|Photos: Semana (left) / SIP (right)|
The wedding of her second son wasn't the first time Archduchess Marie-Astrid recycled an old outfit for an important event. The pictures below show the born Princess of Luxembourg at three different weddings.
|Photos: Tom Wagner (left), Belga (middle), Hola (right)|
There are a couple of more examples of Archduchess Marie-Astrid repeating outfits to different events, she is the Luxembourgish Queen of Recycling so to speak, which just shows us that good taste never goes out of fashion.
But clothes sharing certainly isn't a new thing within the Grand Ducal family - nor limited to the oldest daughter of Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte - and sometimes it even crossed the border to neighbouring Belgium.
|Photos: SIPA (left), AGIP (right)|
Especially during the early years of Princess Tessy's marriage we could observe a similar clothes sharing phenomenon.
|Photos: Tom Wagner|
|Photos: Getty Images (left), Luxemburger Wort / Wort.lu (right)|
|Photos: Corbis (left), Cour grand-ducale (middle), Oreste-Schaller (right)|
Already the newest and soon-to-be newest members of the family are incooperated in the clothes sharing business of the Grand Ducal Family.
|Photos: Semana (left), PPE (right)|
|Photos: Semana (left), Luxemburger Wort / Wort.lu (right)|
Other clothes sharing examples at the wedding included the gala outfit of Princess Maria-Anunciata of Liechtenstein. Seems like Anunciata rummaged in her aunt's clothes closet to bring out this pea green and purple taffeta monstrosity from 2003. Well, to each her own, or better have a look at the muted section of the wardrobe next time. Also, Archduchess Marie-Christine wore a fur-trimmed cape that looked strinkingly similar to one also worn by her mother.
[Also check out Luxarazzi 101: Royal Recycling and Clothes Sharing Revisited!]