Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 31, may be the ultimate royal heartthrobs but they are not the only glamorous young royals around - a few new faces are in the making.
First there was Princess Madeleine of Sweden (the daughter of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia), who married American-British banker Christopher O'Neill. The two wed at the royal castle in Stockholm on 8 June.
And now the Monaco royal family is next in line, with Andrea Casiraghi set to enter holy matrimony.
The eldest son of the principality's hereditary princess, Caroline, the Princess of Hanover, will tie the knot with Colombian socialite fiancée, Tatiana Santo Domingo, on 31 August, the Associated Press confirmed.
Casiraghi, 29, is also the eldest grandchild of former Hollywood actress Grace Kelly, who completed her own fairytale story by marrying Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956. He was officially engaged to Tatiana, six months elder, in July 2012, after dating her for seven years.
The soon-to-be royal couple welcomed their first child, a baby boy named Sacha, in March. And once legitimised by the wedding of his parents, Sacha will be third in line to Monaco's throne; after his grandmother, Princess Caroline, and father.
Casiraghi's unmarried younger sister, Charlotte Casiraghi, is expecting her first child with her fiancé, French actor and comedian Gad Elmaleh, by the end of this year.
Meanwhile, as we await wedding photos of Andrea Casiraghi and Tatiana, here are a few archival photos of the couple...
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