Tomorrow -September 22 -- Prince Dominik zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg and Countess Olga zu Castell-Rüdenhausen will be married in a civil ceremony at Rüdenhausen. The marriage will be conducted by Rüdenhausen's mayor Gerhard Ackermann.
Prince Dominik is the youngest child of the Prince and Princess of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg and Olga is the daughter of the Count and Countess of Castell-Rüdenhausen.
The Castell-Rüdenhausens are a Lutheran family although the bride's mother, Countess Maria of Schönborn-Wiesentheid is Roman Catholic. The Löwensteins are Roman Catholic. The groom's mother, Princess Anastasia of Prussia, who was raised Lutheran, converted at the time of her marriage to Prince Aloys in 1965.
Only close family will attend the reception after the civil ceremony.
Countess Olga was born at Würzburg in 1987. She received a BA in Global Communications in 2009, where she majored in Marketing at the American University in Paris. She minored in Business Administration. Three weeks ago, she received her Master's degree in Corporate Social Responsibility.
Prince Dominik, 29, has a Bachelor of Art's degree in Communication Studies and Business Administration. He works in Hamburg for a company that invests in new energy sources and agriculture and forestry.
After their honeymoon, the newlyweds will live in Hamburg.
The religious wedding will take place on Olga's mother's family property in Sintra on October 6.
The couple first met at a New Year's Party on December 31, 2009.