Princely couple signed wedding documents with special pen

Monaco's Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene signed their official wedding documents with a specially-created Montblanc fountain pen made of solid white gold. The pen's cap and barrel are engraved with a rhomb-shaped pattern and set with 161 rubies and 128 diamonds, reflecting the colours of the Monegasque state. The 18K gold nib is engraved with a dove, rings and crown. The Montblanc emblem on the top of the cap is made of mother-of-pearl.

Thank you to Janelle Muratori at Mission US for providing this information and the photo below. (Sorry, the other photos she provided disappeared when the blog moved to a new host.) Image © Eric Mathon – Palais princier

5 Replies to “Princely couple signed wedding documents with special pen”

  1. It really make me think they were not happy the day they were celebrating their marriage. May be is tere an arrengmente behind the ceremony? Time will speak

  2. The pen looked fabulous and very elegant, hope Prince Albert and Charlene have a wonderful, quiet union ahead. But what about the allegations that she attempted several times to live Monaco weeks before the wedding because of the Prince's alleged love child?The news sound so upsetting to Charlene that she looked forlorn on her wedding day.

  3. of course they were happy.
    Now you all should stop those stupid gossips.
    Let them live their love and be happy.
    The wedding, I have to say, was much more beautiful than the english one.
    OK ?

  4. Please stop gossiping about the Monaco Royals. Charlene and Albert are in Love and we should wish them well. No two Royal families are alike, stop comparing them with Prince William and Kate Middleton. I wish them Love, Happiness and a long and Happy Life together with many children.

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