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Grace Kelly's Granddaughter Is Reportedly Getting Married This Summer-Here's Everything We Know

All the details on what Casiraghi-Grace Kelly's granddaughter-has planned for her big day.
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Monaco's Charlotte Casiraghi, Princess Caroline's daughter and Princess Grace's granddaughter, is set to tie the knot this summer with her film producer beau Dimitri Rassam. Here, all the details on the upcoming wedding.

THERE WILL BE A CIVIL CEREMONY BEFORE THE BIG DAY.

Sources told People that the legal ceremony will take place on June 21 or 29 in Monaco, a little ahead of the religious celebration later this summer.

THE DATE IS REPORTEDLY SOMETIME IN JULY.

Per People, invitations will be sent out mid-May for the wedding. The details are still being worked out, but it seems Casiraghi and Rassam are looking to settle on a day in July for their nuptials.


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Casiraghi and Rassam arrive at the 2018 Rose Ball.

IT COULD BE A DESTINATION WEDDING.

Hello! reports that the couple are planning to say "I do" in St. Remy de Province, a commune in the south of France. That would make sense, as Casiraghi spent a large portion of her childhood there.

However, sources have told People that the couple are also considering getting hitched on the island Pantalleria, off the coast of Sicily. Rassam's mother, Carole Bouquet, has a vineyard on the Mediterranean isle.

THE COUPLE'S CHILDREN MAY BE INVOLVED IN THE CEREMONY.

As summarized by Hello!, German publication Buntereported that Casiraghi's five-year-old son (from her relationship with comedian Gad Elmaleh) will be a pageboy. Casiraghi's cousins, Prince Albert's twin four-year-olds, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, will also be in the wedding party.

Rassam has a seven-year-old daughter from a previous marriage, but it's not clear yet how or if she'll be included in the ceremony. (Casiraghi and Rassam also have a child together—but at only five months old, little Balthazar is likely too young to take part in the wedding.)

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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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