Princess Charlene of Monaco releases slick video promoting her anti-rhino poaching campaign and says she’s ‘rediscovered her love for Africa’ – after missing No Time To Die screening in Monte Carlo with Prince Albert
Princess Charlene of Monaco has released a stylish video promoting her anti-poaching campaign from her South African bolthole – after missing a Geen tyd om te sterf nie screening in Monte Carlo with her husband Prince Albert.
In die clip, which was shared to Instagram vandag, the former Olympian, 43, said she has ‘rediscovered her love for Africa’ while undertaking her Rhino conservation initiative in her native Suid-Afrika.
Yesterday Prince Albert, 63, attended a charity screening of the new James Bond film at the Monte Carlo Opera, in his latest in a string of public appearances without his wife.
Charlene has spent the past several months in South Africa being treated for an ear and throat infection she contracted in May, following a sinus lift and bone graft procedure she’d undergone prior to her arrival in preparation for dental implants.
As gevolg daarvan, the mother-of-two missed her 10 year wedding anniversary and is not expected to return to the principality until October, after undergoing a ‘four-hour operation under general anaesthesia’ in Augustus – although it was not made clear whether this was linked to the sinus infection.
Despite Charlene being admitted to hospital earlier this month after a ‘sudden collapse’ rumours are rife that a rift with Prince Albert, rather than health issues, is what’s keeping her away from Monaco.
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Princess Charlene of Monaco (op die foto) has released a stylish video promoting her anti-poaching campaign from her South African bolthole – after missing a No Time To Die screening in Monte Carlo with her husband Prince Albert
In die clip, which was shared to Instagram today, the former Olympian (op die foto), 43, said she has ‘rediscovered her love for Africa’ while undertaking her Rhino conservation initiative in her native South Africa
Yesterday Prince Albert (op die foto regs, with Sharon Stone), 63, attended a charity screening of the new James Bond film at the Monte Carlo Opera, in his latest in a string of public appearances without his wife
In the slick video for her campaign, a narrator said: ‘The pictures of her Serene Highness Princess Charlene with the animals and rangers sparked massive interest in rhino conservation worldwide.
‘The princess wants to fan a spark in the flames about awareness of conservation and the importance of reconnecting with nature.
‘”This entire experience moved me”, said the princess. “I connected with amazing people and spoke to the local trackers and anti-poaching units who all have an incredible passion for protecting our rhinos and environment.”
‘She continued: “It filled me with immense joy to reconnect with the African people and spirit of them. I was fascinated to learn more about the areas history and culture.
‘”How fitting to rediscover my love for Africa at the aptly named Thanda meaning Love in the Zulu language.”
‘After seeing the princess and the rhinos at Thanda Safari on Instagram, the world wanted to know what’s happening with the rhinos, why they were being dehorned and how they could protect the rhinos.’
Charlene has spent the past several months in South Africa being treated for an ear and throat infection she contracted in May, following a sinus lift and bone graft procedure she’d undergone prior to her arrival in preparation for dental implants
As gevolg daarvan, the mother-of-two missed her 10 year wedding anniversary and is not expected to return to the principality until October, after undergoing a ‘four-hour operation under general anaesthesia’ in Augustus – although it was not made clear whether this was linked to the sinus infection
Gisteraand, Prince Albert was joined on the red carpet by actress Sharon Stone, 63, for a first look at the eagerly anticipated James Bond release – Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as the iconic secret agent.
The Sovereign Prince of Monaco looked suitably dapper in a white tuxedo jacket that even Bond would be proud of as he posed for photos alongside the Stone.
It was their second joint appearance in less than a week, with both having previously attended the 2021 Monte Carlo Gala for Planetary Health on September 23. Charlene was noticeably absent from the event.
It comes just weeks after Prince Albert hit back at rumours of a rift in his marriage – insisting Charlene ‘didn’t leave in a huff’ and remains in South Africa only because of ‘medical complications’ following a ‘severe ear, nose and throat infection’.
The royal told People that the speculation over the state of his relationship with the Olympic swimmer, 43, has ‘affected’ them both, but that he didn’t address it early because he ‘was concentrating on taking care of the kids’.
Charlene, who wed the prince in 2011 and has two children, six-year-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, with Albert, has been in her native South Africa for several months after contracting the infection in May.
Despite Charlene being admitted to hospital earlier this month after a ‘sudden collapse’ rumours are rife that a rift with Prince Albert, rather than health issues, is what’s keeping her away from Monaco
In the slick video for her campaign, a narrator said: ‘The pictures of her Serene Highness Princess Charlene with the animals and rangers sparked massive interest in rhino conservation worldwide’
She is not expected to return to her husband’s principality until October after experiencing complications related to a sinus lift and bone graft procedure she’d undergone before her trip for dental implants, according to the magazine.
The mother-of-two has apparently since had several corrective procedures – including one in late June that resulted in her missing her 10th wedding anniversary on July 1 and a four-hour long operation on August 13.
Op September 1, Charlene was admitted to a local hospital after suddenly ‘collapsing’. She was later released but doctors are ‘still establishing exactly what happened’, according to a statement from Chantell Wittstock, director of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation.
Speaking to People, Albert gesê: ‘She didn’t leave Monaco in a huff! She didn’t leave because she was mad at me or at anybody else… She didn’t go into exile. It was absolutely just a medical problem which had to be treated.’
He added that his wife had planned to travel to South Africa to reassess her foundation’s work and to spend time with her brother and friends.
But the ’10-day maximum stay’ has lasted several months because of the infection, which the prince said resulted in ‘all these medical complications’.
Gisteraand, Prins Albert (pictured with his children) was joined on the red carpet by actress Sharon Stone, 63, for a first look at the eagerly anticipated James Bond release – Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as the iconic secret agent
Yet the last time Charlene was spotted in Monaco was in January, and the extended time apart from her husband and two children has sparked speculation about the state of the royals’ huwelik.
Albert admitted he ‘probably should have addressed’ the rumours sooner, but was ‘concentrating on taking care of the kids’ and believed they would just ‘go away’.
Wednesday’s charity screening was organised by the Princess Grace Foundation to support emerging talents in theater, dance and film.
For the sum of $2,500 (£1,862) guests were given an exclusive opportunity to attend the event, with a screening of the latest Bond film followed by a dinner in the Monte Carlo Casino lounge.
The event also pays tribute to Sir Roger Moore, wat oorlede is in 2017 op die ouderdom van 89 and memorably played Bond seven times – more than any other actor.
‘Of course it affects her, of course it affects me,’ he told the magazine. ‘Misreading events is always detrimental… We’re an easy target, easily hit, because we’re in the public eye a lot.’
Charlene, 43, who was last seen in Monaco in January, shared professional photographs of a reunion with her family on Instagram last month (op die foto)
How Charlene and Albert made solo outings in South Africa and Monaco during seven months apart
Januarie 27 – Charlene is saam met Albert op die foto vir die Sainte Devote Ceremony in Monaco.
Maart 18 – Charlene is pictured at the memorial for the late Zulu monarch, Koning Goodwill Zwelithini in die KwaKhethomthandayo Royal Palace in Nongoma, Suid-Afrika
April 2 – Charlene plaas 'n Instagram -foto van haarself, Albert en hul tweeling Jacques en Gabriella vir Paasfees.
Dit is onbekend waar die beeld geneem is.
Mei 8 – Albert, Jacques and Gabriella attend a Grand Prix event in Monaco without Charlene
Mei 10 – Albert attends Monaco Gala Awards in Monaco without Charlene
Mei 18 – Charlene shares her first picture from her conservation trip in South Africa
Junie 1 – Prince Albert II, Jacques and Gabriella attend event at Oceanic Museum in Monaco
Junie 3 – New photos emerge of Charlene on her conservation trip
Junie 5- Charlene puts on a united front as she shares a photo with her family to mark her niece’s fifth birthday with her brother’s family and Albert and the twins in South Africa
Junie 7 – Albert and the twins attend the World Rugby Sevens without Charlene
Junie 17 – Prince Albert attends Red Cross Summer concert in Monte Carlo with his sister Princess Caroline of Hanover
Junie 18 – Prince Albert appears alone Monte Carlo TV Festival
Junie 24 – Die stigting van Charlene stel 'n verklaring bekend waarin gesê word dat die koninklike nie kan reis nie en dat hy prosedures vir 'n oor ondergaan, neus en keel infeksie
Julie 2 – Charlene en Albert vier afsonderlik hul 10de bestaansjaar. 'Hierdie jaar is die eerste keer dat ek nie saam met my man op ons herdenking in Julie is nie, wat moeilik is, en dit maak my hartseer,’ Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene said in a statement.
Julie 3 – Albert appears with glamorous niece Charlotte Casiraghi at the 15th international Monte-Carlo Jumping event, which is part of the Longines Global Champions Tour of Monaco,
Julie 27 – Prince Albert attends Olympics alone in Tokyo
Augustus 13 – Charlene undergoes a four-hour operation. The reason is not announced
Augustus 25 – Charlene shares photos of Prince Albert, Gabriella and Jacques visiting her in South Africa
Charlene and Albert reunited in August for the first time in months after the monarch and their children flew to South Africa, but photographs of the pair embracing were branded ‘awkward’ by a body language expert.
In onlangse weke, lifestyle magazines across Europe have speculated feverishly that the royal couple could be headed for divorce. French magazine Madame Figaro stated the images ‘failed to convince the Monegasques’ amid reports Charlene is looking for a house in Johannesburg.
Volgens The Telegraph, the magazine asked: ‘How long can she remain away from her children, her duties?’
‘How long will the fight against rhinoceros poaching remain the Princess of Monaco’s top priority?
‘How long will Albert II of Monaco go on bearing this affront, which is becoming ridiculous?’
Historian Philippe Delorme said that ‘lots of people got the impression it was an arranged marriage’ between Charlene and Albert, toevoeging: ‘Albert chose a wife who resembled his mother, and Charlene clearly felt very ill at ease in this Grace Kelly role they wanted her to play’
The mounting speculation about the couple’s marriage comes after Charlene shared professional photographs of her reunion with Prince Albert online, saying she was ‘thrilled’ to have her family back.
Sy shared a series of photos cuddled up with her kids in South Africa with the caption: ‘I am so thrilled to have my family back with me (Gabriella decided to give herself a haircut!!!) Sorry my Bella I tried my best to fix it,’ referring to her daughter’s choppy fringe.
However a body language expert told FEMAIL Charlene showed ‘no emotional bond’ towards her husband Prince Albert in the images.
Judi James said that rather than being the loved-up reunion photo one would expect of a couple surrounded by split rumours, die koninklikes’ poses suggested ‘no signs of connection between awkward-looking Albert and Charlene’.
Charlene has been in South Africa since at least March, with media reports suggesting she is looking for a house there.
Die prins, wat reeds twee buite -egtelike kinders onderhou, is alleged to have been in a relationship with a Brazilian woman which resulted in a daughter in 2005.
Die stelling, wat sy prokureurs as 'bedrog' afgemaak het, is veral pynlik omdat hy destyds met Charlene uitgegaan het, having met in 2000.
Egter, Charlene has publicly supported her husband, and the palace have reiterated she is only in South Africa because she’s unable to fly.
Op Augustus 13, the Monaco palace released a statement saying Charlene was to undergo surgery.
Dit lees: ‘Princess Charlene will undergo an operation today, Vrydag, Augustus 13, for four hours under general anaesthesia.’
The princess will not return to Monaco until at least the end of October.
Princess Charlene, who has been well enough to conduct interviews from South Africa and has been seen out and about, has used the time to promote her anti-poaching initiative, Chasing Zero.
Charlene’s last formal engagement was on January 27 when she joined Albert for the Sainte Devote Ceremony in Monte Carlo. Sy is sedertdien nog nie by die huis gesien nie.
In plaas daarvan hou sy volgelinge opgedateer deur middel van plasings op sosiale media en media -onderhoude, in which she has spoken candidly about missing her children and described her husband as ‘her rock’.
Mamma se seuntjie: Princess Charlene poses with her son Jacques, who is heir to the Monaco throne
Play time! Twins Jacques and Gabriella climb a tree in one of the photos shared on Instagram
Speaking to South Africa Radio 702’s host Mandy Wiener, het die koninklike gesê: ‘[Dit is] baie frustrerend, vreeslik frustrerend. Ek kan nie wag om terug te kom na hulle nie, Ek kan nie wag om my kinders te sien nie.’
Charlene revealed: ‘It’s the longest period I’ve actually been away from Europe, let alone my children, but I’m FaceTiming them most days and they’ve been here and will be returning to see me again after my procedure.
‘It’s an amazing opportunity [to be here] but I’m very sad I can’t be with my children this summer in Europe.’
She added that she was initially only supposed to be in her native South Africa for ten to 12 days for a conservation trip with her Princess Charlene of Monaco foundation.
Egter, the royal had a problem ‘equalising her ears’ and was told by a doctor that she was suffering from a serious sinus infection.
‘It’s taken time to address the problem that I’m having,’ explained Charlene. ‘I cannot go into full detail, but I cannot force healing so I will be grounded in South Africa until the end of October.
Charlene’s (saam met haar gesin op die foto) last formal engagement was on January 27 when she joined Albert for the Sainte Devote Ceremony in Monte Carlo. Sy is sedertdien nog nie by die huis gesien nie
‘The reason being I cannot fly above 3,000 metres otherwise I’ll have a problem with my ears.
‘I feel well, I feel good, it’s just obviously a waiting game for me, but I’ve had a great opportunity to understand a little bit more about South Africa, the environment, the needs and it’s been wonderful to be back in South Africa, and I think at this time it’s crucial that people are aware of certain things via my foundation.’
Charlene joined the video interview from bush country in the KwaZulu-Natal region.
She has also shared videos released by the Monaco royal palace to mark her and Albert’s 10th wedding anniversary, which took place in July. The couple spent the milestone thousands of miles apart.
Maar koninklike bronne het voorgestel dat die prinses geen planne het nie’ om binnekort terug te keer. A palace source told Paris Match: 'Die prinses het, vir tyd en wyl, in werklikheid, geen voorneme om terug te keer nie.’
Last Monaco outing together: Charlene and Albert were last pictured together at an official event together in January at the Sainte Devote Ceremony in Monaco. Albert has made a few visits to South Africa since
Former Olympic swimmer Charlene reportedly tried to flee Monaco for her native South Africa on three separate occasions before the royal wedding. She was seen in floods of tears on her wedding day in 2011 (op die foto)
Die skeiding beïnvloed ook Charlene se verhouding met die mense van Monaco.
Stéphane Bearn uses an impeccably sourced piece in the latest Paris Match to discuss the torturous separation.
Hy beskryf hoe onderdane in Monaco toenemend kwaad word oor hul weglopende prinses, terwyl hulle alles kritiseer, van Charlene se buierigheid tot haar voorkoms.
Princess Charlene’s trials and tribulations in the Monaco royal family
1987 – Bea Fiedler, 'n Duitse toplose model, beweer haar seun Daniel was die prins se seun.
1992 – 'N Amerikaanse burger rig 'n vaderskapgeding teen die prins aan, beweer dat hy die pa van haar dogter was, Jazmin Grace.
2000 – Prinses Charlene ontmoet prins Albert tydens die Mare Nostrum -swemkompetisie in Monte Carlo
2005 – In Mei, 'n voormalige stewardess beweer dat haar jongste seun, wat sy Alexandre Grimaldi-Coste genoem het, was prins Albert se kind. Sy verklaar dat sy ouerskap bewys is deur DNS -toetse wat die Monegasque -regering versoek het.
Aan 6 Julie, 'n paar dae voor hy op die troon was 12 Julie, bevestig die prins amptelik via sy prokureur Lacoste dat Alexandre sy biologiese seun was.
2006 – Nadat 'n DNS -toets die kind se ouerskap bevestig het, Albert erken, via verklaring van sy prokureur, dat hy die pa van Jazmin Grace is.
2010 – Prinses Charlene en prins Albert kondig hul verlowing aan
2011 – Prinses Charlene het twee dae voor die koninklike troue vasgebyt nadat sy gehoor het dat prins Albert 'n derde liefdeskind tydens hul verhouding gehad het. Daar word beweer dat Charlene drie keer probeer het om huis toe te vlug na haar 'gereelde huwelik', op 'n stadium skuil in die ambassade van haar land in Parys.
Daar word gesê dat amptenare in Monaco haar teruggedwing het deur 'n ooreenkoms tussen die prins en sy huiwerige bruid te bewerkstellig dat sy hom 'n wettige erfgenaam sou gee.. Daarna sou sy uit vrye wil kon vertrek.
Tydens die troue, Charlene was in trane, terwyl haar man onbesonne kyk. Later in die jaar, Prinses Charlene het erken dat sy 'baie eensaam' gevoel het’ in Monaco
2012 – Na bewering was prinses Charlene 'depressief'’ by haar versuim om haar man van 'n wettige erfgenaam te voorsien.
2014 – Swangerskap is in Mei aangekondig. In Desember het Charlene geboorte geskenk aan die tweeling prinses Gabriella en die troonopvolger prins Jacques.
2017 – Prinses Charlene besoek Afrika, vertel die media: 'Ek is Afrikaans, en dit is my erfenis. Dit sal altyd wees. Dit is in my hart en in my are.’
2019 – In 'n seldsame onderhoud, Prinses Charlene het erken dat dit 'soms moeilik is om te glimlag'’ en het gesê dat die jaar 'baie pynlik' was in 'n ander onderhoud, sy het gesê dat sy moederskap 'uitputtend' vind’
2020 – Charlene debuteer met 'n skokkende halfgeskeerde haarstyl. Daar word aangekondig dat prins Albert van Monaco in die nuwe jaar in die hof sal verskyn om te beweer dat hy 'n derde liefdeskind gehad het met 'n geheime vriendin voordat hy met sy vrou, prinses Charlene, trou..
2021 – Januarie 27 – Charlene is saam met Albert op die foto vir die Sainte Devote Ceremony in Monaco. Dit is die laaste keer dat sy hierdie jaar in Monaco gesien is.
'In Monaco, sedert die vertrek van Charlene, tonge het losgemaak,’ Mnr Bearn skryf. 'In die warrelwind van 'n hardnekkige hof, haar fyn glans vryf af. Haar hartseer voorkoms word as afgesaagd beskou.
'Teleurgestelde Monegaske praat oor haar woede, haar grillerige buie, wat net so veranderlik is soos haar hare.’
Hy het bygevoeg: 'Die paleis moes 'n lydende prinses so gereeld aanroep dat die Monegaske dit vandag moeilik vind om te glo. By crying wolf, die ma van Jacques en Gabriella sou haarself gediskrediteer en geïsoleer het.’
During her trip, Charlene also debuted a dramatic new shaved hairstyle.
She showcased the ‘French crop’ hairdo – featuring a longer strip on top of the head and dramatically shaved back and sides – in snaps shared on her charity’s Instagram page in late May.
The royal first stepped out with a dramatic half-shaved head in December 2020 but has since gone even shorter and bolder with the cut.
Charlene en Albert se huwelik is van die begin af geteister deur gerugte.
Die egpaar het mekaar ontmoet tydens die Mare Nostrum -swemkompetisie in Monte Carlo 2000, kondig hul verlowing aan 2010.
Die voormalige Olimpiese swemmer Charlene het na bewering drie afsonderlike geleenthede voor die koninklike troue probeer ontvlug uit Monaco vir haar geboorteland Suid -Afrika, nadat sy ontdek het dat Albert na bewering 'n liefdeskind gehad het – sy derde – terwyl hulle saam was.
Volgens amptenare van Monaco het sy haar teruggetrek deur 'n ooreenkoms tussen die prins en sy huiwerige bruid te bewerkstellig, gesê dat sy kan vertrek as sy hom 'n wettige erfgenaam gegee het.
Een bron het destyds gesê: 'Charlene sal 'n erfgenaam verskaf, dan as dit nie goed gaan nie, sy sal 'n ruim egskeidingsregeling ontvang sodra sy 'n ordentlike tyd uitgedien het.’
Charlene is gesien in trane op haar troudag in 2011.
Net 'n jaar na hul troue, daar is berig dat Charlene 'depressief' was’ by haar versuim om haar man van 'n wettige erfgenaam te voorsien.
Haar swangerskap is in Mei aangekondig 2014, en in Desember daardie jaar het sy geboorte geskenk aan die tweeling prinses Gabriella en die erfgenaam van die troon prins Jacques.
In die 10 jare sedert, Charlene has rarely spoken publicly of her experience.
In 2017, die prinses het 'n emosionele terugkeer na Afrika gemaak, waar sy gepraat het oor hoeveel die kontinent vir haar beteken.
'Ek is Afrikaans, en dit is my erfenis. Dit sal altyd wees. Dit is in my hart en in my are,’ het sy aan Eyewitness News gesê.
Verlede jaar het sy erken die lewe is 'baie pynlik', sê: 'Ek het die voorreg om hierdie lewe te hê, maar ek mis my familie en my vriende in Suid -Afrika en ek is dikwels hartseer omdat ek nie altyd daar kan wees nie.’
Dit was 'n onstuimige begin van die jaar vir die koninklike, nadat nuus verskyn het dat haar man 'n vaderskapsgeding in die gesig staar weens 'n liefdeskind wat in die vroeë jare van hul verhouding gebore is.
Die 34-jarige eiser-wat om regsredes nie genoem kan word nie-sê sy het 'n passievolle verhouding met Albert gehad, wat gelei het tot die geboorte van hul dogter - wie se naam ook geklassifiseer is - in Julie 4, 2005.
Albert het 'n handgeskrewe brief van die kind ontvang, wie is nou 15, in September verlede jaar lees: 'Ek verstaan nie hoekom ek sonder 'n pa grootgeword het nie, en nou dat ek jou gevind het, jy wil my nie sien nie. ’
Regsdokumente is ook ingedien, terwyl advokate van die eiser Albert versoek het om 'n DNS -toets te ondergaan - net soos hy gedoen het voordat hy uiteindelik geïdentifiseer is as die vader van twee buite -egtelike kinders wat in die 1990's en vroeë 2000's gebore is.
In Januarie, Charlene het vir die eerste keer sedert die aantygings in die openbaar gepraat, Vertel Point of View: 'As my man probleme ondervind, hy vertel my daarvan. I often tell him, “Maak nie saak wat nie, maak nie saak wat nie, Ek is duisend persent agter jou. Ek sal by jou staan, wat jy ook al doen, in goeie tye of in slegte tye.”
Die ma van twee het verder gesê dat sy ook gereeld vir haar man sê dat sy hom sal 'beskerm'’ en 'sal altyd aan sy sy wees.’
Charlene, wat in Suid -Afrika grootgemaak is en die land verteenwoordig het by die 2000 Olimpiese Spele in Sydney, travelled to Thanda Safari in KwaZulu-Natal in January to learn more about being done by the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation South Africa to help save rhinos from poachers.
Die prinses het deelgeneem aan bewaringsoperasies, waaronder monitering en opsporing van renosters, ontplooiing met die eenheid teen stropery, opvoedkundige natuurlewefotografie sessies, en 'n White Rhino pyl en onthoring oefening.
Keeping up appearances! How Monaco’s royal palace released a series of videos showing Prince Albert and Charlene’s romance while they were thousands of miles apart
While Charlene hasn’t returned to Monaco since October, the royal court has released a series of videos celebrating the love story of Prince Albert and Princess Charlene.
The latest video was shared on Instagram as part of a series of clips celebrating the couple’s 10th anniversary, which took place on 1st July.
Entitled ‘One Country, One Family,’ the sweet footage focuses on Princess Charlene, 43 and 63-year-old Albert’s twins, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques, ses.
The heartwarming video follows Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques as they take their first steps in Monaco’s public life – from the very moment their proud parents introduced them to the public from the palace’s balcony following their birth on December 10, 2014.
Die tweeling’ baptism follows, including a series of footage where the adorable newborns accompany their parents throughout Monaco’s annual events – including Sainte Devote celebrations.
The slickly-produced videos capture the twins as they turn from quiet babies to independent six-year-olds, attending their country’s national events with the poise of seasoned royals.
Among other moments captured is Princess Gabriella taking the mic from her mother’s hands during an event when she was two, and the twins enjoying a ride a merry-go-round.
The twins have been part of Monaco’s public holidays since their birth, including the Principality’s national day in 2015, op die foto
The Royal Palace of Monaco has released a new video highlighting the important place the children of Princess Charlene, 43 and Prince Albert, 63, hold in the heart of Monaco’s public life. Twins Princess Gabrielle and Prince Jacques were born on December 10 2014 and were presented to the public a few days later, op die foto
Alongside the video, an accompanying post reads: ‘Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene watch over Their children’s first steps into official life, which is closely associated with the history and traditions of Monaco.’
‘Every year, Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella take part in the festivities of the cavagnetù, the back-to-school picnic, the setting ablaze of the boat of Saint Devote, the Principality’s patron saint, elke 26 Januarie, en in Junie, they attend the batafoegu, the bonfire lit on the Palace Square for St John’s Day.’
Dit gaan voort: ‘Visits to the elderly, sporting events, awareness-raising operations for the protection of nature.’
‘The Marquis des Baux and the Countess of Carladès, now six years old, tenderly guided by Their Parents, discover the major events that punctuate the official calendar and celebrate the links between Monegasques and the Prince’s Family,’
‘On 19 November 2020, they joined the National Day ceremonies organised in the Cour d’Honneur of the Grimaldi residence for the first time.’
Days before Monaco’s royal palace has released another video celebrating Prince Albert and Princess Charlene’s joint engagements.
Die video, titled ‘work together for a more sustainable and inclusive future’, was released on the palace’s Instagram account yesterday and shows the couple on state visits, at charity events and rubbing shoulders with Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry.
The official Palais Princier de Monaco Instagram account has also shared a video titled, ‘two paths, one destination’, charting Charlene and Albert’s lives before they met each other.
The clips cover the fanfare that surrounded Albert’s birth, his time on the Monaco Winter Olympic bobsleigh team and his early years as a working royal, as well as Charlene’s journey from South African schoolgirl to Olympic swimmer.
Die 1 minuut 50 second video ends with Albert clapping Charlene at the Mare Nostrum swimming competition in Monte Carlo in 2000, where the two first met.
In early July, Princess Charlene shared a slickly-produced video documenting her koninklike troue to Prince Albert on Instagram, a day after the couple spent their 10th anniversary apart.
The two-minute long video, getiteld 'Hoofstuk 1: 'N Nuwe prinses vir Monaco', on her official account this morning.
Klaar vir klassieke musiek, die videomontage bied 'n kykie agter die skerms van die buitengewone tyd, moeite en koste om die huwelik van die egpaar in Julie op die planke te bring 1, 2011. Die volgende dag is 'n godsdienstige seremonie gehou en 'n tweedaagse nasionale vakansiedag is verklaar ter viering van die geleentheid.
Clips show Charlene and Alber, exchanging vows in front of close family and friends in the Throne Room of the Prince’s Palace, en 'n soen op die balkon van die paleis tot vreugde van 'n juigende skare. Die egpaar het ook saam op die verhoog verskyn tydens 'n vieringskonsert vir die publiek.