hospital in Hanover last month.
Carrying a bunch of flowers, de Osma looked a picture in her white wedding dress. The couple looked positively radiant in their nuptial wear as they entered the church for their second round of vows. The look of love: Prince Christian and de Osma exit the church after having said 'I do' for the second time. Alessandra turned to wave at her family and friends in attendance as she was walked towards the entrance alongside her father Felipe.
Among the guests snapped attending Thursday night's pre-ceremony dinner were the groom's father Prince Ernst August of Hanover, his mother Chantal Hochuli, and Princess Jeanette zu Fürstenberg.
Her dress for the ceremony itself will doubtless be a showstopper, given that she herself is a fashion designer. At the civil ceremony back in November, the brunette beauty dazzled in a Chanel coat and heels by Aquazzura - not unlike the pair worn by Meghan Markle on the day her engagement to Prince Harry was announced.
The glowing bride-to-be chose a vibrant printed pink dress and teetering strappy sandals, as she enjoyed a dinner with family and friends on the eve of the ceremony. The lavish affair, in Alessandra's native Peru, follows the couple's intimate and chic registry office wedding in London last November.