Monaco's royal newlyweds tour wedding exhibit

Princess Charlene of Monaco (L) and her husband Prince Albert II of Monaco arrive to visit the exhibition entitled "L'Histoire du Mariage Princier" (The story of the Prince's wedding) devoted to their marriage at the Oceanographic museum of Monaco, on July 21, 2011 in Monaco. The event runs until November 22, 2011. AFP PHOTO / VALERY HACHE (Photo credit should read VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images)
Princess Charlene and her husband, Prince Albert II of Monaco, arrive to visit an exhibition about their wedding at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, on July 21, 2011 .

(CBS) Newlyweds Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene, of Monaco visited Monaco's Oceanographic museum on Thursday to tour an exhibit devoted to their July 1-2 wedding at the prince's palace.

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Titled "L'Histoire du Mariage Princier" ("The Story of the Prince's Wedding"), the exhibit features the princess' Giorgio Armani wedding gown, the prince's white wedding uniform, the car in which they rode afte r the ceremony, and place settings from their wedding dinner, among other displays.

The couple was greeted in front of the museum by two children who presented the princess with a bouquet of white flowers. The princess wore a long blue, purple and white floral print sundress and sandals.

The exhibit opened the week after the wedding, while the couple was still honeymooning in South Africa, and will continue through Nov. 22.