Prince Albert II of Monaco Current Events - Part 31: January 2016 - May 2018


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Welcome to Part 31 of the thread for the Current Events of Prince Albert!

The old thread can be found here:

** Prince Albert II of Monaco Current Events - Part 30: April 2013 - December 2015 **



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It is to day, there is the star team for children, association of Albert, it is to day at Auron
It is not far from Monaco, All the people of Monaco and Nice go to skiing at Auron, The princely family is now at home, the family was at the Maldives.
 
Haha it had never crossed my mind that Monaco had buses. But yes, why not! And now hybrid. Great initiative.
 
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22 years ago, in February 1994, Prince Albert himself competed in the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway. In the 2-man bobsleigh event with Prince Albert as pilot the Principality's representatives ranked 31st out of 42 and in the 4-man bobsleigh event with Prince Albert they finished 26th out of 29.

Here's a video of his visit a couple of days ago, pics of Prince Albert with Monegasque skier Paul Croesi and an interview he has given:


** mc: S.A.S. le Prince Albert II de retour à Lillehammer 22 ans après **


** mc: Paul Croesi souffle le chaud et le froid ** translation **


** mc: Lillehammer, un héritage vivant qui profite à tous ** translation **
 
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On Tuesday, February 16, Prince Albert unveiled Renault's sub-brand Alpine sports concept car, the Alpine Vision in Monaco. The Alpine brand is back after a 20-year-long interruption with a new sports car Renault claims will be ready for sale in 2017.



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What a pity, he is always alone performing his duties in the Principality.
He was alone when opened the New Policlinic at Princess Grace Hospital as well. It's weird that Princess Charlene didn't have 1 or more Hours per day to dedicate to her New Country. Or far worst she left Monaco for South Africa and never came back Since her daddy's Birthday, as rumors are growing.....
 
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Prince Albert met with Pierre Moscovici, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, in Monaco today, February 22.

Moscovici was in Monaco to sign an agreement allowing the exchange of tax information. The agreement, that is to be ratified by 2018, will ensure total tax transparency between Monaco and the 28 states of the European Union.


** fb gallery: Audience au Palais avec M. Pierre Moscovici. **
 
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On March 2nd Prince Albert attended the 3rd Monte Carlo Film Festival de la Comedie in Monaco, one day later, March 3rd, he viewed an exhibition about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. "Her name was Jackie" runs from March 4 to May 29 at the Gallery Ferrero in Nice, France.



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He attended the exhibition one week earlier, on March 3 not on March 10, see my post above :flowers:
 
The Monaco Matin article mentions the incident where Grace, at the instigation of Jackie Kennedy, dressed up as a nurse to visit a seriously ill JFK in the hospital in the early 1950's. It says there is actually a photo of Grace sitting on JFK's bed...how I would love to see that!;)
 
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