Prince Albert has been completing a veritable marathon of appointments for several days – but there is no sign of Princess Charlene of Monaco. Kate Middleton and Prince William are currently going their separate ways. What’s behind it?
NEW YORK – It seemed like it was the second spring, but after the numerous incidents in which Albert (65) and Charlene von Monaco (45) appeared together in a turtle pose, everyday life seems to have returned to a rocky state. Gone are the yachting holidays with twins Jack and Gabriella (both 8), the kisses at a charity golf tournament and visits to a rugby match. Charlene and Albert are currently traveling alone, just like Prince William (41) and Kate Middleton (41).
Prince Albert and Prince William’s solo trip: thousands of kilometers separate them from Charlene and Kate
Charlene and Albert from Monaco were supposed to travel together to South Africa last weekend to support the ‘Aquabike Challenge’ run by the Charlene Foundation. But contrary to the ad, the South African native appeared alone in the competition. On the other hand, Albert preferred to celebrate with his ex-lover Nicole Coste (51 years old) at Oktoberfest. A day later, he was whispering to Princess Akiko of Japan, 41, in the stands of the Rugby World Cup in Nice, although sporting events are otherwise a shared passion between him and his wife, Charlene.
Prince Albert’s next stop: New York. As announced by the Palace of Monaco, Albert II participated in the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly there. Prince William was there too. Both members of the royal family are deeply committed to protecting the environment, which is why Prince William launched the Earthshot Prize in 2020. The 15 finalists were announced at the Earthshot Prize Summit in New York, in the presence of William and Prince Albert, who exchanged ideas extensively. But where were Kate Middleton and Charlene Monaco at this important event?
The Earthshot Prize was launched in 2020 by Prince William and David Attenborough (aged 97). It is awarded every year to five winners for their contributions to environmental protection. It was first awarded in 2021 and is set to run annually until 2030. Each winner will receive a £1 million grant to continue their environmental work.
As a result, the award has gained a significant presence in the United States of America. Behind Prince William are former New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (43 years old) and former UN climate official Christiana Figueres (67 years old), who played a leading role in the Paris Agreement. SolShare’s Earthshot finalist Sebastian Groh (34) says it out loud telegraph To the next point: “Suddenly Bill Gates walks by your product and says: ‘That’s interesting.’” He was surprised by the appeal of royals, especially in the USA.
The awards will be awarded in Singapore in 2023
Without Charlene and Kate: Albert II and Prince William devoted themselves only to their honest projects
School has only just started again for Monaco twins Jack and Gabriella are now in third grade, but they have to get used to something new, as Charlene from Monaco reveals. Prince George (10), Princess Charlotte (8) and Prince Louis (5) also returned to school. The royals cannot travel with them, so childcare could explain Charlene and Kate’s absence. But last year, the couple accompanied their spouses on a trip to the USA despite having school-age children.
However, Princess Kate also attended appointments without William. During her visit to the “Streets of Growth” charity in London, Kate Middleton attracted everyone’s attention with her trendy 2023 hairstyle, a butterfly cut, and wore a camel-colored trouser suit designed by Roland Mouret. However, fans are already fearing that they will have to abandon the planned big appearance of the heir to the British throne. The Earthshot Award Ceremony will be held in Singapore on November 7. “Kate is not expected to accompany him,” he announced. TelegraphBut without giving any specific reasons. Sources used: Instagram, telegraph.co.uk
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