The wedding's simply the world's youngest king
Not flashy, gaudy as many people imagine a royal wedding, the wedding ritual Buddhist king of Bhutan has a very simple place in an ancient monastery in the ancient capital of Punakha today (13/10).
Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck King was walking down the throne to place the crown on top bride Jetsun Pema (21).
When the monks chanting, the king returned to his position, Pema also sat next to the throne as the new queen of Bhutan.
After the brief ceremony, the king and bride holding hands into 300 year old monastery in the ancient capital of Punakha to receive praise from everyone.
Without the participation of heads of state or the prince that only members of the royal family of Bhutan wedding was broadcast live on national television.
Bhutan King, graduated from Oxford University and was dubbed the "Prince of the Himalayas charm." He was familiar bride Jetsun Pema (21) 14 years ago during a trip. Ms. Jetsun Pema is studying at Regents College in London and was the second son in a family of civilians in the capital Thimphu.