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Filet of mullet tops menu at royal wedding dinner

A picture shows waiters working at the Opera Terraces before the dinner following the religious wedding ceremony of Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco on July 2, 2011. Getty Images

(CBS/AP) After the ceremony ,uniting Monaco's Prince Albert II in marriage with Charlene Wittstock about 450 select guests tucked into a multi-course gala prepared by celebrated French-born chef Alain Ducasse.

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Filet of golden mullet and a vegetable medley ``arranged to portray a landscape typical of the coast of the Riviera,'' according to a statement, was the main event at the three-course meal, where everything besides the South African wines and Champagnes were sourced from within a six-mile radius of Monaco.

Ducasse, who like many in his tax bracket has taken citizenship in Monaco, is the first chef to earn three Michelin stars in three different cities, including three for his Louis XV restaurant in the principality.

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