I knew she looks familiar!: So it seems that King Juan Carlos’ ex-mistress, Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein is part of Princess Charlene’s entourage. The former mistress of the King is seen with the Princess of Monaco in South Africa today for the memorial service of former South African President, Nelson Mandela.
Some royals at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela
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Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Consort Henrik will be representing Queen Margrethe II in South Africa tomorrow for the memorial of former president, Nelson Mandela.
Princess Charlene will also be there tomorrow without Prince Albert. The Prince is however expected to join her on the 15th when Nelson Mandela will actually be buried.
Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree: Royal Edition
This is really funny!!!
Princess Charlène attended Tuesday the spectacle of gospel group South African ‘SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR’, at the Grimaldi Forum
HSH Prince hoped that the flags Palace and public institutions in the Principality are at half-mast and a Mass in memory of this great leader, the whole world crying, or soon celebrated in Monaco.
The royal couple is scheduled to attend the funeral of the freedom fighter they had the honor of meeting several times and they both considered “an example, a symbol of reconciliation, a great man who has, through his courage, selflessness and generosity change the course of history and make his life a struggle for justice and respect for human dignity. “”
Prince Albert II, his sisters, and his wife featured in Paris Match
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Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene were in Dallas yesterday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the assassination of former American president, John F. Kennedy.
The Dealey Plaza the resort hosted thousands of people who listened in silence ringing of bells that rang at the same instant in which the 22 November 1963 was shot at 12:30 in the afternoon.
Monaco National Day 2013
The Royal Couple today presented packages to the elderly at the headquarters of the Monegasque Red Cross