In the recent past, Princess Charlène was rarely seen in public. Now she appeared at a charity game organized by Princess Stéphanie and seemed relaxed.
Princess Charlène appeared with her sister-in-law Princess Stéphanie at the “Fight Aids Cup” in Monaco, where the two royal ladies made an appearance for a good cause. The event, which took place on Monday, is hosted by an organization founded by Princess Stéphanie. “Fight Aids Monaco” is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.
Princess Charlène showed her support for her sister-in-law’s cause in a particularly emotional way at the event. The two royals shared a warm embrace on the field. The ladies, who were in a great mood, are also said to have played football among themselves. The Princess appeared with her husband Albert II at the charity football match at the Stade Louis II. Camille Gottlieb, Princess Stéphanie’s youngest daughter, was also present at the event.
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According to media reports, the sporting event pits a team from Prince Albert against a team from Princess Stéphanie. The two teams consist of football stars as well as Monegasque celebrities. In 2023 it was Albert’s team that won the game, now according to reports there was apparently revenge. At the end of the game, Princess Stéphanie and her happy team held up the trophy. In the evening there was a charity gala dinner to support the organization,
In recent months, Charlène has often appeared in public with her husband Albert II, to whom she has been married since 2011. The princess, who has been back in public since spring 2022 after health problems, will soon have another reason to celebrate. She turns 46 on January 25th.
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