A New Interview with Their Serene Highnesses Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco (VIDEOS)

Yesterday, I tweeted that Their Serene Highnesses Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco’s interview with CBS This Morning would air on Tuesday, July 24, 2012.  Well, here it is.  🙂

Click here to watch two videos.  


It seems that CBS had a change of heart regarding the interview with Their Serene Highnesses Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene.

This morning, July 25, the editors at CBS re-edited the interview with Holly Whatsherface by removing 1:35 minutes of the original video.  Why?  No idea.  They also added a new ending.  Again, I have no idea why CBS decided to change the original interview.

Here is the original interview.


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3 Comments on “A New Interview with Their Serene Highnesses Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco (VIDEOS)”

  1. Salamah
    July 25, 2012 at 8:58 AM #

    Where can I sign the ‘free princess charlene’ petition? There is no way this couple will make an heir. Shes barely allowed to talk, so I doubt she gets to do much to balance out the unhappiness. Its telling how they both can’t form a proper sentence regarding eachother but are well spoken about their true loves; her swimming and for him – his mother. Just divorce and let Monaco return to France so its actual born citizens can have some benefits, when no heir is created.

  2. Ruth
    July 25, 2012 at 1:42 PM #

    Is it me but does Charlene look stiff and out of her element.

    • July 25, 2012 at 6:03 PM #

      Honestly, they both seemed incredibly annoyed with the interviewer, Holly Whateverherlastnameis.

      It was obvious from the start that she wasn’t interested in a serious or semiserious interview; rather she was focused on inane and otherwise gossipy questions. I also believe that Holly wasn’t all that fond of Prince Albert and Princess Charlene and had somewhat of an axe to grind with them.

      So yeah, in my opinion, the CBS interview was a complete disaster.

      Also, whomever is in charge of the PR department at the Palais Princier needs to be sacked… immediately. Even if one does not work in PR one knows that questions for a taped televised interview are sent ahead of time.

      Clearly, the princely couple did not get the memo that they — rather their PR team — should have asked for the questions prior to the crappy CBS interview.

      In the end, the princely couple are in desperate need of a strong PR team in Monaco and (dare I even say) here in the United States. The princess also needs (let’s be honest here because many believe it to be true) media training, asap.

      Let’s hope the interview with Piers Morgan (which I tweeted about yesterday) will be a hellva lot more successful then the disastrous CBS one. 🙂