Prince Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo have registered for their wedding gifts.
The son of Caroline, Princess of Hanover, is due to wed the Italian beauty later this week and a list of their ideal presents has been revealed.
According to Oggi magazine, the couple have chosen gifts from Czarina, including the likes of a flamenco-shaped salt and pepper set as well as a nutcracker shaped like a snail.
And for those looking for a gift which blows the budget a bit more, the newlyweds-to-be have listed a mobile bar, which stands at a pricey $14,000.
If family or friends would prefer to give a different style gift, the couple have also registered at Taschen bookstore in Milan, Italy, with one book they were interested in costing over $11,000. Strangely on their list is also a six-volume signed copy of the autobiography of Playboy magazine publisher, Hugh Hefner.
And if neither of these suit, Pierre and Beatrice - who will tie the knot in a civil ceremony at the Prince's Palace in Monaco before a second wedding in Italy a few days later - have requested donations be made to the AMADE foundation children's charity, which Pierre's mother Princess Caroline is currently the president of.
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