Prince Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco registers for wedding gifts
Prince Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo have registered for their wedding gifts.
The son of Caroline, Princess of Hanover, is due to wed the Italian beauty later this week and a list of their ideal presents has been revealed.
According to Oggi magazine, the couple have chosen gifts from Czarina, including the likes of a flamenco-shaped salt and pepper set as well as a nutcracker shaped like a snail.
And for those looking for a gift which blows the budget a bit more, the newlyweds-to-be have listed a mobile bar, which stands at a pricey $14,000.
If family or friends would prefer to give a different style gift, the couple have also registered at Taschen bookstore in Milan, Italy, with one book they were interested in costing over $11,000. Strangely on their list is also a six-volume signed copy of the autobiography of Playboy magazine publisher, Hugh Hefner.
And if neither of these suit, Pierre and Beatrice – who will tie the knot in a civil ceremony at the Prince’s Palace in Monaco before a second wedding in Italy a few days later – have requested donations be made to the AMADE foundation children’s charity, which Pierre’s mother Princess Caroline is currently the president of.