Crown Prince Guillaume greets Archbishop Jean-Claude Hollerich at the entrance to the cathedral with Grand Duchess Maria Teresa
Tourism Minister Françoise Hetto-Gaasch at the front with partner, followed by sports and agricultural Minister Romain Schneider with partner, and Business Minister Etienne Schneider
Bridesmaids from left Antonia Hamilton, niece to Stéphanie, and sister-in-law Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg
(CS) While Stéphanie's arrival at the Cathedral was the most anticipated one of the day, international royals and politicians from Luxembourg flocked to the Notre-Dame Cathedral for the wedding on Saturday morning.
Government ministers, parliamentary deputies and representatives of Luxembourg's administrations were invited to the wedding in the Luxembourg City Centre.
From before 10am guests were arriving at the Cathedral. Among them were high-profile politicians such as Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker and Chamber President Laurent Mosar.
The line-up of guests was completed by the arrival of royal families from around the globe. The Scandinavian royals were among the first to arrive, and joined members of the Grand Ducal and de Lannoy families.
Crown Prince Guillaume arrived together with his mother Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, shortly before the bride arrived at the Cathedral together with her brother Count Jehan de Lannoy who led his youngest sister to the altar.