(CBS) Prince William's wedding to Kate Middleton (now Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge) has come and gone, but there are two more royal weddings on the horizon.
First up is Prince Albert II of Monaco's wedding to Charlene Wittstock, a South African former Olympic swimmer.
The pair announced their engagement on June 23, and Wittstock converted to Roman Catholicism in anticipation of the marriage.
Albert and Wittstock were originallyin a civil ceremony on July 8 and a religious ceremony on July 9, but later pushed the dates up to July 1 and 2. The date change allows the couple to attend the International Olympic Committee meeting in Durban, South Africa, from July 5 until 9.
The civil ceremony will take place in the Throne Room at the Prince's Palace, and the religious ceremony will be held the next day in the palace's main courtyard.
Later that month, royal wedding watchers will turn back to Britain as Queen Elizabeth II's eldest granddaughter, equestrian Zara Phillips, marries rugby player Mike Tindall. They announced their engagement on Dec. 21.
Phillips, the daughter of Princess Anne, is 13th in line for the throne. She and Tindallin Edinburgh, Scotland, at Cannongate Kirk on July 30. A reception will follow at Holyroodhouse - the official residence of the Queen when she visits Scotland.
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