Carolina de Monaco, overturned with her brother and nephews since Charlene’s absence



The situation of Albert of Monaco Much has changed over the past year which is marked by his wife’s health problems. In November, after six months without being able to leave South Africa due to severe ENT problems, Princess Charlene returned home, but she has not been able to resume her official commitments. is currently recovering in a private facility. During the absence of his wife, the Prince has found great personal and institutional support in his inner circle, especially in his two sisters, who have become involved in the family at this time, as he himself explained in an interview with Paris match. Princess Carolina has served during this period as a consort in different acts, the last of them this week, when she traveled with the sovereign and twins Jacques and Gabriella to the Grimaldi forum to celebrate the International Day of the Rights of the Kid.


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Carolina de Monaco, who is only a year older than her brother, was very vigilant during the evening of her nephews, who will turn seven on December 10. Jacques and Gabriella, who arrived hand in hand, went the great protagonists of the appointment thanks to their spontaneous gestures such as hugging a large white bear which they greeted with great affection. What’s more, the princely family witnessed the presentation of the film Gogo, Directed by Pascal Plisson. This feature film, whose title means grandmother in Swahili, tells the true story of a woman who at the age of 90 decided to go to school in her Kenyan village to set an example, fight the forced marriages that abound in her country and pave the way for all the girls who have long been denied access to education. Both the protagonist of the film and her great-granddaughter were present at the aforementioned convention center of the Principality which is located next to the beach.


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Princess Carolina, who is still married to Ernest of Hannover, was the first lady of the principality for decades. First with his father, Rainier, after the early death of Grace Kelly in a traffic accident, and then with his brother until he married. A decade later, she has had to resume her old role to fill the void of her sister-in-law and step up on the Grimaldi agenda. In recent months, marked by the absence of Charlene, he has been by the sovereign’s side at the commemorative events of Monaco National Day, at the fifth Planetary Health Gala or at the Red Cross concert. Too has spent attentions to his nephews, whom he took in September to a dog show in which Gabriella appeared in a cast and in a wheelchair. In addition, in all the official appointments in which she has been with the twins, she has acted as a second mother, closely following their movements and explaining everything that happened around her..

Little Jacques and Gabriella will see their mother “as soon as possible”, but while the Princess recovers from a Deep emotional and physical exhaustion, they grow up with their father and aunts, who are aware of their day to day. Now the twins’ routine goes through studying at their royal residence. By decision of their parents, they have left the François d’Assise-Nicolas Barré public school and receive classes at the Grimaldi Palace with four other children (two boys and two girls). At this time they only go to the educational center to attend some sports courses, like swimming, discipline to which his mother was dedicated professionally. When the epidemiological situation improves, Prince Albert has said that they will go back to school.


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Alberto’s relationship and his sisters

The relationship between Prince Albert and his two sisters has always been very close and he usually consults with her on a regular basis on different issues as indicated by Gala, thus making them have a very special bond. In 2018 a biography was published called Albert II of Monaco, the man and the prince written by journalists Isabelle Rivière and Peter Mikelbank. On these pages Princess Carolina explained that her brother had been her main friend in childhood as well as her playmate. Despite this connection, as teenagers they also had the usual sibling arguments. Both for them and for Estefanía, who accompanied the sovereign two weeks ago to Expo 2020 in Dubai, the family is a fundamental pillar, a value that they learned from their father, who used to say that having your loved ones you do not need anything else.


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Carolina de Monaco, overturned with her brother and nephews since Charlene’s absence