The Dutch royal family were out in force on Saturday to witness the union of Princess Beatrix‘s nephew Prince Jaime of Bourbon-Parma and Viktoria Cservenyak.
Queen Maxima was seen wearing a stunning purple and navy outfit, a large indigo hat and gloves as she arrived at the church with her husband King Willem-Alexander and their three daughters, Princess Catharina-Amalia, Princess Alexia and Princess Ariane.
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Wearing a dark pink hat, jacket and skirt King Willem-Alexander’s mother Princess Beatrix attended the wedding, as did her son Prince Constantijn, his wife Princess Laurentien and their children Eloise Sophie, Claus-Casimir, Leonore Marie.
Beatrix’s daughter-in-law Princess Mabel, who is the widow of Prince Friso, arrived at Our Lady at Ascension church in the Dutch city of Apeldoorn with her two daughters, Luana and Zaria.
Prince Jaime is the son of Beatrix’s sister, Princess Irene, who accompanied her son to the church wearing a bright red outfit. Irene’s husband and Jaime’s father Prince Carlos Hugo sadly passed away on 28 August 2010.
Jaime, 40, and Hungarian-born Dutch lawyer Viktoria, 31, had already tied the knot in a civil ceremony earlier in the week.
The prince, who works for the Dutch foreign ministry, specifically chose wedding rings made from fair trade Peruvian gold to match Viktoria’s engagement ring according to !‘s sister publication, HOLA!.
Upon leaving the church the excited newlyweds were showered in yellow and white confetti before making their way to Het Loo Palace for their wedding reception and banquet.