The day is almost here and the newswire regarding the upcoming wedding are filled with information about the princely nuptials.
The South African newspaper, Times Live, has a report about the two local chefs who are being flown in to help prepare the civil wedding “…gala buffet…” for the new princely couple of Monaco. Click here to read.
In the Monaco-Carlo News this afternoon, the focus is on the preparations for the ceremonial bouquet laying at the Sainte-Dévote church. Click here to read. The newspaper also reports about the 9,000 beautiful Anastasia and Crème de la Crème roses that have been flown in to Monaco recently. Click here to read.
Also, there are an awry of photos from Monaco this afternoon highlighting the preparations for wedding and much more. Click here to view photos.
Photos courtesy of: Palais.mc
Le prince Albert II et sa fiancée Charlène Wittstock sont en visite sur le port Hercule, cet après-midi, mardi 28 juin. Le couple enlacé découvre les installations pharaoniques du show que Jean Michel Jarre présentera vendredi 1er juillet à 22 heures.
In case you were wondering, no, I won’t translate it for you. Sorry. 🙂
In yesterday’s Monaco Times newspaper there was a nice article about the future princess of Monaco, Miss Charlene Wittstock.
The article entitled, ‘The Good Work of a Princess’ focuses on Miss Wittstock’s recent trip to Athens, Greece where she took part in the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics Summer Games.
Photo courtesy of: AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau
On June 28, 2011, it was announced that Their Royal Highnesses Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg along with the Hereditary Grand Duke, Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg, will attend the Monaco princely wedding on July 2.
Per the Cour Grand-Ducale de Luxembourg:
Sur invitation de Son Altesse Sérénissime le Prince Albert II de Monaco, Leurs Altesses Royales le Grand-Duc, la Grande-Duchesse et le Grand-Duc héritier assisteront à la Célébration du mariage religieux de Son Altesse Sérénissime le Prince Albert II de Monaco avec Mademoiselle Charlène Wittstock.
Source and photos courtesy of: Cour Grand Ducale de Luxembourg
According to the Spanish news site, El Mundo, as well as the magazine Hola!, not one member from the Spanish royal family will attend the upcoming princely wedding in Monaco on July 1 and 2:
The reason that the royal family will not attend is that the invitation was addressed to King Juan Carlos only and he cannot come because he is still recovering from his recent knee surgery.
Interestingly, there is nothing on the official website for the royal family of Spain, Casa de Su Majestad El Rey, confirming their non-attendance to the wedding.
Hopefully, there is a misunderstanding and hopefully at least one member from the royal house of Spain will attend.
Photo courtesy of: Wikipedia
With only five days to go until the princely wedding in Monaco, it seems that someone created a You Tube channel entitled, Le Marriage Princier Live, dedicated to the upcoming wedding. It is unknown if the Palais Princier de Monaco in conjunction with the official site, Le Mariage Princier, created this site nor is it known if this You Tube channel will stream the wedding live on July 1 and 2, 2011.
However, I do know that the wedding will be streamed live on the official site for the princely family of Monaco here.
Click the link here to view the Le Marriage Princier Live You Tube channel.
Finally, here is a nice news report from TF1. Click the link here.
Photo courtesy of: Le Mariage Princier FB
Another royal couple have confirmed their attendance to the upcoming princely wedding in Monaco: Their Royal Highnesses Princess Margarita and Prince Radu of Romania. Official representatives from the royal house of Romania confirmed the news to AFP this afternoon.
Photo courtesy of: Wikipedia
Euronews is going all out with the highly anticipated upcoming princely wedding between H.S.H. Prince Albert II and Charlene Wittstock, and this afternoon they released another news report about the future princess.
Photo courtesy of: News Pictures
On June 27, 2011, it was announced that Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia will attend the princely wedding in Monaco between H.S.H. Prince Albert II and Miss Charlene Wittstock.
Photo courtesy of: Zimbio by Neilson Barnard/GettyImages
Here is a video report from Stéphane Bern (the prince’s close friend and journalist) details, via photos, the life of Prince Albert II of Monaco and his fiancée, Charlene Wittstock.
Click here to watch. Yes, it’s in French. Sorry. 🙂
Photo courtesy of: Hola.com
Here is the Euronews wedding schedule for the princely wedding. Second, I am still receiving information, via Email, regarding the wedding so I will be updating.
Also, I will post all the new online streaming links, information, and other crap collectively on June 30, 2011 so you won’t have to search here, there, and everywhere on TRC. 🙂
Bookmark both links.
Your hosts will be Isabelle Kumar and Laurence Alexandrwicz. Yes, they speak English so don’t freak-out. The duo will cover everything under the sun until you just cannot take it anymore.
- June 29, 2011: A barrage of all things princely wedding mania in Monaco. Meaning there will be a special about the up-coming events, a portrait of the couple, the wedding preparations, and much more.
- June 30, 2011: A incredibly long segment about the wedding including who the guests will be, the menu, the wedding dress. Then there will be a review about the economy of the principality of Monaco, merchandising at the wedding, last minute preparations and finally an interview with J.M. Jarre.
- July 1, 2011: 5pm the civil wedding will be broadcast live from the Throne Room in at the Palais Princier de Monaco.
- 5:50pm: Live balcony appearance wave-a-thon where the Brass Band will play “Charlene’s Anthem” for the first time. Then on the giant screens in the Palais square the AC monogram will appear.
- 6pm: Live cocktail reception at the Palais square (link)
- 8pm: Reception at the port (link)
- 10pm: Jean Michel Jarre concert at Port Hercule (link)
- July 2, 2011: Live beginning at 5pm
- 6:30pm: CET Live the driveby wave-a-thon through Monaco in their new Lexus.
- 9pm: Guests arrive for dinner (link)
- 10pm: Fireworks (link)
- July 3, 2011: Re-cap of the entire two-day wedding extravaganza on Euronews. You’ll probably be sick of it by then.
Photo courtesy of: Hola.com