Just when you thought Arab royal weddings couldn't get any fancier, news about a Saudi princess' ceremony made its way to the public. 

Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel, former wife of billionaire Prince Al Waleed bin Talal, tied the knot with Khalifa bin Butti al-Muhairi on September 9 in Paris, aka "the city of love."

The not-so-public ceremony saw a number of famed individuals in attendance including American talk show host Oprah Winfrey and TV personality Gayle King.

The mentioned celebrities, according to The Daily Mail, have worked with the Saudi princess in her philanthropic efforts over the years. 

According to The Daily Mail, invites were sent out to guests during the summer. 

"And like any fairytale, this invitation is just the beginning," the bottom of the invite read.

Winfrey and King both uploaded photos and videos to their Instagram accounts during their stay, mentioning their attendance at a "friend's wedding."

The wedding is said to have taken place at the Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, a French residence located just outside of Paris. 

According to the exclusive media report by The Daily Mail, "cameras were banned" inside the wedding venue. 

"We love Paris"

Screenshot from the Instagram video uploaded by Winfrey Source: Instagram/Oprah Winfrey

"After a fabulous weekend that implied a Royal wedding," the wedding photographer wrote in an Instagram caption

In September, it was reported that a Saudi princess was "robbed of her jewels" in Paris

In September, a Saudi princess reported the theft of jewels worth $930,000 from her hotel suite in Paris, a police source said.

The woman - whose identity has not been revealed - was staying at the five-star Ritz hotel in Paris. According to media reports, there were no signs of forced entry into the suite when the heist took place.

Some media reports have claimed that the unidentified princess could have been Al-Taweel herself. However, the claim has not been confirmed by any sources.

The incident was not the first robbery to take place at the luxury hotel this year. In January, armed robbers seized millions of dollars worth of merchandise from the hotel's jewelry shop.