07:37 PM EDT 12/18/2014
Originally posted 12/11/2014 06:35PM
When royal twins are born, who inherits the throne?
Originally posted 12/10/2014 02:20PM
It's a boy and a girl for Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco.
Originally posted 10/11/2014 12:55PM
The news that Prince Albert of Monaco and Princess Charlene are expecting twins surprised many, especially Prince Albert!
Originally posted 10/23/2012 10:55AM
Prince Albert of Monaco and his statuesque bride, Princess Charlene, brought a dash of royal glamour to our shores Monday night.
The couple, in New York for the 30th Anniversary Princess Grace Awards Gala hosted by the Princess Grace Foundation-USA and Dom Perignon at Cipriani 42nd Street, mingled with celebs, including Oscar winner Geena Davis and TV personality Paula Zahn.
Albert, whose mother Princess Grace died in a car crash 30 years ago, put his arm around Charlene's waist as they posed for photos, and the pair held hands as they entered the event just after 6:30 p.m.
Originally posted 05/18/2012 10:00AM
The Duchess of Cambridge was looking good for Her Majesty on Friday.
She joined husband William and his brother Prince Harry for a special lunch at Windsor Castle during which Queen Elizabeth entertained monarchs from 26 countries and most members of her immediate family.
Kate, 30, wore a $2,000 coat dress designed by Emilia Wickstead. Described as a pleated dress with a square neck, it is made of double crepe wool and is from the current collection.
Originally posted 11/02/2011 12:05PM
It's the question that continues to shadow Monaco's Prince Albert and Princess Charlene, even four months after their wedding: Was she really going to ditch her groom-to-be after allegations that he cheated right before their wedding?
"Why would he go through all this effort to have this fantastic couple of days, to have our most intimate dearest friends come join us, for us to be reluctant?" the former Olympic swimmer, 33, told Matt Lauer on Wednesday's Today show as her husband, 53, sat next to her. "It sounded a bit delirious."
"So, there was no 'runaway bride'?" pressed Lauer, who also mentioned the rumor that Monaco palace guards followed her to the Nice airport and took away her passport.
"No. Not at all," she said. Her husband explained the origins of such stories by saying, "I think there were ... people that were envious or did not like the fact that we were finally … together and marrying."
Originally posted 07/21/2011 08:00AM
The honeymoon is over – at least for the press.
Dogged by persistent rumors that their early July wedding was not going to take place because of new revelations about the groom's private life – and continuing press speculation concerning the nature of their marriage – Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco addressed representatives of three news outlets on Wednesday evening, only hours after the couple returned from their honeymoon.
"We want to express our outrage about these rumors. It's unbearable," declared Albert, 53, reports Nice-Matin, one of those publications hastily summoned to meet with the newlyweds. The newspaper described the prince as "visibly ... wounded."
Originally posted 07/06/2011 05:30AM
After the fairytale wedding comes the bill.
Amid tight security on Tuesday, honeymooners Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco arrived in Durban, South Africa, where they were greeted by the country's president, Jacob Zuma – who informed Albert he still needed to meet one local custom: a dowry for his South African-raised bride.
"It's a South African tradition that a man pays lobolo for a wife," joked Zuma, invoking the Zulu dowry custom of presenting a negotiated gift of cattle to the bride's family as proof that the bride will never go hungry. "So we expect Prince Albert to pay cows for his bride."
The couple, who married last weekend in a lavish ceremony, spoke briefly with Zuma at an International Olympic Organizing Committee cocktail party they attended after their overnight flight to the KwaZulu-Natal region's King Shaka International Airport.
Originally posted 07/02/2011 11:55AM
Charlene Wittstock put fears that she was going to be a runaway bride to rest for good as she wed Prince Albert of Monaco in a religious ceremony on Saturday.
A day after their civil ceremony, the Rhodesian-born Olympian walked down the aisle on the arm of her father in a dazzling off-white silk Duchesse Giorgio Armani Privé dress with a long train and long veil made from off-white silk tulle. The dress was embellished with flowery embroidery, crafted with stones in gold shades, along with Swarovski crystals and mother of pearl teardrops in white and gold hues.
Albert was wearing the cream-colored summer uniform of the palace guards, as well as three medals, including the French Legion of Honor and the Order of the Grimaldi.
As he slipped the ring on his bride's finger, the prince winked and she giggled, looking relaxed. The two exchanged vows in French, which Wittstock studied intensively for a month at the Institut de Francais.
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