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New Prince Monument is Inaugurated by Prince Albert II and Princess Caroline

New Prince Albert I Monument is Inaugurated by Prince Albert II and Princess Caroline

The Sovereign Prince and the Princess of Hanover recently inaugurated a monument in tribute to Prince Albert I, created by Italian artist Giuseppe Ducrot, outside the Albert I High School in Monaco-Ville.

Crafted in white ceramic and standing over 5 metres tall, the monument features a bust of Prince Albert I at its centre and commemorates the centenary of Prince Albert I’s death.

“In our world today, where the environment is under threat, where the human values that are key to any policy are too often ignored or are called into question, the messages contained in Prince Albert I’s pioneering work have, more than ever before, something critical to teach us,” said Prince Albert II.

Prince Albert II sends an Official Dispatch to the President of Israel

On 9 October, Prince Albert II sent the following dispatch to Isaac Herzog, President of the State of Israel.

“Mister President,

I learned with horror of the terrorist attacks affecting your country and of which there are numerous victims, some cut down in their youth.

My thoughts go out, in sadness and dismay, to the families of the missing people as well as those injured and taken hostage.

I fervently hope that the peoples of the Mediterranean basin can unite around the values of peace, justice and respect, so that they can keep these barbaric acts in check.

I assure you and the Israeli people of our support and compassion in this cruel ordeal.


Princess Caroline inaugurates the 54th Floral Competition

The Princess of Hanover inaugurated the Garden Club of Monaco’s 54th International Floral Competition, which took place in the Riva tunnel on 7 and 8 October. Seventy participants from across Europe created bouquets on the theme of the circus. Colourful arrangements depicted trapeze artists, tightrope walkers, clowns and circus animals in honour of Prince Rainier III and his love of the circus.

Dazzling arrangements were created by amateurs and professionals from Monaco, Italy, France and Switzerland. Organized by the Garden Club of Monaco, which is chaired by HRH the Princess of Hanover, the 54th competition brought together a special jury made up of professors, international authors and specialists in Floral Art from around the world.

On 7 October, Princess Caroline presented the winners of several categories with their gold, silver and bronze medals. Special prizes included the General Grand Prize as well as the Princess Grace of Monaco Prize.

Princess Caroline awards the Winners of the Pierre Foundation’s 2023 Prizes

Chaired by the Princess of Hanover, the Prince Pierre Foundation announced its winners on 10 October during an awards ceremony at the Opéra Garnier. Princess Caroline presented prizes to internationally renowned figures in contemporary literature, music and art. The Prince Pierre Foundation was established in 1966 by Prince Rainier III in homage to the memory of his father, Prince Pierre, a great patron of literature and the arts.

Princess Caroline and Charlotte Casiraghi attend 60th AMADE Anniversary Dinner

Princess Caroline of Hanover, Charlotte Casiraghi, Dimitri Rassam and Carole Bouquet attended the 60th AMADE Anniversary Dinner at the Opera Garnier on 14 October.

In 1963, after being particularly moved by the situation affecting Vietnamese children, Princess Grace created the AMADE World Association of Children’s Friends.

“Now boasting a network of partners deployed over four continents, AMADE helps more than 40,000 of the most vulnerable children each year,” says Princess Caroline.

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