(CBS News) There's another royal wedding coming up.
His Royal Highness Prince Guillaume, the Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg, is engaged to marry Countess Stephanie de Lannoy.
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker announced the engagement to the parliament and government this week before calling a press conference to inform the media.
He said the wedding would take place later this year but it would not be a national holiday. Citizens have until May 4 to offer messages of congratulations in books at the Grand Ducal Palace and the castles of Berg and Fischbach.
Heir apparent to the crown of Luxembourg, the 30-year-old prince is the eldest child of Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg and his wife, Cuban-born Grand Duchess Maria Teresa. He has three brothers and a sister.
The 28-year-old bride-to-be is the daughter of Count Philippe de Lannoy and Countess Alix (nee della Faille de Leverghem). She was born in Belgium's East Flanders province and now lives in Brussels. She has studied in France, the U.K. and Russia.
The couple met about five years ago through relatives and have been dating for six months.