Another Monaco royal may be heading to the chapel! Last month, Princess Stephanie excitedly announced that her son Louis Ducruet had become engaged to Marie Chevallier, and now it's being reported that Princess Caroline’s daughter Charlotte Casiraghi said yes to a romantic proposal by film producer Dimitri Rassam. Princess Grace’s 36-year-old granddaughter was swept off her feet in the City of Love, Paris, says Vanity Fair. "Dimitri proposed it to her in Paris. And she, obviously, said yes," said a friend of the couple. "That's why they went together to the César awards gala and posed for the first time on the red carpet. They're serious.”
The pair’s respective mothers — Princess Caroline and French actress Carole Bouquet — have been friends for years. Dimitri Rassam was previously married to Russian model Masha Novoselova, whom he shares daughter Dasha with. Meanwhile the Monaco royal, 31, has never been married though she shares four-year-old son Raphaël Elmaleh with her ex-partner Gad Elmaleh.
News of the couple’s engagement comes days after Charlotte and Dimitri made their red carpet debut at the César Awards on March 2 in Paris. Princess Caroline’s daughter was on hand to support her love, whose film Le Brio was nominated, at the ceremony, which is the French equivalent to the Oscars. Since Charlotte and Dimitri’s romance came to light last year, the pair have traveled around the world, venturing to New York, Italy and Jamaica, among various places.
Back in 2015, Prince Albert’s niece opened up to the French magazine Philosophie about love saying, "I believe that the key to a long and happy relationship is when you both share a passion for the truth, for life.”