H.S.H Princess Caroline of Monaco is a discreet princess who is rarely seen on social networks. On Monday, April 25, a rare photo of the princess au naturel was shared on Facebook.
A photo of Princess Caroline of Hanover, 65, drew positive reactions on Facebook on April 25, 2022. Caroline of Monaco is shown with a big smile next to Philippe Gautier, director of the shelter-furrow of the SPA of Salon-Provence. The sister of Prince Albert II of Monaco, 64 years old, lives in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence for part of the year. As usual, she never separates from her Blue Spaniel of Picardy, “Sissi”. The Princess of Hanover had lost track of her pet on Sunday, April 24, according to Gala.
The 65-year-old princess came to recover her dog at the SPA in Salon-de-Provence. Reason for which, we were entitled to this exquisite photo of the Monegasque princess. We see the princess of Hanover all smiles in this shot in the natural. Caroline of Monaco displays a total denim look composed of a blue denim jacket washed loose and a black slim. Charlotte Casiraghi’s mom is holding the leash of her dog that she just got back in the picture. The appearance of Caroline of Monaco on social networks has surprised and pleased more than one.
H.S.H Princess Caroline of Monaco: the Princess of Hanover is a very discreet person
Making publications on social networks is not in the habit of the daughter of Princess Grace of Monaco and Rainier III. Gala recalls that Princess Caroline of Monaco is not a fan of over-mediatization and social networks. The Princess of Hanover had even revealed in Madame Figaro, in 2020, that she stays away as much as possible from new media. “For sure, you have to have a thick skin against intrusions. Do not read anything that is written, not even praise, do not look at anything, remain benevolent,” she shared in the magazine.
For the reunion with her beloved companion, Caroline of Monaco did not hesitate to share her joy by showing a beautiful smile. “The princess is a simple person, charming, perfectly exquisite and particularly involved in the animal cause,” said the president of the SPA Philippe Adam on Facebook following the happy outcome.
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