Memorable Royal Weddings
The upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton has much of the world in a royal tizzy. But they're not the first royals to receive star treatment on their wedding day.

Prince Charles & Lady Diana Spencer
So famous was Lady Diana Spencer's fairy-tale wedding gown from her 1981 marriage to Prince Charles that a book was published about it a dress double was auctioned for a high price years later
Crown Princeof Norway &Mette-Marit Tjessem Hoiby
Despite pre-wedding talk about the past of single mother and former waitress Mette-Marit Tjessem Hoiby, Crown Prince Haakon of Norway stood by his fiancéeand the couple was married at the grand Oslo Cathedral
: Prince Andrew & Sarah Ferguson
In 1986, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, were married at a famous Gothic church, and the couple's love story included romantic details like the prince's design of a ruby-and-diamond engagement ring . The marriage didn't last, but the details of their special day live on.
Princess Anne & Mark Phillips
Queen Elizabeth II's only daughter wore a silk Tudor gown and a diamond tiara that was her grandmother's when she married Lt. Mark Phillips in 1973
Princess Elizabeth & Prince Philip
Their 1947 wedding was a bright spot in post-World War II Britain. And Princess Elizabeth  and Prince Philip  eventually had four children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.
Crown Princess Victoria & Daniel Westling
The wedding of Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria and personal trainer Daniel Westling took place in a famous Swedish church, followed by a lavish banquet at the Royal Palace of Stockholm.
Prince Rainier III & Grace Kelly
Glamorous Hollywood beauty Grace Kelly (see iconic photos) gave up her career at age 26 to marry the Prince of Monaco in a lavish ceremony that was broadcast on television and seen by 30 million viewers.
Princess Caroline & Philippe Junot
Can a princess and a much older playboy find true love? That was the question when Monaco's Princess Caroline wed Philippe Junot in 1978.
Prince Naruhito & Princess Masako
The Japanese prince and his bride, a former diplomat, were married in a traditional wedding ceremony held in a Shinto hall in a major Japanese city. Check out wedding photos.
Prince Albert & Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
The bride began a Westminster Abbey tradition at their 1923 wedding (see photos), and the couple held their post-wedding breakfast at a historic palace. They later became king and queen.
Princess Margaret & Antony Armstrong-Jones
Their 1960 ceremony was the first royal wedding ever televised, and the groom (a well-known photographer) was given this royal title.

Prince Charles & Camilla Parker Bowles
When the longtime couple finally wed, it was at a historic town hall in the English county of Berkshire. The reception was held at a grand castle.
Princess Anne & Tim Laurence
Princess Anne's second marriage, to Navy Commander Tim Laurence, was a small family affair at a church near a castle in a country that's part of the U.K.

Prince Edward & Sophie Rhys-Jones
The queen's youngest son and a public relations agent wed in a small ceremony at a historic chapel attended by celebrities and royals.

Prince Felipe & Letizia Ortiz
Spain's crown prince married a beautiful television newscaster in a Roman Catholic ceremony at Catedral Nuestra Señora de la Almudena in Madrid. The wedding followed a secret romance.
Prince Frederick & Mary Donaldson
The heir to a 1,000-year-old Danish monarchy and the beautiful brunette native of Tasmania, Australia, wedat Copenhagen's Cathedral Von Frue Kirk on May 14, 2004.
Peter Phillips & Autumn Kelly
Peter Phillips, son of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips, met Canadian Autumn Kelly in the second-largest Canadian city, and the two were married in 2008 at St. George's Chapel
Prince Willem-Alexander & Máxima Zorreguieta
Prince Willem-Alexander married a glamorous and worldly Argentinian banker in 2002 despite the bride's father's controversial political leanings.
King Mohammed VI & Salma Bennani
For centuries, Moroccan kings have kept their weddings quiet, not allowing wives in the spotlight or designating a queen. So it was a huge break with tradition when King Mohammed announced he would marry a young computer engineer with flowing red hair.