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Albert of Monaco “humble” and “funny”: Gad Elmaleh says more about his personality

On the set of Télématin, this Monday, December 13, Gad Elmaleh made confidences on the character of Prince Albert II of Monaco, whom he had the opportunity to meet when he was in couple with Charlotte Casiraghi.

In full promotion for his new show, entitled D’ailleurs, Gad Elmaleh was the guest of Télématin, this Monday, December 13. With Julia Vignali and Thomas Sotto, the comedian spoke about his mother, a great source of inspiration for him and the time when she met the Monegasque family. Charlotte Casiraghi’s ex-partner also spoke about the personality of Albert II of Monaco, who would be “humble” and would even have “humor”. “But really,” insisted the comedian, revealing that the Prince has seen his show, in which he talks about his former in-laws.

This is not the first time that Gad Elmaleh talks about Princess Charlene’s husband and his relatives. Last February, the brother of the actor Arié had confided in the columns of Paris Match. “No one but me can tell that he was with the granddaughter of Grace of Monaco,” he had first launched, with pride, before specifying that he was welcomed “with warmth” by the Grimaldi family. Concerning the prince Albert II, the comedian had indicated that he was a “very good imitator”. Returning to his former relationship with the mother of his son Raphael, the star of the film Chouchou also spoke about the difference of his world, full of “semolina and dumplings” with that of his ex, full of “glamour and glitter”.

The Rock, “infinite source of jokes”

Despite everything, it was not so complicated for him to adapt, since he had described himself as “a social four-wheeler”, which “can walk on all terrains”. Six years after his separation with Charlotte Casiraghi, Gad Elmaleh continues to draw on his memories to make his audience laugh. It must be said that the Rock represents, for him, “a mine of ideas, an infinite source of jokes, which he distills without malice,” as noted by our colleagues in Paris Match.

Photo credits: France 2 screen capture

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