Princess Charlène Opens Children’s Shelter
On February 1st, Princess Charlène of Monaco officially opened the Princess Charlène Child Welfare Shelter.
Accompanied by her husband, Prince Albert II, the Princess opened the shelter which will be a home for children with familial difficulties. Following a speech by the director of the shelter, Mr Patrick Serre, Princess Charlène revealed a plaque commemorating the opening.
During the visit, the Prince and Princess were given a tour of the shelter, which includes a new painting of Princess Charlène by the Brazilian artist Romero Britto. The couple also took the time to play some foosball.
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