Albert of Monaco's wife and sister are together at the launch event of the centenary of the birth of Prince Rainier. Even if, to be honest, the real event is that there are bothCharlene Wittstock and Caroline of Monaco together for Rainier's centenary (and Stéphanie is there too) Photo Video
Charlene Wittstock and Caroline of Monaco are together at the launch event of the centenary of the birth of Prince Rainier. Even if, to be honest, the real event is that there are both. Those who follow the saga of the Monegasque royals know it well: spotting the wife and sister of Prince Albert of Monaco at the same event is a rarity. The two women have always organized their commitments in order to stay away from each other. Something is changed? – Photo | videoCharlene Wittostock, Albert of Monaco and the crisis: they put an end to it Charlene Wittostock, Albert of Monaco and the crisis: they put an end to it
THE BALLET - In recent months, Charlene has been regaining her leading role in the Principality, after months of absence due to illness (or a marital crisis with Alberto, many have claimed). Her 'rival' sister-in-law Caroline has replaced her on more than one occasion. We have also seen her several times in the role of affectionate aunt of Jacques and Gabriella, the children of Charlene (dresses that were still unpublished, at least in public). But when Charlène resumed her rightful place at the prince's side, the ballet 'if there is one, there is not the other' started again. Until today.
PEACE MADE? - The occasion is important: in 2023 it will be 100 years since the birth of Prince Ranieri. In addition to Alberto with Charlene and Caroline, there is also Stéphanie with her children Louis Ducruet (with his wife Marie Chavallier) and Camille Gottlieb. This surprises less: the relationship between Charlene and Stéphanie are not as tense. Maybe Charlene and Caroline are getting closer too? For now, it seems more probable that it is due to reasons of state. The clue? Not even in the photos were they portrayed next to each other. But if these reunions due to force majeure will continue, who knows…