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HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and Miss Charlene Wittstock’s Christmas Card

Well, we finally have a chance to see what HSH Prince Albert II and Miss Charlene Wittstock’s Christmas card looks like.

An American blogger living in the South of France posted the card on her site (which you can view on her blog.)  Charlene is wearing, what looks to be a black fitted turtleneck dress with her hair in a delicate chignon.  Prince Albert looks, well, like he’s lost weight.

It’s a nice card, obviously taken inside the Palais Princier de Monaco, but nothing all that special.

To view the photo please click the link: LeTrip.org

*Thanks and credit given to Miss Waynfleet, from Royal Dish, for finding this information/card first!    🙂

HSH Prince Albert and Miss Charlene Wittstock: Ceremony Update

I have absolutely no idea why this is considered “new” information (everyone has known about this for some time), but the American magazine, People, finally decided to announce that the Princely religious wedding in Monaco will happen outdoors.

Uh. Duh.

Any way, for those who don’t know HSH Prince Albert of Monaco changed the wedding date a couple of times.  Then when the date was set he decided to change the religious service venue to the courtyard of the Palais Princier de Monaco.  There will be giant TV screens so Monégasques (and perhaps tourists) may watch the wedding.  The guest list will not be released perhaps at least days until the actual two day event.

People magazine is also reporting that Miss Charlene Wittstock is “… considering  [the House of] Christian Dior or Giorgio Armani.” to design her wedding gown.  My guess, between the two, Miss Wittstock will ask Mr. Armani to design her gown.  Though she may shock us all and decide to wear a gown designed by Karl Lagerfeld.

 

 

 

 

 

Photos courtesy of Daylife.com by REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch and Francois Durand/Getty Images.

HSH Prince Albert of Monaco Visits the Musée D’Anthropologie in Monaco

HSH Prince Albert of Monaco visited the Musée D’Anthropologie in Monaco on December 14, 2010.  The Sovereign Prince was there to view the recent renovations at the museum as well as to view a new display, “…relating the place of man confronted with climate change.”  The Prince also viewed various prehistoric animal bones and other interesting items on display.

In the photo about with Prince Albert is Patrick Simon, the museum’s Prehistoric Anthropology’s director, Yves Coppens, a French anthropologist, and Michel Roger the Minister of State in Monaco.

 

The Musée D’Anthropologie will reopen its doors on December 15, 2010.  So if you happen to be in the area tomorrow check it out!

 

Photo courtesy of VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images.