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Mrs Casiraghi, 31, who wed her 30-year-old husband in 2013, just landed herself on Forbes' 2015 World's Billionaires list at number 847, with an estimated net worth of .2billion, which she largely inherited from her Bavaria beer brewery owner grandfather, Julio Mario Santo Domingo, in 2011.
Power couple: Tatiana Casiraghi, 31, (right) who wed her 30-year-old husband Andrea Casiraghi (left) in 2013, made Forbes' 2015 World's Billionaires list at number 847, with an estimated net worth of .2 billion Mr Casiraghi - the eldest son of Princess Caroline and her second husband Stefano Casiraghi, and the eldest grandson of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and American actress Grace Kelly - did not appear on Forbes' rich list.
The ceremony was held within the walls of the Prince's Palace, an ornately decorated fortress originally built by the Genoese in 1215.
After their vows, taken in the shade of the palm trees overlooking Monaco's marina, the couple hosted an al fresco poolside lunch for their 350 guests.
Mr and Mrs Casiraghi, who, in addition to carrying out their royal duties, both support a number of children's charities and a cerebral palsy fund called the Motrice Foundation, waited a year and a half to publicly introduce their son Sasha to the world.
In November of last year, they appeared with him at Monaco's National Day celebrations at the Palais Princier de Monaco alongside the rest of the royal family, including Prince Albert and his then-pregnant wife Charlene.
They dated for seven years before tying the knot in a civil ceremony in Monaco on August 31, 2013.
The pair later hosted a second celebration in Gstaad, Switzerland on February 1, where they exchanged their vows in a candlelit Roman Catholic service.
The blonde aristocrat made Forbes' 20 Hottest Young Royals list in 2008, and was named the second most beautiful male royal of all time by Beautiful People in 2011.
Hers was the definition of a privileged upbringing; living in Geneva until she was 15, with summers spent in Bali, she studied first in Paris and then London, before completing her education with a masters in visual communications at the New School in New York.
She currently works as a stylist, running an online boutique named Muzungu Sisters – the word "muzungu" means traveller in Swahili – and is a regular on the front row at international fashion exhibitions.
When we think of trouble-free and laid-back love, we think of Andrea Casiraghi of Monaco and Colombian-Brazilian heiress Tatiana Santo Domingo.
From the moment the royal couple — Andrea is the nephew of current reigning Prince Albert and fourth in line to the throne — began dating in 2005, after meeting through Andrea's sister, Charlotte, their love has never been complicated.