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Princess Charlene forgoes  privilège du blanc 

On a recent visit to meet the Pope, Princess Charlene of Monaco forwent her privilège du blanc and opted for a black outfit like non-Catholics who meet His Holiness. The Prince and Princess of Monaco were in the Vatican for a private audience with Pope Francis on 20 July, but the Princess appeared in all black when she is one of the few women in the world allowed to wear white to meet the…
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Princess Charlene's nod to her wedding in new portrait

Princess Charlene has given a nod to her wedding day in a new portrait marking the anniversary of her marriage to Prince Albert. Charlene wears an aqua blue outfit for the celebratory snap, an almost identical shade to the colour she chose for her civil wedding to the Prince of Monaco on July 1 2011. Albert and Charlene are seen holding hands and smiling broadly in the new photo which the…
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Monaco marks 100 years since Albert I's death

Monaco is marking 100 years since Prince Albert I died and his son, Prince Louis II, took the throne. A series of events have taken place or been planned in Monaco to mark the occasion, and an exhibit is on display in Norway regarding his explorations. Prince Albert II…
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Princess Charlene set to make first official trip since health problems as Prince Albert honours ancestor

Princess Charlene of Monaco seems to be set to undertake her first official trip since her hiatus from public life due to health concerns. On the 22nd of June, Prince Albert is scheduled to open the exhibition “Sailing the Sea of Science” at the Fram Museum in Oslo, Norway, and, through the Norwegian Court’s official agenda, it was revealed that Princess Charlene will be traveling…
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Prince Albert sends President Biden a condolence letter as the US struggles to cope with mass shooting grief

Prince Albert of Monaco has made public a statement of condolences he sent to US President Joe Biden following last week’s tragic school shooting in Texas.  “On behalf of my family and of the people of Monaco, I wish to convey my deepest condolences and sympathy to the families of the victims”, wrote the Prince, concluding, “Please be assured, Mr President, of our profound solidarity…
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