Charlène and Albert de Monaco meet Jacques and Gabriella again at the end of their introductory courses in aquatic and marine disciplines

Water will forever remain the common ground between Prince Albert II of Monaco and his wife. Charlène, as a former swimmer, and Albert, as a descendant of the explorer and oceanographer Albert Ie, both have this passion for water, the sea and the oceans. It is your turn to initiate your children. Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella have completed two introductory courses in recent weeks in this area.

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Two summer courses on marine and aquatic themes for Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella

To the great pleasure and pride of Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene, their children have inherited their passion for water and the sea. Interested in this topic because it is more than a passion, maritime issues are also becoming political, scientific and economic issues.

It is not necessary to recall the international career of what was known for a long time as Charlene Wittstock, before marrying Prince Albert II. As for him, there is no need to recall her important contribution to raising awareness in the maritime world. A few days ago she went to Lisbon to talk about the preservation of the seas, then in Bremen to defend coral reefsnot to mention his family trip to Norway following in the footsteps of his explorer ancestor.

Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella with friends during their Blue School at Monaco’s Academy of the Sea (Photo: Eric Mathon/Prince’s Palace)

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After a water rescue course, the princely twins went on a sea-themed summer camp.

It would seem that the children of the princely couple have this same passion. The Prince’s Palace informs us that Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella have passed their blue school, that is, an introductory course in diving and water rescue at the Monegasque Academy of the Sea. Water rescue and learning to swim are two of the causes supported by the Princess Charlene Foundation.

Jacques and Gabriella receive their medals at the end of their course organized by the Yacht Club Monaco (Photo: Eric Mathon / Prince’s Palace)
Crown Prince Jacques in his Givenchy shirt proudly holding one of his medals (Photo: Eric Mathon/Prince’s Palace)

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After completing their diving and salvage course, the 7-year-old twins followed with a second one-week course. On this occasion, they participated in the Seadventures Summer Camp organized by the Yacht Club Monaco. This summer camp is a one-week course to discover navigation and make the marine world known.

Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene picked up their children at the end of their summer camp on the theme of sailing and raising awareness of the marine world (Photo: Eric Mathon / Prince’s Palace)

At the end of this week, Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella received medals. The Prince’s Palace shared photos of the princely children and the princely couple reunited at the end of the camp. Crown Prince Jacques, in his Givenchy t-shirt, and Princess Gabriella, in a Daisy t-shirt, proudly show off his medals.

Nicholas Fontain

Editor

Nicolas Fontaine has been a freelance web editor since 2014. After being a copywriter and author for numerous Belgian and French brands and media, he specialized in royalty news. Nicholas is now editor-in-chief of Histoires royales. nicolas@historiesroyales.fr


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