On August 27, 2011, T.S.H.s Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the 100th anniversary of the Monte-Carlo Golf Club.
According to the newspaper, Monaco-Matin, the princely couple were accompanied by “…the president of the golf club, Henry Rey, and his wife.” Over 200 distinguished guests attended this schwing-ding gala event; furthermore, they had the pleasure of listening to Prince Albert give a speech about… golfing.
To watch a video as well as to view photos please click the links below:
… two-part documentary in which Prince Harry joins four disabled Afghanistan veterans, two of them amputees, on a trek to the North Pole. Filmed over a year, the soldiers – Captain Martin Hewitt, Captain Guy Disney, Sergeant Steve Young and Private Jaco van Gass – undertake grueling training in the UK and Norway, in preparation for the Arctic expedition.
Click here to watch Part One of the series (the second half will be released soon.)
Here is a documentary about the late Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother entitled, Queen Mother: A Royal Century. The program is:
A comprehensive film portrait of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, placing her life in the context of the twentieth century as a whole. A revered figure in British life — a symbol of courage in World War II and an icon of stability. This remarkable new portrait digs beneath the surface and presents for the first time a balanced account of the life of a powerful and exceptional woman.
On August 26, 2011, H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco attended a soccer (football) match between FC Barcelona and FC Porto at the Stade Louis II in Monaco. The sovereign prince enjoyed the match not with his lovely wife, H.S.H. Princess Charlene, but with UEFA president, Michel Platini. Throughout the game the two friends cheered on their favorite team, giggled, and generally had a fabulous time.
Anyway, those who attended the match were wondering why the princess was not there; furthermore, many had also noticed that Prince Albert wasn’t wearing his wedding ring!
Actually, it’s not big deal that the prince decided not to wear his wedding ring. Most men remove it from time to time… so it’s not unusual.