PICTURES. Key moments in 2021 for the Princely Family
From the reunion of the princely family after Princess Charlene’s prolonged absence, to the royal couple’s 10-year marriage and Prince Albert II’s first electric flight, here are seven key moments of the princely family’s year in 2021.
Charlotte Casiraghi in song
Princess Caroline’s daughter unveiled her beautiful voice on May 4, during the Chanel Cruise 2021-2022 fashion show. The show was not open to the public, due to the health crisis, but celebrities were there, such as Vanessa Paradis or AngÃ¨le, in the company of SÃ©bastien Tellier. Charlotte Casiraghi performed The rock, one of the singer’s hits.
Princely Couple’s 10th wedding anniversary
On July 1, Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene celebrated their 10th birthdayâ¦ in a video. Princess Charlene could not be in Monaco for health reasons, the Couple celebrated the event through a miniseries of 10 episodes, which traces the ceremony of 2011 and was published on the social networks of the Palace Princely.
The princely family reunited in South Africa
Over the summer, Prince Albert II, Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella visited Princess Charlene, who had been in South Africa since May, due to an ENT infection. The princely family was able to share some photos of their long-awaited reunion.
Prince Albert II performs his first electric flight
The Sovereign Prince boarded a 100% electric plane on September 14, for a return trip between Monaco and Nice-CÃ´te-d’Azur airport. He is the first head of state to take such a flight. The plane was piloted by RaphaÃ«l Domjan, founder of the SolarStratos project.
After an eight-month absence for health reasons, the princess was back in Monaco on November 8, after a ten-hour flight from South Africa. She was greeted by Prince Albert II and their children. The Princess was then taken to a health facility outside the Principality to recover.
Royal twins give Christmas gifts
Even far from their Mum, Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella continued the traditional distribution of Christmas gifts to the children of Monaco. They are joined by Princess StÃ©phanie and her children Louis Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb. Official duties meant that Prince Albert II could not be present.
Princess Charlene sends Christmas greetings
Far from her family, Princess Charlene nevertheless made a point of celebrating Christmas, via her Instagram account: “I wish everyone a safe and beautiful holiday season, all my love.”