In a biography entitled The Man and the Prince released in 2018, Prince Albert of Monaco returned his atypical childhood surrounded by women. It was also an opportunity for him to talk about his relationship with his sister Caroline of Monaco, who celebrates her 65th birthday this Sunday, January 23.
The childhood memories of Albert of Monaco and Caroline of Monaco. This Sunday, January 23, the latter celebrates her 65th birthday, the opportunity for Gala.fr to remember the past bickering between brother and sister. In 2018, the Prince of Monaco gave himself up on his tender memories with two journalists specializing in royal families for the writing of a biography titled The Man and the Prince. His sisters Caroline and Stephanie also participated in the writing of the book as recalled by Le Point.
In the course of the interviews, the brother and sister reveal the backstage of their childhood. “As children, we were probably more attached to our nanny than to our parents,” recalls Caroline, the eldest of the three, for example. We also learn that the arguments are regular between the two elders. But not only that, we finally know where Prince Albert’s scar comes from. Quite simply, one day Caroline of Monaco threw a record-eater in the direction of his brother, he took it in the face. Since then, he keeps a trace for life.
Hard blow for Caroline of Monaco
If today is a day of celebration, Caroline of Monaco knew some inconveniences these last days. Indeed, the princess who used to organize the Rose Ball announced bad news in a statement. The event has been postponed for four months due to sanitary conditions in the principality: “The Rose Ball, initially scheduled for March 19, has been postponed, due to sanitary conditions, to Friday, July 8, 2022.” Princess Caroline had chosen Christian Louboutin to be the artistic director of this new edition of the Bal de la Rose. Its theme is “the 20s, the return”. An exhibition dedicated to Christian Louboutin is scheduled to open the day after the ball, “L’Exhibition[niste]”, at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco, between July 9 and August 28, 2022. It is therefore only a postponement.
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