10.27.2011

Bhutan wedding caps year of royal nuptials

(CBS) What year is really married!

Now, 31 years young king, Bhutan, Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck, was married to a regular television series Jetsun Pema ceremony for the country that have been waiting for this day since King attended Oxford, crowned five years ago.

Photos: royal wedding in Bhutan

Thousands of Bhutan from nearby Barrio joined the king and queen at their wedding in a garden outside the walls of the holy monastery of most countries, where the list of traditional dancers performed routines for the new couple.

The parties are only the latest in a long series of ceremonies to put 2011 in the history books as the "Year of the royal wedding."

First is the 29 April unity Prince William, second in line to the throne, and plain Kate Middleton, was given the title of Duchess of Cambridge.

Millions of people around the world watched on television as the two exchanged vows at Westminster abbey, and then left in a horse-drawn carriage for rotation of the party at Buckingham Palace in London.

William, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, is the son of Charles, Prince of Wales and the late Princess Diana.

Three months later, his cousin Zara Phillips to marry rugby star Mike Tindall on 30 July in Scotland with a reception at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, the Queen.

An accomplished rider, Phillips Queen's eldest grandson, was born the only daughter of Queen, Princess Anne.

Also in that month was a three-day wedding parade in Monaco, as the head of the kingdom, Prince Albert II, Charlene Wittstock to marry nobility, a former Olympic swimmer from South Africa.

Both exchanged vows for the first time in a private civil ceremony July 1 at the palace throne room and then on July 2 ceremonies attended by royalty, heads of state and hundreds of guests in the courtyard.

The summer also saw Prince Georg Friedrich Ferdinand of Prussia, married Princess Sofia of castle Isenburg in Potsdam, August 27, 2011.

Prince of Prussia, is the current head of the Imperial House Hohenzollern, the last ruling dynasty of the German Empire and the Kingdom of Prussia. He is the heir to great-great-grandchildren and Wilhelm II, last German Emperor and King of Prussia, who was overthrown and, initially, went into exile in Germany's defeat in World War I. 1918.

Finally, Princess Nathalie zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg old married his partner Alexander Evangelical Stadtkirche Johannsmann on June 18, 2011, in Bad Berleburg, Germany. Princess has a relationship with the royal family of Greece and Denmark.

Bride of 35 years, daughter of Princess Benedicta of Denmark, sister of Danish Queen Margrethe II.

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