Prince Casimir Sain-Wittgenstein-Zine married American model Alana Bunte. The marriage took place on June 1, but it is only now in the public domain. They exchanged vows at Zain Castle in Bendorf.
In the fairy tale for the couple they passed the streets of the small town under the accompaniment of a brass orchestra and small bulls.
The bride chose a clean white dress with long sleeves from Spanish designer Jorge Aquunia, with a long lace veil and a bright tiara, combined with exquisite pearl earrings. The groom had a three-piece suit with a yellow waistcoat.
She accepted the dress, taking an asymmetrical white dress with one shoulder and a long sleeve decorated with ostrich feathers. This choice greatly emphasized the slender figure of the bride.
Bounte lives in London, where she studied art and design at St. Martin's University. The couple met in the British capital four years ago and in 2017 announced the engagement.
For Prince Kazimir, this is a second marriage. Previously, he was married to Corina Sain-Wittgenstein until 2005. He was then linked to the famous New Yorker Tinsley Mortimer from 2009 to 2010.