Saturday, June 29, 2019, Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam were united religiously. On this occasion, Albert II of Monaco had been keen to make a speech in honor of the bride and groom. On this wedding anniversary, find out why he was the only one to speak at the ceremony.
Saturday, June 29, 2019, Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam were on a small cloud. After their lavish civil union, the two lovebirds were married religiously. A ceremony still full of winks. And in particular to her mother, Caroline of Monaco, but also to her childhood, since for this wedding, Charlotte Casiraghi had privileged Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, region dear to her heart. Far from the civil ceremony, this one was more intimate. Only the families of the bride and groom and their closest friends were invited.
“He said things so tender
What to give rise to more private scenes. No more images of the groom thrown into the water by his brothers-in-law, Pierre Casiraghi doing the show, or Caroline of Monaco unleashed in front of Mc Solaar. If a crazy atmosphere was in place on June 1, 2019, June 29 was more placed under the sign of emotion. Thus, the splendid bride touched her guests by pushing the song. But the height of emotion was the arrival thanks to Prince Albert.
The uncle of Charlotte Casiraghi made a speech in honor of the parents of little Balthazar. He was in fact the only one to launch himself from this perilous exercise, as reported by Point de Vue, Wednesday, July 3, 2019. And he did wonderfully, upsetting the assembly. “He said things so tender, so cute, it was to cry with emotion. He loves his nephews so much! And Caroline was constantly moved. Everything was sweet. Everything was pretty,” a guest told our colleagues.
A protective uncle
Daddy gaga of his twins Jacques and Gabriella – who had a key role in this union – Prince Albert II of Monaco has a special relationship with his nephews and nieces. It must be said that he was particularly present for them and for his elder sister during the terrible death of Stefano Casiraghi. The Sovereign had indeed made a point of being present for Caroline of Monaco. “It seemed natural to me to help my older sister in the face of the tragedy she was going through,” he told Point de Vue.
And to detail: “Caroline asked me if it would be possible for me to go to her house regularly, to take time for Andrea, Charlotte and Pierre, who were still very young all three. This he did with undisguised pleasure. “For a whole period, I made sure I was there almost every night, sometimes even during the day. It seemed natural to me,” explained the companion of Charlene of Monaco. Since then, he has kept a close and trusting relationship with Andrea, Charlotte and Pierre. What could be more natural then that in the absence of Stefano Casiraghi it is Albert of Monaco who held this speech.
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