He’s a senior member of the Serbian royal family, while she’s a graphic artist who shows off her love of travel on Instagram.
And now Prince Philip of Serbia has married fiancée Danica Marinkovic in a lavish wedding ceremony in Belgrade on Saturday.
Danica, 30, looked stunning in an elegant white gown with billowing sleeves and a sweeping train, which was adorned with a large bow at the front.
The happy couple wore elaborate crowns as they exchanged their vows during a traditional ceremony at the city’s cathedral.
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Prince Philip of Yugoslavia has married to Danica Marinkovic in a lavish wedding ceremony in Belgrade, Serbia
The couple looked delighted as they were showered with petals on leaving the cathedral
The pair shared a kiss in front of well-wishers after tying the knot in a grand ceremony
Philip, 35, looked dashing in a morning suit, which he wore with a white waistcoat and tie.
The pair both looked delighted as they were showered with rose petals on leaving the church as husband and wife, before sharing a kiss in front of crowds of well-wishers.
Other European royals also attended the grand event, including Queen Sofia of Spain and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden.
Philip announced that he was engaged to his girlfriend earlier this summer, alongside a photograph of the couple beaming on the steps of Belgrade’s Royal Palace.
Danica, 30, looked stunning in an elegant white gown with a long sweeping train at the back
Philip had announced that he was set to marry graphic designer Danica earlier this summer
The couple tied the knot in front of their high society wedding guests, as well as other European royals
A statement from the palace read: ‘Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander, Crown Princess Katherine and Princess Maria da Gloria Orleans-Braganza have great pleasure to announce that HRH Prince Philip is engaged to Ms. Danica Marinkovic, daughter of Mr. Milan Marinkovic – Cile and Mrs. Beba Marinkovic.’
Philip, who has a twin brother, is the second oldest child of Crown Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia’s sons.
The senior Serbian royal was educated in the UK and now works in finance in London.
Philip and Danica posed with their guests outside the Belgrade cathedral after the nuptials
The couple both wore elaborate crowns during the traditional ceremony on Saturday
Danica, who is known for her love of fashion, looked every inch the beautiful bride in a white gown with billowing sleeves
Philip meanwhile looked dapper in a morning suit, complete with white waistcoat and tie
Philip and Danica posed with their guests outside the catherdral, including Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (second from right), Queen Sofia of Spain (third from right) and Prince Alexander of Yugolsavia (far right)
Meanwhile, Danica – whose father is a respected impressionist painter who has worked with designer Roksanda Ilincic – is no stranger to the high life, with photos showing her enjoying a never-ending series of sun-kissed holidays in Seville, Milan and Croatia.
Born in Belgrade, she is officially a French citizen and, like Philip, studied in the UK, graduating from the Chelsea College of Arts in London before embarking on a successful career as a designer.
Serbia – formerly part of Yugoslavia – is now a republic but its once-exiled royal family have lived in Belgrade’s Royal Palace since 2001.
The couple flashed wide smiles as they were greeted by well-wishers outside the cathedral
The newlyweds were driven on to their reception in a vintage car following the ceremony
Danica was seen smiling at cameras as they headed off to celebrate their marriage
The grand ceremony was attended by Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (left) and Queen Sofia of Spain (right)
Victoria looked elegant as ever in a pale pink frock, while Sofia opted for a green jacket accessorised with a large pearl necklace
Victoria was seen carrying a candle during the ceremony attended by senior European royals
Philip looked delighted as he looked up at the sky following the stunning wedding ceremony
The prince, who was educated in the UK, looked emotional during the church ceremony
Philip, who has a twin brother, is the second oldest child of Crown Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia’s sons
The prince, who has previously rubbed shoulders with William and Harry, was educated in the UK and now works in finance in London
Danica, who was born in Belgrade, is officially a French citizen and also studied in the UK
Serbia – formerly part of Yugoslavia – is now a republic but its once-exiled royal family have lived in Belgrade’s Royal Palace since 2001