It was recently announced that Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco will host and organize this year’s Ladies Lunch Monte-Carlo at the Palais Princier de Monaco, “…funds raised at this event will be set aside to support initiatives in favour of disadvantaged children.”
The princess is honorary president of this well-known organization and the date for the event has yet to be confirmed.
If you are wondering what exactly is Ladies Lunch Monte-Carlo, well, it’s a charity organization that was formed in 2005 with a goal to:
… raise funds for Monégasque charity associations benefiting children and adolescents, by organizing two lunches per year, with the exclusive participation of women.
These events consist of a cocktail with displays by our prestigious sponsors, a brief welcome by our President followed by a presentation by the selected charity association. Then follows a gourmet lunch and a fashion show sponsored by a top designer, and sometimes a prestigious jeweler…
For more detailed information about Ladies Lunch Monte-Carlo please visit their official websitehere.
On March 22, 2012, His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco attended the 2012 EVER Monaco Trade Show held at the Grimaldi Forum. This well-known exhibition and conference is dedicated to promoting as well as showcasing:
Ecological Vehicles such as electric, hybrid, fuel cell, gas, biofuels as well as any mode of propulsion offering real ecological and resource advantages. And, to Renewable Energies (respect of the environment and energy-saving). The conference brings together specialists in the field in the ecological vehicles, renewable energies and sustainable development.
Meanwhile, Her Royal Highness Princess Mathilde of Belgium celebrated the 55th anniversary of the Queen Astrid Clinic in Malmedy. Whilst there the future queen of Belgium met with hospital staff as well as patients.
On March 21, 2012, Her Majesty Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands continued her state visit to lovely Luxembourg. First, Her Majesty along with the Grand Duke Henri visited Belval, located in south Luxembourg, to view a construction project.
Afterward, they visited the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine laboratory. Soon, Her Majesty and Grand Duke Henri attended a luncheon hosted by Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker and held at Château de Bourglinster.
In the evening, Queen Beatrix along with the Grand Ducal couple and Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume attended a classical music concert.
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