The last week was very eventful for both residents and guests of Monaco and for its royal family.
Prince Albert II of Monaco pronounced a speech at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
On Thursday 27 April, H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince opened the international conference “Knowing the Oceans for Achieving Sustainable Development”, organized by INDEMER in association with the Oceanographic Institute, Albert I, Prince of Monaco Foundation.
In his speech, H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco emphasized that: “As you know, the Principality of Monaco wishes to seek the enrichment of knowledge by obtaining unbiased, credible and up-to-date scientific data that can be passed on to policy makers, in order to raise awareness that the ocean is the last continent to explore.”
Prince Albert II of Monaco shares some pearls of father-of-twins wisdom with George Clooney
Princess Grace Kelly’s son, father of twins Prince Albert has shared some advice for soon-to-be dad George Clooney.
“George should pour himself a good cup of coffee each morning,” the Monaco royal told. “I know that sounds pretty standard but it’s really, really important.” Apart from “strong coffee,” Albert, who shares two-year-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella with wife Princess Charlene, also suggested “easy reading.”
Luckily for Albert and Charlene, they weren’t faced with too many restless nights. “Fortunately for Charlene and for me, that was never really an issue,” the 59-year-old royal admitted. “Gabriella and Jacques were relatively good sleepers from the start. Of course, there were — still are — nights where they have to be in the bedroom with us.”
Monaco’s Princess Charlene wants her royal twins, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques, to know their heritage
In a rare television interview during her recent five-day trip to South Africa for her foundation and the South African Red Cross, Princess Charlene opened up about her strong ties to Africa.
“I am African,” she told, “this is my home. It will always be. It’s in my heart, it’s in my veins and it always will be”.
The Princess says her two-year-old twins will grow to love South Africa.
“I can’t wait for them to come here. I can’t wait for them to be introduced to Africa.”
When asked how the 2-year-old twins were, she said candidly: “Actually, they’re really a handful. They’re beautiful, they’re smart. Full of energy. I really hope that in the next couple of years I’ll be able to bring them to South Africa, that would be an amazing moment for me.”
Prince Albert II and Princess Caroline visited Art Monte-Carlo exhibition
Prince Albert of Monaco and Princess Caroline of Hanover attended the opening of the Art Monte-Carlo 2017 exhibition at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Art Monte-Carlo is a new art exhibition, which aims to establish an artistic platform on the French Riviera (Côte d’Azur).
Charlotte Casiraghi attended Louis Vuitton exhibition opening
After enjoying a romantic Caribbean getaway with her boyfriend Dimitri Rassam, Charlotte Casiraghi returned to France for a fashionable night out. Princess Caroline’s daughter attended the “Art Afrique, Le Nouvel Atelier” exhibition opening at the Louis Vuitton Foundation building in Paris on Tuesday. The Monaco royal looked effortlessly chic for the April 25 outing wearing a black cami, which she paired with high-waisted navy trousers and a matching blazer.
Sources: en.monacochannel.mc, ca.hellomagazine.com, people.com, us.hola.com & www.newmyroyals.com