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Telling appearance: Charlène of Monaco shows up with unexpected company

2023-12-04T13:37:05.401Z

Highlights: Telling appearance: Charlène of Monaco shows up with unexpected company. Prince Jacques, Princess Gabriella and Caroline of Hanover, the first three in line to the throne in Monaco, presented themselves at this appointment. Balthazar Rassam (5) stole the show with his blue balloon sword. The youngest son of Princess Caroline's daughter Charlotte Casiraghi (37) is rarely seen in public. "A real pleasure": end of the ice age betweenCharlène and Caroline makes the fans cheer.



Status: 04.12.2023, 13:31 PM

By: Susanne Kröber

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It was about children – so Charlène of Monaco and Caroline of Hanover brought the Monegasque offspring to a very special appointment.

Monaco – While the first snowflakes are falling from the sky in Germany, the ice in the rocky state of Monaco is beginning to melt. For many years, Charlène of Monaco (45) and her sister-in-law Caroline of Hanover (66) were not exactly friends, to say the least. There were no joint appearances, Prince Albert II (65) appeared quite diplomatic, sometimes with his wife Charlène, sometimes with sister Caroline.

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But since Charlène of Monaco has been back in action for the Principality after a break due to illness, she has been seen more and more often in harmony with Princess Caroline. When two salute cannons were recently put back into operation in Monaco, Charlène surprised not only with hearing protection with a Prada dress, but also with Caroline at her side. Just a few days later, Princess Charlène visited Princess Antoinette Park on the occasion of International Children's Rights Day.

In tow, Charlène had her twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella (8) in tow, who, like their mom, appeared elegant in wintry black and beige outfits. Caroline of Hanover didn't let us look too deep with chic sunglasses, but her broad smile spoke volumes. However, Caroline's little companion Balthazar Rassam (5) stole the show with his blue balloon sword. The youngest son of Princess Caroline's daughter Charlotte Casiraghi (37) is rarely seen in public.

"A real pleasure": end of the ice age between Charlène and Caroline makes the fans cheer

Fans of the Monegasque royal family are also aware of Charlène and Caroline's rapprochement. "It's a real pleasure to see Princess Charlène and her sister-in-law Princess Caroline surrounded by their children and grandchildren united for such a great cause," one Instagram user said. Incidentally, Prince Jacques, Princess Gabriella and Caroline of Hanover, the first three in line to the throne in Monaco, presented themselves at this appointment.

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At an appointment with the twins, Charlène of Monaco received intergenerational support. © IMAGO/PPE

In any case, all the royals seemed to have fun at the event. While little Balthazar proudly clutched his balloon sword, Princess Gabriella actively helped treat a teddy bear. And even though Gabriella and Jacques are now increasingly attending official appointments in the Principality, their mum's privacy is sacred – as she revealed in an interview with News24, Charlène of Monaco even deleted her Instagram account for this reason. Sources used:Instagram, news24.com

Source: merkur

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