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By PEOPLE.COM/ERIN HILL
Updated May 31, 2016 @ 2:00 pm
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Here comes the bride, all dressed in–green?

Lady Charlotte Wellesley, the daughter of the Duke of Wellington, married Alejandro Santo Domingo, 39, on Saturday at the Church of the Incarnation in Granada, Spain, in front of guests including Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and former King of Spain Juan Carlos I.

Singer James Blunt was also in attendance. His wife Sofia Wellesley is Lady Charlotte's cousin.

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The blushing bride, 25, stunned in a cream, off-the-shoulder, long-sleeved gown with a long train by Emilia Wickstead. With her hair in an elegant bun, she wore a long, delicate veil adorned with polka cots and carried a bouquet of artfully arranged white flowers and greenery.

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She also added another green detail to her wedding day look when she slipped on a pair of green heels. The olive-colored shoes matched the sashes worn by the bridal party.

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Lady Charlotte's parents are the Duke of Wellington and Princess Antonia of Prussia, a descendant of Queen Victoria and relative of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

The Santo Domingos, a Colombian family of billionaire businessmen, are also very well-connected with both the fashion and royal world. In 2013, Alejandro's niece Tatiana married Andrea Casiraghi, the son of Caroline, Princess of Hanover, and nephew of Prince Albert II of Monaco. In 2008 Alejandro's brother (and Tatiana's father) Andres married to Vogue editor and Moda Operandi founder Lauren Santo Domingo, who was also at the wedding.