HRH Prince Harry of Wales and Chelsy Davy “Smuggled Out of a Club in a Boot [Trunk]”!”: The WTF Moment of the Year!!

This has got to be one of the most bizarre stories I’ve heard in years.

On February 5, 2011 HRH Prince Harry of Wales and Chelsy Davy (the “we love to break up and get back together every five minutes because we love drama” couple) were at a the nightclub, Beaufort House, with some friends.  As the night came to an end, around 4am, the couple left the shishi club to head home.

No biggie, right?


Instead of riding in the backseat of their chauffeured driven car the drama couple decided that they didn’t want to be photographed together so they had the brilliant idea to stuff themselves into the trunk of their  car.

Say whaaa?!

Here is what happened according to the Australian newspaper, NineMSN:

The couple were bundled into the boot [trunk] of a Jaguar so they could be smuggled out of the exclusive Beaufort House on King’s Road at 4am Sunday morning, according to the reports.

Security staff are said to have helped clear the boot [trunk] of luggage so Harry and Davy could squeeze themselves inside.

The Mirror [British newspaper] quoted an unnamed friend of Davy and Harry, saying the famous pair had been trying to avoid paparazzi and other onlookers.

‘Most people had gone by the time they finally called it a night and headed home — together — in a blacked-out Jaguar at 4am on Sunday morning.

They were trying to keep a really low profile.’

Keep a low profile?

Yeah, they are really keeping a low profile when some big burly security guards are moving luggage from the trunk to the backseat of a car, in front of a well-known nightclub, so that a hot blonde and a six-foot something royal red-head can shove themselves into the trunk.

Yeah, nobody would ever notice.

To read the rest of the article please click the link: NineMSN Australia

Source and Photo courtesy of NineMSN by AP.

HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and Charlene Wittstock’s Behind the Scenes of their Upcoming Wedding

While everyone on planet Earth is over-joyed and super excited about the British royal wedding between HRH Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton, come April 29, 2011, in Monaco the Palais Princier de Monaco PR people are working overtime to garner 1/3 of the attention from people around the world regarding the Princely wedding in Monaco.

In the Sunday edition of the French newspaper, Nice-Matin, there is a sweet and otherwise repetitive and boring article regarding the upcoming Royal Princely wedding between HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and Miss Charlene Wittstock.  Here is what the writer had to say:

Five months until the event the preparations are advancing and the Princely Palace looks forward to the July 2 appointment very festive in the streets of Monaco!

On the evening of the Saint Devote ceremony Charlene Wittstock is was glowing. The South African will become, on July 2, The Princess of Monaco. the wife of Albert II.   This will be an exceptional event in Monaco.  Since the announcement of their engagement on June 23, speculations on the preparations for the union of Albert II and Charlene began in the tabloid world.  During the wedding there will be 4,000 privileged spectators witnessing their religious union on July 2 on the Rock.  But, there will be sections cordoned off by security services even though everyone is supposedly invited to take part in the marriage festival in Monaco. Reports note that there are even more major surprises being prepared behind palace walls.
A cocktail Reception on the Place du Palais?
The celebrations start in the afternoon on Friday 1st July. That day, the bride and groom are united civilly in the throne room of the Palais.  For her marriage in 1956, after the civil ceremony, Prince Rainier III had invited his subjects on the Palace Square for a cocktail. His son, Prince Albert II, could do the same.
Outdoor Mass and red carpet?
The next day, the religious union will not take place at the Cathedral of Monaco, but instead at the Palais Princier de Monaco’s  courtyard at 5pm.   The Archbishop of Monaco, Monsignor Bernard Barsi, will officiate the open-air mass. There will be a canopy in the courtyard in case the weather doesn’t hold up or if the heat turns out to be too much for the guests.  Several flat screen televisions will be scattered throughout the plaza. For the pomp, a red carpet be placed in the  Palace Square from the barracks of the carabinieri to the door of the courtyard.  It will be the same red carpet for Charlene Wittstock when she walks down the aisle on the arm of her father  to the altar.
Giant screens in strategic locations?
A first round of invitations has been sent to royals, princes, heads of state and dignitaries. The names of guests, at this time, remains a secret.  Again, several giant screens will be positioned at strategic locations in order to provide the “show” for all the people to  simultaneously watch while in Monaco. “We want as many people as possible can attend this great celebration in the streets of the principality,” smiled Christiane Stahl, adviser to the Prince. If the Palace Square will be reserved for guests, streets and squares of Monaco will be fully open to the public for the webcast.
Lap of honor of the newlyweds?
The newlyweds might do a city tour [wave-a-thon] and then a walkabout.  As is tradition, the bride will place her bouquet at the Church of Saint Devote, the patron saint of the Principality.
The royal couple may go down the Avenue de la Porte-Neuve to the Port Hercule and the church, passing the crowd on his way in a vehicle. Then the procession will head on down the Avenue d’Ostende, to the Casino, before heading back to the Palais Princier de Monaco.
The make and model of car is still unknown at this time.  The couple may chose an electric since the Prince is environmental conscience.  One thing is for certain this will be a popular marriage and Prince Albert II promises that this will be a huge media event.

Great.   🙂

I wish the couple much love, happiness, and all.

Source: Nice-Matin