Princess Charlene of Monaco: all smiles with her children for this event which is close to her heart

This Saturday, May 7, the 10th edition of the Sainte Dévote rugby tournament was held, organized by the Monegasque Rugby Federation in partnership with the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation. For the occasion, the wife of Albert II made a remarkable appearance with her offspring.

The Rock is boiling. Discreet for several months due to substantial health concerns, Charlène of Monaco has made her comeback. On April 30, 2022, the half of Albert II of Monaco caused a sensation by honoring his presence at the Monaco championship prize, photographed with a boyish haircut and a sublime platinum blonde. Rebelote this Saturday, May 7, it made a new outing for the 10th edition of the Sainte Dévote tournament organized by the Monegasque Rugby Federation in partnership with the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation. The former sportswoman was accompanied by her husband and her twins, Gabriella Thérèse Marie and Jacques Honoré Rainier.


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This event, which introduces the youngest to the oval ball, was all the more important for the companion of Albert II as “one of the three main missions of the Princess Charlene Foundation is the sports education of young people”, had specified Royal Histories last April. As indicated in a post published on the Instagram account of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, “the Monegasque team was awarded the Sainte Dévote trophy, honoring since 2009 the winner of the match between the Monegasque Rugby Federation and the Rugby Club Luciana”. Very involved in the field, Princess Charlene “wanted to congratulate all the teams and thank them warmly for their presence at this tournament”.


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Princess Charlene of Monaco: close to her sporting roots

Originally from South Africa, Charlène of Monaco grew up in a country steeped in the love of sport, and more particularly of rugby. If she flourished in swimming, she never put aside her passion for the oval ball. In 2019, the former Olympic swimmer went solo to Dubai to encourage her Impis team, wearing the colors of her foundation, which had played in the quarter-finals of the World Rugby Seven Series tournament.

Photo credits: Pool/ABACA

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