Time for a noble wedding: Early last month, on April 2, Prince Charles-Adrien de Mérode married Guadalupe de Lascurain Corcuera. Charles-Adrien, or Chaz, is the son of Prince Charles-Louis de Mérode and his wife née Countess Clotilde d'Oultremont. You might recall that we already covered the weddings of his sisters Blanche and Marguerite a few years ago and so it's no surprise that Luxembourgish (and likely Liechtenstein) attendance was plentiful.
Both Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, who was one of the witnesses and held a speech in Spanish, and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie travelled to Mexico City, the bride's home, for the wedding. They were joined by Prince Félix and Prince Sébastien and likely a few other members of the Luxembourg and Liechtenstein families, considering that there were about 600 guests. One relative who was there was Count Amaury de Lannoy, brother of the Hereditary Grand Duchess.