HSH Prince Gustav of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg and Miss Carina Axelsson Reunite at a Birthday Party in Copenhagen.

It’s been quite some time since the royal-watching world has seen His Serene Highness Prince Gustav of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg and former model/author, Miss Carina Axelsson, together at an event. Many began to believe the two lovebirds broke up since Miss Axelsson moved to beautiful Dorset, England while Prince Gustav — son of Her Royal Highness Princess Benedikte of Denmark and the late His Serene Highness Prince Richard of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg — remained at the stunning Schloss Berleburg in Germany. However, that may not be the case. The happy couple might, well, be a couple again. Or, maybe they never broke up. Whatever the case may be it’s nice to see them out and about again.

Anyway, on the weekend of April 9, Prince Gustav and Miss Axelsson along with Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended a lovely 50th birthday party for their dear friend, Mrs. Birgitte Handwerk, in Copenhagen. Birgitte’s husband is Mr. Jeppe Handwerk one of Crown Prince Frederik’s closest friends since his days in the Danish military.

According to the Danish magazine, Her og Nu, Prince Gustav and Miss Axelsson along with the crown princely couple attended a service at the Sankt Pauls Kirke in Nyboder. Thereafter, the foursome along with 140 other guests attended Mrs. Handwerk’s 50th birthday party at Sølyst in Klampenborg.

Finally, if you’re unfamiliar with Miss Carina Axelsson, well, years ago I wrote a small article about the former model turned author. I admit that the article was a tad too snarky, and honestly, I regret it. All these years later, I feel bad about the article; to the point I almost deleted it. But, I didn’t. I might write a new article about Miss Axelsson since a lot has changed for her since 2011. Today, she is a well-known Young Adult author with several book series under her belt. She has an interesting Instagram account which focuses on her love of gardening, books, animals and more. With that being said, if you want to read my original article about Miss Axelsson simply click here.

HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco to be Honored With a Prestigious Conservation Award in Sweden.

His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco will receive a prestigious conservation award from The Perfect World Foundation during the 2022 Arctic Ocean Gala held at the Gothenburg Stock Exchange in Gothenburg, Sweden on May 5. Previous recipients of the conservation award include Sir David Attenborough, Dr. Sylvia Earle, Dr. Jane Goodall, Dr. Wangari Maathai, the late Dr. Dian Fossey, and Miss Greta Thunberg to name a few.

The sovereign prince will become the ninth recipient of the honorary conservation award. The award is presented annually to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the global awareness of the importance of protecting wildlife, nature, and the environment. Prince Albert II is also being honored for his life-long commitment, dedication, and work in ocean conservation. Moreover, his personal foundation, Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco (FPA), is dedicated to the protection of the environment and the promotion of sustainable development such as limiting the effects of climate change and promoting renewable energies, preserving biodiversity, managing water resources, and combating desertification.

Prior to the gala and award ceremony, Prince Albert II will inaugurate The Perfect World Foundation’s latest project, Project Ocean, which aims to spread knowledge about, the location, salvage, and recycling of ghost nets and other lost fishing equipment in our oceans. 

Thereafter, the sovereign prince will plant a tree in the Attenborough Forest at the Gothenburg Botanical Garden. The purpose of the planting of the tree is to draw attention to The Perfect World Foundation’s work in promoting biodiversity.

In the evening, Prince Albert II will be honored at the glamorous Arctic Ocean Gala dinner where he is expected to give a five-minute speech.

HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco Tests Negative for COVID-19 and Enjoys a Tennis Match in Monte-Carlo with His Cousin.

After being tested positive for COVID-19 and asymptomatic last week His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco has tested negative several times since he was originally diagnosed with the virus. As a result, on Sunday, April 17 his physicians gave the sovereign prince the green light to resume his regular activities.

So, that same day Prince Albert II accompanied by his cousin, Miss Mélanie-Antoinette Costello de Massy, attended the 2022 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters Final between Mr. Stefano Tsitsipas and Alejandro Fokina at the Monte-Carlo Country Club.

After an exciting match, Prince Albert II presented the trophy to the winner, Mr. Stefano Tsitsipas, while Miss de Massey presented the silver plaque to Mr. Alejandro Fokina.

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