A HONG KONG woman has captured the heart of Prince Joachim of Denmark, one of Europe's most eligible bachelors. Prince Joachim, 25, second son of Danish Queen Margrethe, will marry Alexandra Christina Manley, 30 - who was born and raised in Hong Kong - in Denmark in November. 'He's lovely and absolutely down-to-earth,' sister Martina Manley said of the prince. 'He can make anyone feel perfectly comfortable,' she said. Ms Manley is described by friends and family as being confident, cool and 'very much in love'. She is the daughter of Richard Manley, who has retired, and Christa Manley, a manager of a communications company. Ms Manley and her sisters, Martina, 25, and Nicola, 27, attended Island School. Before the prince, second in line to the Danish throne after Crown Prince Frederik, met Ms Manley, a GT Management investment fund manager, he was known as one of Europe's playboys. The couple met in the territory last year.