After a long time away from the spotlight, Charlotte casiraghi the scene resumed. Grace Kelly’s granddaughter last week appeared resplendent at the Longines Global Champions Tour, in the Principality of Monaco, alongside her mother Carolina and eldest son Raphael, whom actor Gad Elmaleh had almost eight years ago. And a few days later, more resplendent than ever, she showed up paired with her husband, the film producer Dimitri Rassam, to one of the most exclusive parties of the Cannes Film Festival in progress, on private beach of the Bijou Plage restaurant. A party organized by Chanel, of which the 34-year-old Monegasque royal is an ambassador.
The couple’s return to public – who got married in summer 2019 and has a three-year-old son, Balthazar – it’s a small event. The two, in fact, in recent years have chosen to minimize the worldly commitments, divided between his work, in Paris, and the family dimension that they created in the Barbizon green, a stone’s throw from the French capital, on the edge of one of the most beautiful forests in Europe.
The couple’s public appearance seems to dispel rumors that their marriage is dead. Especially during the toughest period of the lockdown, there was talk of a Rassam sad and disconsolate for the distance from the firstborn Darya, had by his ex-wife, the Russian model Masha Novoselova, and a Charlotte increasingly worried about the holding of the wedding. On the other hand, Charlotte’s confidentiality and her decision to move away from the Principality to live in the countryside (albeit in a luxurious residence of the Grimaldi family), making her disappear from the radar of the media, has fueled the rumors and gossip that already by nature surround the royals.
Now the photos with her husband, in one of the most glamorous appointments of this summer, also appear as a testimony of theharmony that has not been lost between the two, or that, at least, has been rediscovered.