2018 is a big year for royal romance! We’ve been treated to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day, but that’s not the only royal wedding (or engagement) to take place this year.
Read on for a look at every royal wedding and engagement of 2018.
1. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding
Perhaps the biggest royal news of the season, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got engaged in November 2017 and walked down the aisle on May 19, 2018. While Harry’s previously expressed a desire to keep the wedding as low-key as possible, the event was televised for the world to witness.
If you tuned in, you were able to see the world’s hottest real-life fairytale come to life.
Next: The daughter of a Balinese prince
2. Princess Lindy Klim and Adam Ellis’ upcoming nuptials
The niece of the King of Denpasar, Princess Lindy Klim, and her late father was a Balinese prince. Later this winter, she will marry her British fiancé, Adam Ellis.
Princess Lindy Klim isn’t your average princess. She, along with her three children from a previous marriage and one from her current fiancé, is a lot more down to earth than most royals. When Ellis marries Princess Lindy, he’ll have the option of taking on a Balinese title.
Next: Grace Kelly’s grandson proposed to his college sweetheart.
3. Louis Ducruet and Marie Chevallier’s romantic engagement
Princess of Monaco Grace Kelly’s grandson, Louis Ducruet, is engaged to his college sweetheart, Marie Chevallier.
He posted a photo of the proposal on Instagram and captioned it, “Let me introduce you the future madame Ducruet. She said yes and we are now engaged #withlove #engagement #proposal #iloveyou @mariehoachevallier.”
Next: Marrying for love (or maybe not) …
4. Princess Mako and Kei Komuro’s (possible) wedding
The daughter of Japan’s Prince Akishino, Princess Mako, might be giving up her royal title for love. She got engaged to her college sweetheart, Kei Komuro, and if she goes through with the wedding, she’ll have to give up her royal status. As of now, the couple is unsure if they should move forward or not.
“It is because of our immaturity and we just regret it. I wish to think about marriage more deeply and concretely and give sufficient time to prepare our marriage and for after the marriage,” the couple told CNN.
Next: These two royals are celebrating with an additional ceremony.
5. Prince Christian and Alessandra de Osma’s second ceremony
Prince Christian’s father is Prince Ernest August of Hanover, and Alessandra is the Princess of the Andes. The two are a favorite royal couple for both Germans and South Americans.
Christian and Alessandra were technically already married, but they had an additional ceremony on March 16th for religious purposes.
Next: Prince Harry’s cousin
6. Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank got engaged …
Shortly after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement was announced, so was Princess Eugenie’s. In January 2018, Princess Eugenie became engaged to her long-term boyfriend, Jack Brooksbank.
The two met on a ski trip at the Swiss resort, Verbier. Brooksbank used to manage a nightclub called Mahiki and is now the U.K. ambassador for Casamigos, a tequila company co-founded by George Clooney.
Next: Their wedding details
7. … and will also have a wedding in 2018
2018 marks a big year for the two, as they not only got engaged, but are set to walk down the aisle in the same year. The couple is set to tie to knot on Oct. 12. The ceremony will take place at St. George’s Chapel, the same place Prince Harry and Markle were married.
Once married, the princess will keep her royal title, but will have the option to take her husband’s surname if she desires.
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