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Another royal wedding: Saudi prince marries Englishwoman

(CBS) A royal wedding in England has come and gone - no, not Prince William and Kate Middleton's. This one involved a Saudi prince who married an Englishwoman in Oxford.

Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan al-Saud tied the knot with Lucy Cuthbert, the niece of the Duke of Northumberland, in front of a handful of guests, according to Britain's News of the World.

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Instead of a lavish ceremony, the pair reportedly wed at the Oxford Register Office, at a cost of just 167 British pounds.

The 33-year-old prince is the grandson to the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and heir to a share of billions of dollars in oil wealth, according to News of the World, while Cuthbert's uncle, Ralph George Algernon Percy, reportedly has a fortune estimated at 300 million pounds and owns Alnwick Castle in Northumberland - the setting for Hogwarts in the "Harry Potter" films.

The bride wore a short white dress with a cream jacket, while the groom wore a gray three-piece suit and striped tie. According to the report, the pair arrived in a chauffeured car and departed in a bus with their friends after the ceremony. (The Oxford Times has a photo of the happy couple after the wedding.)