After a two-day state visit in Dublin, Ireland, H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco and his fiancée, Charlene Wittstock, have headed on over to Galway, Ireland where they had a chance to visit the Marine Institute which Prince Albert personally organized since he “…has a keen interest in marine environmental awareness.”
Later on this evening, according to the Irish newspaper, Galway News, the Prince and his fiancée will:
… [met with] his cousins from Galway this evening.
The Prince and his fianceé Charlene Wittstock are visiting the ancestral home of his late mother Princess Grace in Newport before flying out of Knock airport.
Salthill resident Cathy Hughes and her daughter Isabelle Green are among 20 relatives invited to meet the Prince for tea in Newport.
Cathy’s mother Maura Kelly and Grace Kelly were first cousins.
To watch of video of the couple (speaking of course) from today at the Marine Institute please click the link: Video Reaction from the people in Newport, County Mayo about the princely visit: Video and Photos galore
Finally, there is a nice and slightly sugary article about the future Princess of Monaco from the Irish newspaper, The Herald. Please click the link to read: Article
Source: Galway News and RTE.ie Photo courtesy of: RTE.ie