Prince Albert and the princess Charlene of Monaco were the first foreign royals to confirm their presence at thecoronation of King Charles III the May 6th of this year.
Prince Albert, 64, told a People: «StI am sure it will be an incredible and very moving ceremony. We have maintained contact since His Majesty became King, but I haven’t spoken to him personally since the Queen’s funeral. I am sure that Your Majesty will add his “own touches” at the ceremony, but what they will be I don’t know».
Alberto, who shares eight-year-old twins with Charlene, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriellasays he thinks his children might be “a little too young” to participate at the event.
The coronation of King Charles III will take place on May 6th of this year and is expected to be a glorious show of pageantry. Insiders agreed that any attempt to make the occasion more understated and restrained would be a missed opportunity to showcase the UK on the world stage. The Queen Consort will be crowned alongside the King and the coronation is organized by the Duke of Norfolk, who arranged the late Queen’s funeral.
As royalty, King Charles and Prince Albert have a long and unique friendship that stretches back decades. Describing Charles as “a pioneer” of environmentalism, Prince Albert said: “He was the first major state figure to commit himself to environmental protection… I admire his struggle for great battles».
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene were among the international leaders who attended the funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II. This week, Alberto joined royalty from around the world at the funeral of Constantine II, former king of Greece.
Source: Vanity Fair
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