Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall will hold a "wedding celebration" on March 5 at St Bride's Church on Fleet Street in London.
The couple, who announced their engagement on January 10 after a four-month courtship, will hold the celebration at the Christopher Wren-designed church, situated in the area previously known as the heart of London's newspaper publishing industry.
Claire Seaton from St Bride's told Reuters the pair will be married elsewhere but "will be having a service to celebrate the marriage."
Hall is expected to be in Australia in late 2016 for a production of The Graduate, reprising her role as Mrs Robinson.
However, ticket sales for the show's seasons in Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane have been suspended "pending further clarification from the producers".
The show's promoters were unavailable for comment.
Hall has been playing the sultry seductress character around the world, including tours to Perth and Melbourne, for more than a decade.
Jerry Hall as Mrs Robinson with Timothy Dashwood in a scene from The Graduate at Her Majesty's Theatre, in Melbourne, 2013. Photo: Angela Wylie
The Sydney season, in December, will be Hall's last appearance in the role.
In 2015 the NSW Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events, Stuart Ayres, said Destination NSW expected the show to deliver more than $1.6 million to the state's economy.
Murdoch, 84, the owner of News UK, has been married three times. Hall, 59, was the partner of Rolling Stones lead singer Sir Mick Jagger for more than 20 years.
Jerry Hall and Mick Jagger in 1982. Photo: Getty Images
St Bride's calls itself the "spiritual home of the media" despite Murdoch's role in leaving Fleet Street the "generic term for the nation's press", the church's website says.
In 1986, after approximately 6000 newspaper workers went on strike, Murdoch moved his print works to Wapping in east London.
"Within months the printing dinosaur that was Fleet Street was dead. By 1989 all the national newspapers had decamped as other proprietors followed Murdoch's lead," the church's website says.