On Sunday, March 27, 2022, Her Royal Highness Princess Caroline of Hanover, Princess of Monaco attended the modern ballet dance performance of, Sept, les Anges, held at the Sporting Monte Carlo in Monaco.
Sept, les Anges, choreographed by Mr. Michel Hallet Eghayan, was commissioned by the Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte Carlo.
After a successful trip to South Africa last week, H.S.H. Prince Albert II is back home in Monaco and busy as ever. On December 12, 2011, the prince made a trip to Residence Cap Fleuri where he distributed a myriad of gifts to the residents for Noel Croix Rouge.
Meanwhile, H.R.H. Princess Caroline of Hanover was in Passau, Germany where she attended the Menschen in Europa Charity Award held at the Media Centre Passau. During the event the beautiful princess gave a ceremonial address regarding her social commitment to the World Association of Children’s Friends (Amade Mondiale).
On November 18, 2011, inside the Throne Room and in the Blue Chamber, at the Palais Princier de Monaco, H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco presented the Mérite National du Sang et de la Reconnaissance de la Croix Rouge Monégasque ( Medals of Merit National Blood and Recognition of the Monaco Red Cross) to many lucky recipients.
Later, H.R.H. Princess Caroline of Hanover presented the L’Ordre du Mérite Culturel (Order of Cultural Merit) to a select few. While H.S.H. Princess Stephanie presented packages to the elderly living in the principality of Monaco.
Later on that evening two lucky recipients received the La Legion d’Honneur which took place in the Hall of Mirrors. Then there was a lovely reception for the Diplomatic Corps and a gala Ambassadorial dinner.
And, finally, on the occasion of Fête Nationale Monégasque 2011, H.S.H. Prince Albert II responded to questions given to him by the newspaper, Monaco Matin. The prince discusses (or rather responds to questions regarding) the economic situation within the principality as well as around the world, current issues concerning his country, memories from the his nuptials to Princess Charlene and much more. The interview will be out soon so stay tuned.
On November 17, 2011, T.S.H.s Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco along with H.R.H. Princess Caroline of Hanover, her daughter Charlotte Casiraghi, and H.S.H. Princess Stephanie of Monaco participated in the presentation of the L’Ordre de Saint-Charles et Grimaldi (Order of St. Charles and Grimaldi).
Held inside the Throne Room at the Palais Princier over fifty people received this high honor from the prince and in the presence of the rest of the princely family of Monaco.
Source and photo courtesy of the Palais Princier de Monaco.
On November 13, 2011, T.S.H.s Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the 100th anniversary of the Saint Martin church in Monaco. The Pontifical Mass, led by Archbishop Bernard Barsi, was also attended by H.R.H. Princess Caroline of Hanover and her daughter, Princess Alexandra.
At the Villa Paloma: Nouveau Musée National de Monaco there is a new exhibition entitled, 3 Expositions + 1 Film:Heritage in Monaco, which tells the story of the history of the principality through rare photographs as well as documents. Princess Caroline is a highlight of the exhibition in which several portraits are on display of the princess by famed artists such as the late Helmut Newton, designer and photographer Karl Lagerfeld, Francesco Vezzoli, and many more.
3 Expositions + 1 Film: Heritage in Monaco runs through January 8, 2012 at the Villa Paloma. To view photos please click here. To learn more about the exhibition please click here.
This is old news, but better late then never, right? 🙂
On October 6, 2011, H.R.H. Princess Caroline of Hanover attended the Gemluc (Groupement des Entreprises Monegasques dans la Lutte contre el Cancer) Evening of Hope at the Monaco Automobile Club.
Gemluc is a “…charitable association founded in 1973 to fight against this plague which is cancer. Since its establishment it has raised 1.580.000 € which have been used for all kinds of aspects in the fight against cancer in areas such as research, aid for patients as well as buying materials for hospitals.”source
According to a Palais Princier de Monaco statement, the money raised will be used to purchase a new “record and verify” system for the dosimeters used in anti-cancer radiotherapy at the Princess Grace Hospital, thus greatly improving their safety. During the evening, a painting by Sandro Brand, an artist taking part in the GemlucART exhibition-competition, was presented to H.R.H. the Princess of Hanover.
The GemlucART exhibition, held at the Auditorium Rainier III, ends on October 14, 2011.