A Royal wedding without the pomp and circumstance: Prince Jaime Bourbon-Parma of the Netherlands marries Viktoria Cservenyak
- The happy couple had married in a civil ceremony earlier this week
- Prince Jaime is the second son of Princess Irene and the late Carlos Hugo
- His new wife, Danish-born Viktoria is a writer and former lawyer
- The pair celebrated their wedding at the Church Of Our Lady At Ascension in Appeldorn
By Lizzie Edmonds and Steve Nolan
PUBLISHED: 11:48 EST, 5 October 2013 | UPDATED: 12:54 EST, 5 October 2013
This is the happy moment that Prince Jaime Bourbon-Parma and Viktoria Cservenyak waved to family and friends as husband and wife for the first time.
The Prince, the second son and third child of Princess Irene of the Netherlands and late Carlos Hugo, Duke of Parma, beamed as he left the church arm in arm with his bride.
His new wife Viktoria, a writer and former lawyer, raised her modest bouquet towards the crowd as friends and family threw yellow rose-petal confetti over the couple.
Joy: Prince Jaime Bourbon-Parma and Viktoria Cservenyak leave the church as husband and wife
Celebration: The happy couple smiled and waved at their family and friends, who threw yellow-petal confetti at the newlyweds
Delight: The beaming pair held hands and Prince Jaime punched the air in delight as they emerged from the church hand-in-hand
The newlyweds followed a page boy and flower girl, who wore outfits that complimented the bride and groom's chosen colour scheme.
The couple were officially married at a civil wedding ceremony in Wijk bij Duurstede that took place on October 3, but today's ceremony saw them celebrate with family and friends.
Another picture shows the Prince, who is a member of the Royal and Ducal House of Bourbon-Parma, tenderly kissing his new wife on the cheek outside The Church Of Our Lady At Ascension in Appeldorn, Netherlands.
Almost the entire Dutch Royal Family were present at the ceremony including King Willem - Alexander, Queen Máxima and their three daughters.
Tender: The Prince lovingly kisses his new wife on the cheek
Just married: The newlywed pair kiss, much to the delight of the crowd of well-wishers gathered outside the church
Celebration: The Royal couple had already tied the knot in a civil ceremony this week, but celebrated their nuptials with family and friends today
Prince Bernhard and his wife Princess Annette were absent as well as Princess Annemarie, the wife of Prince Carlos who is seven months pregnant and currently in hospital as a precaution.
A few hours earlier Viktoria who will be known as Princess Viktoria de Bourbon de Parme from today, arrived at the church - albeit 15 minutes late - and showed off her dress for the first time.
The elegant full-length gown, made by young Danish designer Claes Iversen, featured a full-length sleeve and a lace detail at the bottom.
Viktoria, who studied Dutch law at University, also wore with a long veil that stretched out behind her.
She was assisted by two bridesmaids, who wore cream coloured dresses with yellow detailing.
Beautiful: Viktoria Cservenyak arrives at the church today in a stunning full-length gown
All smiles: The newlyweds pose for pictures in front of other guests on a blue carpet outside the church
Beaming: Viktoria's bridesmaids fix the train of her dress as she poses for pictures in her elegant dress outside the church
Here comes the bride: Viktoria is helped into the church by her bridesmaids
Elegant: The bride, left, looked radiant in the dress, made by Danish designer Claes Iversen, while Prince Jaime was seen arriving at the church hand clutching his mother Princess Irene's hand
Grand entrance: Prince Jaime had arrived at the ceremony with his mother Princess Irene in an open top car
Arriving in style: Hungarian-born Dutch attorney Viktoria Cservenyak arrives at the church in Apeldoorn
Among the bridesmaids was Countess Zaria, the youngest daughter of Princess Mabel and Prince Friso who died after a year in a coma earlier this year.
The couple were greeted by crowds of well-wishers as they exited the church and they left in their car for Palace Het Loo, where a reception will be held, just before it started raining.
They held their civil ceremony earlier this week in Wijk bij Duurstede because Prince Jaime's mother Princess Irene lives there and his new bride also has ties with the region.
The couple choose to hold a second ceremony at Apeldoorn as Viktoria spent much of her childhood there and Prince Jaime has visited the area regularly in the past.
A ceremony fit for a king and queen: King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima seen at the church with their daughters Princess Amalia, Princess Ariane and Princess Alexia
Pretty: The King and Queen posed for a picture with their daughters upon arrival at the ceremony. All three of the young Princesses wore matching dresses
Happy: Dutch Princess Beatrix arrives at the Onze Lieve Vrouwe ten Hemelopnemingskerk, or Our Lady of Ascension Church, in Apeldoorn,
The city also has close ties with the royal family as a whole as it is the home of Princess Margriet and Professor Pieter van Vollenhoven since the 1960s.
In 2005 Prince Pieter-Christiaan, the third son of Princess Margriet and Professor Pieter van Vollenhoven married Anita Van Eijk at Het Loo Palace.
And in 1998 Prince Maurice, the eldest son of Princess
Margriet and Professor Pieter van Vollenhoven married in the city's
Princess Viktoria works at Rabobank and studied at the University of Utrecht and Nyenrode.
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