Today at the Hotel Metropole in Monte-Carlo the future Princess of Monaco, Charlene Wittstock, attended a charity luncheon cleverly entitled, Ladies Lunch. Miss Wittstock is the honorary President of this organization so it is her duty to show up looking fabulous as always, and to pretend that she is actually interested in talking with the other old ladies at this event. I don’t know how she does it, but I give her props for having to spend
three hours one hour with bored 50+ year-old women whose husbands are probably having affairs with hot Russian supermodels.
Well, only slightly.
Anyway, the Ladies Lunch, founded by Baroness Cécile de Massy in 2004, is actually a great charity organization. You see, they usually raise a significant amount of money for various organizations such as the Académie de Danse Princesse Grace, charities for the children in Monaco and other “…Monegasque charity associations…” At the end of today’s event the Ladies Lunch raised 28,000 Euros (roughly $39,000+) which will be donated to the Académie de Danse Princesse Grace.
To view lots of photos from today’s charity event please click the link: Photos galore
To watch a long video from the event which includes an interview with the future Princess of Monaco please click the link here. Scroll down until you see the title Ladies Lunch. Miss Wittstock’s interview begins at the 7:40 mark.
Photos courtesy of: Zimbio.com by Photo Agency
**Update and Correction! I have received a lovely email message from The Ladies Luncheon Monte Carlo board member, Madame Celina Lafuente de LaVotha, who kindly informed me that the future Princess of Monaco, Charlene Wittstock, participated at this event for only one hour. She also informed me that she was none to pleased with the group photo backdrop, either.
So, thank you Madame de LaVotha for your information and may your next Ladies Lunch charity event be just as successful as today’s. Oh, and since you asked me a very personal question: Yes, I am taken. Happily. 🙂
Again, thank you Madame de LaVotha for you inside information. I appreciate it very much. 🙂