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If you think one stunning wedding dress is enough, clearly you are not Beatrice Borromeo.

The Italian aristocrat and TV personality, along with husband Pierre Casiraghi (he's the son of Monaco's Caroline, Princess of Hanover), have now celebrated their "I Dos" over two weekends spanning both Italy and Monaco. And more nuptials means more bridal gowns. In fact, as of now her grand total is five.

So let's break down these show-stopping gowns one-by-one, shall we? On Saturday she donned two separate Armani Privé gowns. For her formal trip down the aisle on Isolino di San Giovanni—one of her family's islands—the bride dropped jaws in a delicate ivory gown with intricate Chantilly lace and a timelessly elegant, long-sleeved silhouette. Paired with a silk tulle veil, the bridal look was every inch as stunning and the bride herself, and created an unforgettably romantic moment.

Beatrice Borromeo, Wedding Dress

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Then later on that night she changed to another—and one might argue even better—Armani creation for the bride's wedding party ensemble at her family's Borromeo Castle. The custom silk tulle gown brought the drama with extraordinary draped detail that extended into a lengthy train, with two shoulder extensions adding to the volume and flare to the design. She finished the look with an ultra-chic high braided bun.

Beatrice Borromeo, Wedding Dress

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Not to be forgotten, the bride wore a bohemian-inspired sheer white gown for a pre-wedding party on Aug. 1 on Lake Maggiore, donning white flowers in her freshly curled hair. 

Beatrice Borromeo Wedding Gown

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And of course, you will recall last weekend when the lovebirds celebrated their nuptials at Monaco's Grimaldi Palace, the heiress donned an equally lavish Valentino wedding gown. The pale pink number might have been a stretch from traditional wedding white, but who cares? The sweet lacey number was just the right choice. Then later on in the evening, she slipped into another ethereal Valentino gown for the post-wedding bash.

She may not exactly be a princess, but Beatrice certainly looked like one on her wedding day(s). 

Beatrice Borromeo, Wedding Dress

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