Andrea Casiraghi and Tatiana Santo Domingo have already tied the knot, legally, in a civil ceremony in Monaco. The civil wedding legitimated their son, Sacha, and he is now third in line to the Monegasque throne.
Five months after their August 31 civil wedding in Monaco, the couple will have a religious wedding, a Roman Catholic ceremony on February 1 in Gstaad, Switzerland. The ceremony will take place at 7:00 p.m., at St. Nicholas de Myre. There is a Protestant church with this name in Rougemont, Switzerland, not far from Gstaad. There is also a St. Nicholas Chapelle, at Le Rosey in Gstaad.
Tatiana attended Le Rosey, the most expensive boarding school in the world. The winter campus is located in Gstaad.
The celebrations will take place, according to one article, over a three day period. The first, a fondue party at 8 p.m., on January 31 at the , will be held at the Berghaus Eggli, a world renown restaurant located in the mountains above Gstaad. The final event will be a brunch on February 2nd at 2 p.m. at Gstaad's Palace Hotel.
Hola, the weekly Spanish magazine, is reporting that the church wedding may take place on January 31 at St. Josef's, a Roman Catholic church in Gstaad.
None of this has yet been confirmed by the Princely Palace or Princess Caroline's office.