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MessageSujet: MARIAGE à MONACO PRINCE ALBERT - CHARLENE   Ven 1 Juil - 18:29

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On ne parle que de ça | Mariage civil à Monaco: une belle fête de famille
Tous les proches du prince réunis autour du couple marié

Albert II et Charlène sont mariés. La cérémonie civile, presque trop rapide, a permis à toute la famille de s’unir dans cet événement heureux célébré dans le souvenir du mariage du Prince Rainier et de la princesse Grace.

Un bref passage au balcon, un baiser furtif, mais une superbe photo de famille. Albert II et Charlène, officiellement mariés, se sont dit «oui» dans la salle du Trône du Palais princier devant le président du Conseil d'Etat Philippe Narmino. La désormais princesse a dit oui en premier suivi par le Prince Albert II qui lui a embrassé la main. Les spectateurs présents devant le palais qui suivaient la cérémonie sur grand écran ont pu acclamer les jeunes époux.


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Une formalité? Bien au contraire, la cérémonie s’est déroulée dans le souvenir du Prince Rainier et de la Princesse Grace, qui avaient prononcé les mêmes vœux, en 1956, dans la même salle. Les mariés ont ensuite signé les registres officiels sur la table qui a également servi au couple monégasque mythique, parent du prince. Ils ont ensuite été accueillis par la fanfare des carabiniers qui a joué un hymne destiné à la nouvelle princesse. L’heureux couple a ensuite posé au balcon pour saluer son peuple et en a profité pour échanger un baiser.


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Ce que l’on retiendra de cette cérémonie à laquelle ont assisté 80 personnes, c’est la jolie photo de famille qu’elle a occasionnée. Les princesses Stéphanie et Caroline entourées de leurs enfants se sont également montrés au balcon. Ainsi que les témoins, Chris Le Vine, le neveu de la princesse Grace et donc le cousin germain d'Albert et Donatella Knecht de Massy, l'épouse de Sébastien Knecht, le petit-fils de la princesse Antoinette.


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I do! Prince Albert finally marries Charlene in civil ceremony at Monaco's royal palace

Catholic Church service will take place tomorrow
Guests to include Nicolas Sarkozy, Roger Moore, Naomi Campell and Karl Lagerfeld
Prince Albert's lawyer denies Charlene Wittstock had passport confiscated at Nice airport during last-minute attempt to leave principality

By Peter Allen

Last updated at 6:49 PM on 1st July 2011


A former Olympic swimmer from South Africa was officially declared Princess Charlene of Monaco today following her marriage to Prince Albert.


Dressed in a sky-blue jacket and skirt, 33-year-old Charlene Wittstock smiled radiantly as she said ‘I do’ in a civil ceremony in the Royal Palace throne room of the ancient Mediterranean principality.

Her new husband, 53-year-old Albert, looked on proudly in a dark suit and grey tie as he put sensational rumours about his personal life behind him.
Sealed with a kiss: Prince Albert and his bride Princess Charlene kiss on the palace balcony after their civil wedding service in Monaco this evening

The French press even compared the nuptials to Britain’s Royal Wedding – while lamenting the fact that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had sadly had to decline their invitation to Monte Carlo because they were on an official trip to Canada.
Less respectful Gallic commentators were, meanwhile, suggesting that history’s first Princess Charlene might not have the same ring to it as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

Miss Wittstock had, in the words of Le Monde, ‘tried to escape’ last week – back home to South Africa after learning that Albert may have fathered a third love child.
As the mystery deepened, Albert’s two love children and their mothers stayed away from today’s 40 minute ceremony at the Royal Palace.



Happy couple: The newly-married couple wave to crowds that gathered below the balcony of the royal palace
Sister act: Princess Alexandra of Hanover, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Pauline Ducruet and Princess Stephanie of Monaco enjoy the cheers of the crowds


Marriage: Prince Albert of Monaco and Charlene Wittstock are seen on a giant screen outside the palace during the civil ceremony

Scandal: The preparations have been dogged by claims that Prince Albert had fathered a third love child
They are also expected to be absent from the Catholic Church ceremony tomorrow.

Instead French President Nicolas Sarkozy is set to join celebrity guests including James Bond star Roger Moore, former supermodel Naomi Campbell, and veteran fashion designers Karl Lagerfeld and Giorgio Armani.

Organisers of the £55million celebrations surrounding the wedding – which included a concert by The Eagles last night – hope that it will rival the 1956 wedding of Albert’s mother, Hollywood star Grace Kelly, and his father, Prince Rainier.
Philippe Narmino, president of Monaco’s Council of State, officiated today, and confirmed that the former Miss Wittstock was now officially a Princess.
Before the 5pm ceremony, Mr Narmino said: ‘It’s the event of my life. Me, who as a magistrate, has dealt with hundreds of divorce dossiers during 27 years, will be marrying a couple for the first time.’
Show of unity: Charlene Wittstock and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend a concert by The Eagles at Louis II Stadium last night

Prince Albert kept a firm hold of his bride-to-be's hand after rumours swirled that she had tried to 'flee'

The couple pose with members of The Eagles, who are performing in Monaco to celebrate their wedding
French musician and composer Jean Michel Jarre performs during a general rehearsal in Monaco, last night. Jarre will perform at a concert on the couple's wedding day

Referring to the Paris news magazine which broke the story about Charlene’s attempted flight, and which still stands by it, Albert’s lawyer Thierry Lacoste said: ‘I heard everything about the child – white, black, who has been born, not yet born - it has to stop, it’s I don’t know what.’

He said: ‘There is no child, it’s a totally false rumour and absolutely without foundation. It’s easy to do your job as a journalist – to check that Charlene did not go to the airport. It’s clearly false, she and the prince were around all last week.’
In fact a senior detective from Monaco, who was involved in the later stages of the ‘incident’ at Nice airport, has confirmed that ‘Charlene had her passport confiscated so that the Prince’s entourage could persuade her to stay’.
Prince Albert will marry his girlfriend in this room during a civil ceremony today

Film crews, caterers and wedding organisers take part in preparations underway at Monaco's palace inner courtyard
Prince Albert has two love children - including Alexandre - pictured with his mother Nicole Coste

Albert already has two children - six-year-old Alexandre, the son of Nicole Coste, a former Air France air hostess from Togo, and Jazmin, 19, whose mother is Tamara Rotola, an American estate agent.

Miss Coste was spotted in Monaco earlier this week, but was said to have been advised to stay away from the wedding to avoid ‘media exposure’.
Mr Lacoste infamously issued fierce denials before DNA tests proved Albert was the father of Alexandre and Tamara.
Despite his strong denial this time around, Mr Lacoste confirmed that he was taking no action against L’Express.
And Christophe Barbier, editor of L’Express and a close friend of French First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, said the magazine had no intention of removing the story from its website, saying: ‘We stand by our information which was supplied by three different sources.’

Mr Barbier said it was important to give Charlene’s attempted return home publicity because of the ‘number of crowned heads and representatives of various states that are expected at the marriage’.
Despite such enthusiastic predictions, the guest list for the wedding – which had been shrouded in secrecy until today - revealed that many senior royals who had been expected to attend were not in fact coming.
French chef Alain Ducasse at work in the kitchen at the Hotel de Paris in Monaco where he will prepare the wedding dinner for the couple and their guests tomorrow

Caterers wheel in fresh fruits and vegetables for the lavish nuptials
In bloom: A worker decorates the law court with a Monaco national flag and flowers
Miss Wittstock, who was born in Zimbabwe and moved to South Africa as a child, met Albert during a 2000 swimming competition in Monaco.

He has been an International Olympic Committee member since 1985 and competed in five Winter Olympics as part of Monaco's bobsled team.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2010331/Monaco-Royal-Wedding-Prince-Albert-Charlene-Wittstock-marry.html#ixzz1QsXoPtEC


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Is that why she was tearful? Prince Albert's bride 'tried to run away THREE times'By Peter AllenLast updated at 11:12 AM on 4th July 2011

The new Princess Charlene of Monaco tried to flee home to South Africa three times before her ‘arranged marriage’ to Prince Albert, it was alleged yesterday.

The former Charlene Wittstock, 33, reportedly made her first escape attempt when she travelled to Paris in May to try on her wedding dress.
During the visit, she ‘took refuge’ in her country’s embassy in the French capital, sources in Monaco said.
Bride and joy?






Prince Albert keeps his emotions firmly in check as Princess Charlene sheds a tear at their wedding in Monaco

Tears: Princess Charlene dabs her eyes with a handkerchief on two different occasions during Saturday's wedding





The allegations, which are surprising considering she went ahead with the wedding on Saturday, emerged in the French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche.

It went on to report that later in May, Charlene made a second apparent attempt to escape during the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix.

More...Runaway bride Princess Charlene's first duty? To stand by Albert over new paternity test scandal
Is this the world's biggest wedding cake? Princess Charlene and Prince Albert lavish wedding night party

Then, last week, royal officials are said to have confiscated her passport en route to Nice airport via the helicopter service that runs between the Mediterranean principality and France. She was then persuaded to go on with the marriage.

‘Several sources have confirmed that an arrangement was reached between the future bride and groom,’ reported Le Journal du Dimanche.
Sources said the Monaco pa
lace had hoped the glitzy wedding – attended by a host of celebrities and European royalty – would ‘overshadow’ new claims about secret children fathered by Albert.
Escape: Sources in Monaco have suggested that Charlene Wittstock attempted to go to the South African embassy in Paris and leave the principality during its Grand Prix
Spectacular: A general view of fireworks during the festivities which took place after the religious ceremony

Sealed with a kiss: The couple kiss as they leave the church and are due to go on honeymoon to South Africa this week
Instead, Charlene was in floods of tears at one point, while her 53-year-old husband looked on impassively.


Meanwhile, the reception that followed provoked ridicule with tacky features such as a giant wedding cake that towered over the couple and a mirrored dance floor.
Among the guests were Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, actor Roger Moore and Topshop boss Sir Philip Green and his wife, Tina.


Tomorrow the couple are due to fly to South Africa on honeymoon, presenting Charlene with her best chance yet of ‘escaping’ Monaco.

A tender kiss: The new Princess Charlene shares a kiss with her Prince after they are pronounced husband and wife
With this ring, I thee wed: Charlene places a 18-carat white gold platinum rings by Cartier on the Prince's finger
Enlarge Mixed emotions: Princess Charlene seemed both glum and pleased as she walked down the aisle with her new husband as the crowds rushed to scatter rose petals on the newly-weds

If an ‘arrangement’ has been reached, however, it may be that Charlene’s principal aim will be to produce a legitimate heir for Albert in return for a multi-millionaire lifestyle.

The prince is due to undergo DNA tests because of claims that he has fathered a third, and possibly even a fourth, love child.

He already has a six-year-old son named Alexandre through Togolese former air hostess Nicole Coste, and a 19-year-old daughter, Jazmin, with Tamara Rotolo, an American estate agent.
Both illegitimate children were kept away from Albert’s wedding to avoid ‘media exposure’, a palace official told Le Journal du Dimanche.

But he also revealed that one of Charlene’s first duties in her new role would be to stand by Albert during another scandal related to his chequered private life.
‘The truth of the rumour is that Albert faces paternity tests following a claim by at least one former lover,’ said the source.
Let us pray: The couple kneel at the altar during their service
Striking: Charlene's bridesmaid carries her long train as the couple leave the wedding mass

Spectacular, spectacular: The VIPs, royals and dignitaries crowed into the main courtyard for the lavish wedding mass
None of Albert’s illegitimate brood will have a claim to the throne.

The official said: ‘Albert will not have an official heir until Princess Charlene bears him one.’
There was not enough time to organise DNA tests before the wedding, but the source said they would go ahead in the next few days.

The French magazine Public has attributed ‘two new illegitimate children’ to Albert. One is said to be the 18-month-old son of an Italian woman who is preparing to tell all.
Others, including Voici magazine, have suggested Miss Coste could have had a second baby by Albert – an idea that gained credibility last week when the 40-year-old beauty was pictured in Monte Carlo.
Elegant in white: The white silk gown designed by Giorgio Armani fell beautifully over her flawless figure



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http://www.thepunch.com.au/articles/Once-upon-a-time-being-a-princess-didnt-suck-so-much/

Once upon a time, being a princess didn’t suck so much
Who in their right mind would want to be a Princess? In the last week, the royal bride lark has well and truly lost its fairytale sparkle.


Do I really have to?
Charlene Wittstock’s real-life Princess story came close to coming off the rails when, in the days leading up to her and Prince Albert of Monaco’s $75 million three-day wedding, she reportedly tried to do a runner.

At the eleventh hour, the bride was caught at the airport in Nice, trying to flee to her native South Africa, on a one-way ticket in order to escape her royal fate.

Before she could even stock up on duty-free gin, the story took a sinister turn when the 33-year-old, allegedly, had her passport confiscated by authorities and a palace intermediary was called in to bargain with her to stay.

Nothing says happily-ever-after like having to use a pliant police force to get your bride to remain in the country long enough to get hitched.

Royal watchers can breathe a sigh of relief because the wedding did go ahead - Placido Domingo performance, Alain Ducasse dinner, Eagles concert and all.

But the photos of the “happy couple” don’t do much to quell any lingering questions about Charlene’s joy at being formally inducted into the Grimaldi family. Most brides’ don’t accessorise their handmade Armani frock with a look of terror and tears.

Then, who can blame her? Her husband, Prince Albert might be the reigning monarch of a stupendously wealth principality that enjoys a balmy Mediterranean climate, but he’s hardly much of a catch.

Rather, he’s a former playboy 20 years her senior who resembles uncooked dough squeezed into a Saville Row suit, and whose tally of illegitimate children currently stands at two (media accounts suggest that talk of another secret bebe coming out of the woodwork sparked Charlene’s airport dash).

Comparisons between Charlene and another naïve, blonde royal bride who was fed to palace courtiers to keep an ancient house with a ready supply of heirs, are hard to ignore. She bears a startling physical resemblance to Princess Diana circa 1981: spooked, nervous, and way too bony for her low-cut Chanel.

Then there’s Kate, whoops, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, who is currently enjoying her first official overseas jaunt in Canada and appears to be about to drown in bonhomie and maple leaf tat.

With memories of her wedding relegated to dusty Woman’s Days in dentists’ waiting rooms, Catherine’s real, depressing fate is emerging. For the first time, it’s becoming glaringly apparent how boring, tedious and repetitive Kate’s life is.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, currently only has one purpose in life – smiling.

There is something a little bit tragic about a university-educated woman who is now judged solely on her ability to pick out hats, titter politely at her balding husband’s quips and not fart in front of minor dignitaries.

Whether she’s shit-scared, tired, PMSing, hungry or desperately needing to go to the loo, Kate has to grin and live with the fate she’s chosen.

It’s a lesson that someone should have told poor old Lady Di before she took the royal plunge. Even in death, Diana isn’t afforded any peace, with her ghost still routinely being hauled out like a ghoulish stage-trick to sell magazines.

Last week, when she would have turned the big 5-0, a digitally-aged picture of the People’s Princess, wrinkles and all, was splashed across the cover of Newsweek. The magazine’s editor, and Diana’s old friend, Tina Brown, seemed to have no qualms about dragging her royal pal out of the grave in a stunt that smacked of a desperate ploy to shift copies of the struggling title.

It’s time to ditch the Cindarella fantasy, because dead or alive, the Princess gig isn’t looking quite so magical these days.
D-lightful: HRH Elser, Princess of the Punch


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