They haven’t been seen this way for a long time: Albert Monaco and his wife Charlene attended the Rugby World Cup final in Paris. The princess cheered and clapped, and finally celebrated South Africa’s victory.
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- Princess Charlene was very happy during the Rugby World Cup final in Paris last night.
- Whoever sees the princess’s pictures no longer needs to read the match report.
- Charlene’s smiling face is a clue to the winner’s name: South Africa, of course.
South Africa were crowned world rugby champions in Paris yesterday. For defending champion South Africa, this was their fourth victory after 1995, 2007 and 2019.
Many celebrities were in attendance at the 12:11 final win over New Zealand at the Stade de France. TV cameras caught Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer several times.
The Swiss tennis legend sat on the court with his wife, Mirka, his four children, and his mother, Lynette, from South Africa. Federer visited the victorious Springboks in the dressing room after the match.
Charlene looks happier than she has in a long time
Albert and Charlene from Monaco were barely caught by the TV cameras, but they were celebrating a little more than Federer. In particular, the princess, who has South African roots, appeared relaxed and happier during the match than she has been for a long time.
Former swimmer Charlene has a lot of love for her local team. Whoever looks at her pictures no longer needs to read the match report.
Charlene, often described as tough and emotional, clapped, laughed, cheered, raised her hands to the sky, hugged the audience and looked completely detached.
At the end of the match, Charlene’s shining eyes immediately show which team has won the Rugby World Cup Final – South Africa, of course.
Bottom line: The royal couple probably won’t soon forget this evening together in Paris.
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