Princess Charlene of Monaco supporter in Marseille: This must have outfit soberly worn for a crazy meeting

Saturday, November 12, 2022, Charlene of Monaco put aside her role as princess and was transformed, for a few hours, into a real supporter. Indeed, she attended the rugby match between South Africa and France. For the occasion, she had chosen to wear a fan’s essential.

It is at the Velodrome stadium in Marseille, Saturday, November 12, 2022, that Charlene of Monaco was seen alongside her husband, Prince Albert of Monaco. Indeed, the couple attended the rugby match between South Africa and France. At the end of the match, it is the Blues who won by a narrow margin. For the occasion, the princess and her husband chose to wear the scarf in the South African colors, yellow and green. This must-have of the supporter is often worn in a raw way, very far from the delicacy associated with a princess. Only, once again, the mother of Gabriella and Jacques managed to put everyone in agreement with the way to tie her scarf. She was very classy.


As a reminder, the princess was born in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and grew up in South Africa. It is also in this country that she followed in the footsteps of her mother by becoming a professional swimmer. Even today, even if she has moved to Monaco, she does not miss an opportunity to defend the colors of South Africa. If it is in swimming that she distinguished herself, she is also a fan of rugby. For good reason, this sport has rocked her entire childhood since her brothers and her father were addicted to the oval ball. So she had a lot of fun during the match between South Africa and France. With her scarf, she brought all her support to the Springboks. If the match was described as completely crazy, the presence of the mother of the family did not bring luck to the South African players.


Charlene of Monaco witnessed a very violent match

Indeed, at the end of the game, it is France who won (30-26). But the match made damages since five players left with a concussion. After a headbutt, the player Jonathan Danty was even out with “a suspected fracture of the orbital floor”, reports Rugbyrama. Physically, it was the hardest match of my career,” explained Cameron Woki, 2nd row for Les Bleus, to RMC Sport. On the other side, we had monsters. It was complicated to compete. We played a good first 20 minutes. We didn’t give up. We had to disrespect our body as Fabien Galthié [the coach of the French team, editor’s note] says. Men left their bodies there. It was a bit of a war on the field.”

In recent weeks, Charlene of Monaco has multiplied her appearances at sporting events. She does not miss an opportunity to support the athletes, as she knows how difficult it is to reach the top level in a discipline. She will make sure to transmit her passion for sports to her two children.

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