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Old 07-14-2008, 05:32 PM
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Angeline, I've also noticed that Stephanie is very kind towards
Charlene at that kind of official events, that's great to see
but not really surprising As to the second observation:
Stephanie quite often seems to be nervous at official events,
that has always been so during her long life as a princess, it's
her natural - and very likeable - shyness. Albert as well as
Charlene have been her escort, in case that's the right word
and Albert of course supports the work of Fight Aids Monaco as
well.

Here's a link with pics of Albert and Charlene watching the Grand
Prix in May, I can't remember having seen those pics before.
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Old 07-15-2008, 02:40 AM
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In those pictures above Charlene has the same dress as during Tokio Hotel concert. This little white doggie is cute, wonder if it's gift for her from Albert. But what exactly she is doing to this doggie in pic #11.

No interaction between Charlene and Albert, like always...
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I don't think Charlene know how to hold a dog. You can look at her face and show she not happy.
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Old 07-15-2008, 06:23 PM
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i don't see Charlene is not happy on this photo, she holds the small dog as i do with my dog. There is no way to hold a dog or a cat
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I don't think Charlene know how to hold a dog. You can look at her face and show she not happy.
she is always not in the mood you are right that is not the way to hold a dog because he will fall and he could pis on you since the dog is a puppy just like my dog i never hold him like that because he is too small and the bone have not yet develop like a big dog it is just like a baby you have to hold them in the right way unless they could get hurt easy so much for the practice
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Old 07-25-2008, 12:13 AM
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Maybe she is holding the dog to make PA happy? His family likes dogs. He grew up with PGs dogs. CW is probably trying to fit in and look the society part with small dog in arms?
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Old 07-25-2008, 12:42 AM
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Maybe she is holding the dog to make PA happy? His family likes dogs. He grew up with PGs dogs. CW is probably trying to fit in and look the society part with small dog in arms?
Have you ever tried to hold a puppie? It's impossible to hold a young dog in a comfortable position! It's more like the puppie allows you to hold it than you manage to hold the puppie...and sometimes not even then. I've dropped (inadvertantly) more than one puppie (but they always recover and love to lick you).

Lighten up! I don't think there is a "proper" way to hold a pup.
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Old 07-25-2008, 02:01 AM
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I agree in there no proper way to hold a puppy. I've had a few dogs in my life, currently have two dogs who've been raised since pups, and each dog likes to be held differently. The chihuahua liked to have his arms around my neck and his nose in my face, and the big dog loved to be held with his head laying on my shoulder.

Charlene's doing fine with the dog (and it's such a cutie).
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First a puppy then children
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Old 07-25-2008, 05:30 AM
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Have you ever tried to hold a puppie? It's impossible to hold a young dog in a comfortable position! It's more like the puppie allows you to hold it than you manage to hold the puppie...and sometimes not even then. I've dropped (inadvertantly) more than one puppie (but they always recover and love to lick you).

Lighten up! I don't think there is a "proper" way to hold a pup.
There IS a right way to hold a puppy, ask any vet. The person who dropped a puppy more than once should try and learn the right way before a poor dog is seriously hurt.
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There IS a right way to hold a puppy, ask any vet. The person who dropped a puppy more than once should try and learn the right way before a poor dog is seriously hurt.
I have to agree. One of the safest ways to hold a puppy is to pick it up by reaching around the front legs under the "arm" and support the shoulders with the fingers - the same way you would pick up a small child. Then put the puppy next to your chest put one hand under his bottom to support the hindquarters and the other to support the back. It's how you teach small kids to pick up their puppies. In reality it's basically the same way you pick up a baby. I may not have explained well and perhaps someone else could explain it better. In fairness Charlene may not be someone who has been around animals much. In fairness to SMDouglas there are some puppies who have so much energy they are impossible to hold. If that were the case with Charlene I think we would have seen photos of her struggle to hold the puppy. In which case she did the best she could.
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Old 07-25-2008, 09:10 PM
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You're right - I was referring to the wiggly, four legged, furry, wet tongued bundle of energy most people call a puppy. Thanks for the appropriate procedures for picking up a puppy.

I'd comment on the current events of PA and CW, but I'm not aware of any.....
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Old 07-28-2008, 04:53 PM
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Pics 28.7.2008

Prince Albert and Charlene Wittstock attend the German
Club Gala in Monaco on July 28, 2008

** Pic 1 ** Pic 2 ** Pic 3 **
** Pic 4 ** Pic 5 ** Pic 6 ** Pic 7 **
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Old 07-28-2008, 09:47 PM
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My God it seems to me she has lost a lot of weight !
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I agree. She looks so different........tired.......distracted.......
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Nice to see a change from the black she favours but not sure of the style of the dress and her hair style is too casual. good to see them together at a function again.

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I wish someone would tell her that she needs to invest in a bra.
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I wish someone would tell her that she needs to invest in a bra.
Not me...I like her without a bra.
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I believe she looks lovely... well composed and quite happy. As for the notion of bra/no bra... clearly she is wearing one.
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Here are three more additional pics from yesterday,
2 and 3 are very nice

** Pic 1 ** Pic 2 ** Pic 3 **
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