Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella received their Seadventures Summer Camp diploma on 15 July, during an awards ceremony attended by their parents, Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene. Both children were presented with two gold medals, to commemorate the end of their week of training.
The camp, organized by the Yacht Club of Monaco helped the Princely twins discover sailing and raise awareness about the marine world. Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella also participated in an introductory course in diving and water rescue at the Monegasque Sea Academy – Aquatic Rescue and Diving Centre of Monaco.
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene receive Maison Van Cleef & Arpels at Princely Palace
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene received a few guests from Maison Van Cleef & Arpels, for a cocktail in the gardens of the Prince’s Palace. The French luxury brand, founded in 1906, specializes in fine jewelry, watches & fragrances. On this occasion, the guests were able to discover the new Alhambra creations in support of the Princess Grace Foundation-USA. Brisa Carleton, CEO of the Princess Grace Foundation was also in attendance.
Princess Charlene unveils Palace’s restored Renaissance Frescoes
HSH Princess Charlene recently reopened the doors to the recently refurbished Grand Apartments of the Prince’s Palace and unveiled the Renaissance frescoes to the public, which have undergone several years of restoration work. Princess Charlene also paid a special visit to tourists visiting the magnificent salons of the Prince’s Palace, who were eager to take selfies and meet the Princess.
Princess Caroline and Charlotte Casiraghi visit Christian Berard exhibition in Monaco
Princess Caroline and Charlotte Casiraghi visited the new “Christian Bérard, Excentrique Bébé” exhibition at the New National Museum of Monaco’s Villa Paloma. The exhibition continues the NMNM program of exhibitions dedicated to the revolutionary aesthetics developed by Serge Diaghilev in Monte-Carlo. The cross-disciplinary approach taken by the founder of the Ballets Russes brought radical transformation to decorative arts during the 1910s and 20s; and still influences visual and performance art to this day. The Christian Bérard exhibition runs from 9 July to 16 October, 2022.