By Cliff Renfrew - Radar Reporter
Those royal weddings just keep coming!
Controversial Prince Albert of Monaco is set to marry his girlfriend Charlene Wittstock.
The couple will wed in a 40 minute civil ceremony at the Royal Palace Friday before having a more public Catholic church service in Monte Carlo on Saturday in celebrations that are costing an estimated $90 million.
The couple will exchange vows before a star-studded guest list which will include Naomi Campbell, Karl Lagerfield, Roger Moore and French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
Albert, 53, who is the son of Hollywood screen legend Grace Kelly, will wed Wittstock, 33, amid a back-drop of scandals swirling around the couple.
Albert and his bride-to-be attended a free public concert by The Eagles Thursday night at the Louis II stadium amid rumors in the French press that Charlene had been getting cold feet.
The Prince has two love children a son, Alexandre, by former air hostess Nicole Coste from Togo and a 19-year-old daughter Jazmin, whose mother is Tamara Rotolo an American real estate agent.
A Paris news magazine even claimed that bride-to-be Wittstock had her passport seized to stop her leaving the country after she tried to catch a flight at Nice Airport but these claims were denied by the Prince’s lawyer Thierry Lacoste.
Neither of Albert’s two acknowledged children is expected to take part in either ceremonies.