Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene attended the podium ceremony of the 80th Monaco F1 Grand Prix. Princess Charlene presented the first place trophy to flying dutchman, Max Verstappen. Fernando Alonso came in 2nd, Esteban Ocon came in 3rd and Monaco’s own Charles Leclerc came in 6th place.
Charlotte Casiraghi, Dimitri Rassam, Raphael Elmaleh, Pierre Casiraghi, Beatrice Borromeo, Andrea Casiraghi, Tatiana Santo Domingo, Sacha, India and Maximilian also attended the 80th Monaco Grand Prix.
Who did Prince Albert II cheer for during the World Stars Football Match?
Monegasque All Stars and F1 drivers battled it out during this year’s Star Team for the Children football match, attended by Prince Albert II on 23 May at the Louis-II stadium. F1 stars Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz, Pierre Gasly and Fernando Alonso played against celebrities like jet ski champion Lisa Caussin-Battaglia. Prince Albert II congratulated the winners, the Monegasque celebrities, who won 4-3.
Who did the Prince root for? Nobody knows except him! But the real winners are the children who will be helped thanks to all the attendees, who came out in full force to support the cause.
Prince Albert II attends Charles Leclerc’s Private Party
Charles Leclerc celebrated with Prince Albert II on the eve of the 80th Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix at a private party at Malizia Mar. Charles and the Prince were joined by Carlos Sainz, Frederic Vasseur and Leclerc’s brothers Arthur, Lorenzo and Lecler’s mother, Pascale.
Princely Couple salutes Red Cross Rescuers during 80th Monaco Grand Prix
While driving a lap of the Monaco Grand Prix circuit, the Princely Couple made a few stops to salute those Red Cross Rescue workers, who ensure the safety of the public during the big, four-day event. Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene, who are president and vice-president of the Monegasque Red Cross, greeted the fearless workers on Thursday 25 May, just after the Formula 3 cars left the track.
245 volunteer rescuers from the Monegasque Red Cross and 14 ambulances are an integral part of the safety system set up around the circuit.
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene attend Financial Times Gala
This year’s Financial Times ‘Business of Luxury Summit’ took place in Monaco from 21-23 May. Leading executives, policymakers and entrepreneurs from the industry gathered to debate the latest in luxury and attend thought-provoking keynotes and lively debates. Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene attended the event’s gala dinner, which took place at the Monte-Carlo Sporting on 22 May.
Monaco Celebrates the Centenary of Rainier III with a Massive Party
An extraordinary program awaits Monaco on 31 May to commemorate the centenary of the birth of Prince Rainier III. The program of events, unveiled by Princess Stéphanie will begin at 2:15 p.m. with 21 cannon blasts and will close with a fireworks display at 10:15 p.m. Events are planned all over Monaco, mostly on the Place du Palais, but also on the cathedral square, the town hall, the Oceanographic museum and more.
Music and dancing featuring performances by: the Children’s Choir of the Rainier III Academy, U Cantin da Roca, the classical duo Monoïkos, the Carabinieri orchestra, Glenn Miller’s Band, Eric Giausserand “Quintet Cool Jazz”, Les Clowns en Folie and more are on the agenda.
A “treasure hunt” at the Saint Martin Gardens designed and animated by FANB will present different aspects of the life of Rainier III. A release of 100 doves by school children is also planned at 6:15 p.m. on Place du Palais. Finally, two parades of cars are scheduled throughout the day: cars from the Prince’s collection as well as vehicles that represent the Prince’s commitment to the French Army. Cake will be shared with everyone at 9:15 p.m. at all locations.