Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding (or Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's, for that matter!) isn't the only impending royal union. According to Hola!, Charlotte Casiraghi, Grace Kelly's granddaughter and the daughter of Princess Caroline of Monaco, will soon marry her longtime boyfriend, Dimitri Rassam. Charlotte confirmed the news by flashing her engagement ring during the couple's first official event.
A People source alleged that the couple is will tie the knot in July and that they became engaged three weeks ago while on a family ski vacation in Austria. Charlotte, who is eighth in line to Monaco's throne, has yet to formally confirm the happy news herself.
Charlotte and Dimitri reportedly began dating in December 2016, after they were introduced by mutual friends at a dinner. She slyly confirmed the relationship with her beau, a film producer, in March 2017 after wearing a vintage black dress that her mother had once worn while attending a Monaco event with Dimitri's mother (and former Bond girl!), Carole Bouquet. Since then, the pair have shared residences in Los Angeles, Paris, and Monaco and are said to have a great deal in common. Both graduated from the Sorbonne University in Paris and have a child from a former relationship.
This isn't the only engagement Monaco's royal family has seen this year. Charlotte's cousin Louis Ducruet just announced his intentions to wed to his girlfriend Marie Chevallier at the end of February. To add to the happy news, Charlotte is about to celebrate the birth of a new niece or new nephew. Her brother Pierre Casiraghi and his wife Beatrice Borromeo are currently expecting their second child, who will arrive in May.