Charlène von Monaco finds her way back to her everyday life as sovereign, which also includes appearances on the red carpet. At the “Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo” she dares to step into the limelight again. She comes unusually close to her fans.
Monaco – Charlène from Monaco (44) has not been seen so relaxed and exuberant for a long time. The mother of the country took part in the opening of this year’s “Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo” at the side of her husband Prince Albert II (64). The royal couple made a glamorous appearance that many fans will remember for a long time.
Charlène returns from Monaco to the red carpet for the “Festival de Télévision”.
Princess Charlène has avoided red carpets for months, but now she seems to feel comfortable again in the flashbulbs. Since her return to the Rocky State, she has regularly accompanied her husband to official appointments. At her first appearances after the long illness, Charlène seemed a bit tensebut with routine, her smile returns.
This year’s opening ceremony of the TV festival was held in the eponymous district of Monte Carlo, which was founded in 1961 by Prince Rainier III. (81, † 2005) was brought into being. As Honorary President, Albert was allowed to open the event with a star cast, his wife joined him on stage in a dreamy green robe by Lanvin.
A selfie with the princess: Charlène can smile again
Curious fans who wanted to catch a glimpse of the regent couple had gathered in front of the Grimaldi Forum, which Albert and Charlène did not miss. The two kept their cool and diligently handed out autographs. To the delight of the waiting crowd, Charlène even smiled into cell phone cameras for selfies.
Monaco’s Charlene has been through a lot over the past year due to her health issues. After her long absence she has to find her way back into palace life and the representative duties associated with it, and with Albert’s support she is able to overcome this hurdle. Sources used: instagram.com/palaisprincierdemonaco, facebook.com/FestivalTelevision