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‘Real Housewives’ star Danielle Staub engaged for 21st time — who’s the lucky guy?

Danielle Staub is about to become a real housewife – again!

The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star, 56, went to Instagram on Monday to introduce her fans to her new friend, Oliver Maier, less than a week after her divorce became official.

“Mystery solved,” wrote Staub.

Fans barely had time to record the news before the couple got engaged on Thursday while on holiday in St. Barth, People reports.

The couple will also not have much time to enjoy their engagement. They will return home this weekend before marrying Monday with the justice of the peace in New York City. Staub’s friend and “RHONJ” co-star Teresa Giudice will be present for the ceremony.


When Staub says, “I do,” she will become a Duchess, married to the Duke of Provence. The family of Maier, who comes from the south of France, owns 15 vineyards and two castles. However, the duke works as managing director of a private equity company in New York. The two are planning to live in New York City and spend a few months a year in Paris.

The upcoming newlyweds were introduced in October by a mutual friend. Now, five months later, they are ready to tie the knot.

“I am madly in love,” Staub told People. “I feel excited and excited for the next phase of my life, I’m going to marry the man of my possible dreams, and hopefully I’ll spend the rest of my life my life in bliss.”

Monday marked the beginning of Staub’s fourth marriage of the 21 engagements. Her last marriage with Marty Caffrey lasted only four months. The couple married in season 2018 in season nine of “RHONJ” before Caffrey filed for a divorce in August.

Staub has two daughters, Christine and Jillian, from her second marriage with Thomas Staub. Maier, on the other hand, has been married before and has one child.

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