Royals Camilla Joins Other European Royals to Watch Duke of Wellington's Daughter Get Married in Stunning Society Wedding The Duchess of Cornwall and former King of Spain were in attendance as Lady Charlotte wed Alejandro Santo Domingo on Saturday in Spain By Andrea Park Published on May 29, 2016 02:05 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Solarpix/PacificCoastNews Lady Charlotte Wellesley’s wedding was quite the star-studded affair. The daughter of the Duke of Wellington married Alejandro Santo Domingo at the Church of the Incarnation in Granada, Spain, in front of guests including the 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. Wellesley, who got engaged to Santo Domingo in July, looked stunning in a cream, off-the-shoulder, long-sleeved gown with a long train. She wore a long, delicate veil and carried a bouquet of artfully arranged white flowers and greenery. 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.