While in South Africa, these past few weeks, Charlene Wittstock sat down with journalist Derek Watts from the news program, Carte Blanche.
In a special two-part interview Miss Wittstock discusses her life in Monaco, how she met HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco, her swimming career, and much more.
Overall, she did a great job. Charlene looked completely relaxed and calm, and essentially came off as being a nice person.
To watch the two-part interview with Charlene please click the link: Carte Blanche
4 thoughts on “A Televised Interview With Miss Charlene Wittstock, The Future Princess of Monaco”
I can’t figure out her accent. I lived with several people from South Africa at University and they had completely different accents. Do you know what kind of accent she has? What part of South Africa is she from? What’s her heritage?
Charlene’s accent has a bit of a lilt to it. I cannot place my finger on it, but I hear a mixture of her native tongue with a dash of French, and something else. It’s kind of odd, in my opinion.
She has a nice voice and she seems quite pleasant yet reserved. Overall, this interview with Derek Watts is a vast improvement from her first televised interview with the French journalist, Patrick Poivre d’Arvor (he did the documentary Albert: L’Autre Prince) which, in my opinion, was a complete freaking disaster.
@K: she is from Rhodesia, today’s Zimbabwe
Thank you, Natascha. 🙂
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