Prince Joachim's second wedding, to French Marie Cavallier took place in the church of Møgeltønder where the couple resided at the time, at Schackenborg Castle.
The Danish royals were driven from Graasten Slot to Møgeltønder. Among the 300 guests were:
Joachim's aunt, Catherine de Monpezat
Count Michael & countess Caroline Ahlefeldt-Laurvig-Bille
Rose Gad & Holger Foss
Per & Ulla Thornit
Joachim entered the church accompanied by his two sons, Nikolai (8) and Felix (5).
Arrival of the bride. Marie's gown was designed by Arasa Morelli. Her diamond earrings were a gift from her mother. Her diamond tiara was a gift from queen Margrethe II.
During the service prince Felix had trouble staying awake.