The former couple tied the knot with two weddings in June 2019
Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam are reportedly separating after four years of marriage, according to European media reports.
Rumors of the split began circulating in the press last week. According to French outlet Le Figaro, however, the couple "have not yet confirmed" the story.
PEOPLE has reached out to a representative for the pair for comment.
Charlotte, 37, and Dimitri, 42, tied the knot with two wedding ceremonies in June 2019. Charlotte, a Chanel brand ambassador and granddaughter of the late Princess Grace, and Dimitri, a film producer, coupled up in December 2016 and got engaged during a ski trip in March 2018. They welcomed son Balthazar, now 5, in October 2018, and Charlotte is also mom to son Raphael, 10, with her ex, comedian Gad Elmaleh.
A source tells PEOPLE that Charlotte prefers Monaco, where her children attend school. But Dimitri's work requires him to be in Los Angeles, Paris and other locations.
French magazine Voici was among the first to speculate on the split, running the cover line “It’s Over.”
According to the outlet, Charlotte called for the separation in December. The magazine said the couple “had been going through a crisis for some time” because of Dimitri’s demanding work schedule.
In November 2023, Charlotte stepped out solo to attend Monaco National Day with her children, where they joined her mother Princess Caroline, uncle Prince Albert, aunt Princess Charlene and other members of the Monegasque royal family.
Charlotte and Dimitri were spotted out and about together earlier in the fall, including the traditional Monaco picnic with Raphael and Balthazar in September and the AMADE Anniversary Dinner at Monte Carlo Opera Garnier in October.
Charlotte is the only daughter of Princess Caroline and her second husband Stefano Casiraghi, who died in a boating accident in 1990. Charlotte is currently 11th in line for the Monegasque throne, following her elder brothers Andrea, Pierre, and all of their young children. Balthazar follows her as 12th in the line of succession because his parents wed after his birth. Under Monaco’s civil code, children are allowed to enter the line with a subsequent marriage, sanctioned by the reigning sovereign.
Dimitri is the son of French James Bond actress and model Carole Bouquet and is known for his work on The Little Prince and both of The Three Musketeers films from French production company Pathé. He was previously married to Russian model Masha Novoselova.
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Charlotte and Dimitri wed in a civil ceremony in the Palace Throne Room in Monaco on June 1, 2019, and celebrated again with a religious service and private reception in Provence, France on June 29. The bride wore a strapless Chanel gown and paid tribute to her grandmother Princess Grace by wearing the same three-strand Cartier diamond necklace that the Hollywood star received as a wedding gift when she married Prince Rainier in 1956.
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