In order to anticipate interest by everyone in the Prince’s schedule of visits and presentations, the Prince’s Palace has communicated in publicized reports that the Prince’s “program of activities has not been affected in any way …..after having benefited from a rapid intervention programmed on the scalp.” It is a visible intervention but which does not affect his public agenda. The Palace stated via the reports “…..it is a rapid intervention planned on the scalp for a benign pathology, requiring the establishment of stitches.”
Prince Albert II already continued on April 25 onto the ancestral land of his Princely family, in Granville (Normandy), to inaugurate the new exhibition of the museum Christian Dior, in honour of his mother Princess Grace.
For the 90th anniversary of the Princess Grace of Monaco, the Christian Dior Museum presents a collection of dresses, photos, and designs for holiday decorations – as well as correspondence, extracts of films and flasks of perfumes which decorated the bathroom of the princess.
Prince Albert’s busy schedule has included an inauguration in the Principality, of the new private school (Francis d’Assisi Nicolas Barré) FANB and the Sovereign also participated in the 1st edition of the Oceanographic Museum Festival – a whole day of activities on the theme of ocean preservation which includes their brand new tour “The Odyssey of Marine Turtles”.