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Princely Family of Monaco attended a handover ceremony
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Princely Family of Monaco attended a handover ceremony and other princely news

Princely Family of Monaco attended a handover ceremony

Last week, Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Princess Stephanie of Monaco, Pierre Casiraghi, Beatrice Borromeo, Andrea Casiraghi and Louis Ducruet attended a handover ceremony held at the Principality Palace. They attended the ceremony of handover of power between Colonel Luc Fringant (outgoing) and Colonel Tony Varo as commander of the police force in Monaco. (Source: newmyroyals.com)

Princely Family of Monaco attended a handover ceremony
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Princely Family of Monaco attended a handover ceremony
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Princely Family of Monaco attended a handover ceremony
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Princely Family of Monaco attended a handover ceremony
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Princely Family of Monaco attended a handover ceremony
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10 years of the Monaco Humanitarian Collective – Very Positive Results

On Monday 17 September, the Monaco Humanitarian Collective celebrated its 10th anniversary in the presence of H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince, the Minister of State and high-ranking dignitaries.  The very positive results were presented to the Collective’s many volunteers and donors – 384 children, mainly from Africa, were operated on in Monaco for heart problems, as well as some children with orthopaedic diseases that are not treated in their country of origin.

During the ceremony, the many accounts of children who had undergone surgery and their parents, host families and doctors were an illustration of the remarkable work undertaken in Monaco and in partner countries to restore hope and a new life to these 384 children.

10 years of the Monaco Humanitarian Collective
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With regard to future prospects, the Collective affirmed its willingness to help partner countries strengthen their medical care capacity, with, for example, the creation of the first cardiac catheterisation unit in Mali, a project supported by the NGO “Share,” with the support of the Prince’s Government. (Source: gouv.mc)

Graduation Ceremony for Successful Students in the presence of H.R.H. the Princess of Hanover

A diploma awards ceremony was held yesterday morning for successful 2018 graduates of the Institute of Nursing Training Institute (I.F.S.I.), in the presence of H.R.H. the Princess of Hanover, the Minister of Health and Social Affairs, Didier Gamerdinger, and many dignitaries.

Graduation Ceremony for Successful Students in the presence of H.R.H. the Princess of Hanover
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Of the 30 candidates in the 2015-2018 year group, 21 completed the three years of training, with an overall average of 15/20.  Two other students will be presented to the final jury next December.  The highest-ranking student was Marjorie Baldachino, with an average of 16.55/20 over her three years of study. Monique Le Du, Director of the I.F.S.I., highlighted the importance of the daily support provided by the teaching staff, the quality of the tutoring provided in the CHPG’s care services, and the aspect of companionship during the training. (Source: gouv.mc)

Beatrice Borromeo attended MFW Byblos Fashion Show

Beatrice Borromeo attended MFW Byblos Fashion Show
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Beatrice Borromeo attended MFW Byblos Fashion Show
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Beatrice Borromeo attended MFW Byblos Fashion Show
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Beatrice Borromeo Casiraghi and her mother Paola Marzotto attended Byblos Women Spring Summer 2019 fashion show held as part of Milan Fashion Week (MFW). (Source: newmyroyals.com)

Prince Albert commemorates Battles of Normandy

HSH Prince Albert II visited several places in Normandy to commemorate one of the largest battles of the 20th century, the Normandy landings. Passionate about history, the Sovereign Prince, accompanied by Michael Wittstock, his father-in-law and American friends, began his visit at the Caen Memorial.  The unique museum is dedicated to the Second World War and the landing of the Allies on 6 June 1944, which was followed by the Battle of Normandy and is managed by Stéphane Grimaldi.

Prince Albert commemorates Battles of Normandy
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Prince Albert commemorates Battles of Normandy
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The Sovereign Prince visited the American Cemetery and Memorial at Colleville-sur-Mer, the resting place of 10,000 American soldiers who fell during the Battle of Normandy, a battle which lasted 100 days and ended with the taking of Le Havre on 12 September 1944. It overlooks the infamous Omaha Beach, where thousands of GIs fell to German gunfire on D-Day. The visit ended in the small town of Arromanches, which was transformed into a temporary harbour on 12 June 1944, where thousands of tons of equipment, vehicles and food arrived daily for more than three months for 2.5 million men.

Prince Albert commemorates Battles of Normandy
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Prince Albert commemorates Battles of Normandy
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Prince Albert commemorates Battles of Normandy
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