Danielle Staub Is Engaged Almost 2 Weeks After Finalizing Divorce From Marty Caffrey

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Mar. 3 2019, Updated 1:23 p.m. ET

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Danielle Staub is heading to the altar once again! The Real Housewives of New Jersey star is engaged to her boyfriend of six weeks Oliver Maier. The news comes less than two weeks after she finalized her divorce from ex-husband Marty Caffrey.

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Us Weekly confirmed the announcement and the reality star's rep revealed that  the couple will get married on Monday, March 4, in New York City. This ceremony can technically be labeled as a "royal wedding" since Oliver is the Duke of Provence. Provence is a providence located in southeast corner of France.

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The 56-year-old mother of two will add the title of "Duchess" to her moniker after the wedding. The New Jersey native went public with her new man on Monday, February 25.

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A source revealed to AMI, "They had known each other socially for a bit, then got together in what turned out to be a whirlwind romance."

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The insider dished that Oliver and Danielle are vacationing in St.Barts and are planning to return to New York on Friday, March 1, to prepare for the wedding.

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Danielle was married to Marty for two months but split last July. She claimed he verbally and physically abused her.

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