Recently, the public is in a bustle about the news that Prince Albert of Monaco and Charlene Wittstock are preparing for their marriage ceremony later this week. This event is expected by tens of thousands of visitors coming to witness the royal wedding in Monaco this week.
Prince Albert is in urging preparation for his wedding with Charlene Wittstock, a former Olympic swimmer for South Africa and the daughter of a photocopier salesman, marking Monaco’s first crown princess since Grace Kelly’s death in a car accident in 1982. The 52-year-old prince met the 32-year-old willowy blonde Olympic swimmer in 2000 when she traveled to Monaco for a swimming competition at the Sydney Olympics and has been dating her publicly since 2006. The royal couples must wait at least six months between the announcement of the engagement and the wedding day. When being asked whether Wittstock might be pregnant, she answered “Honestly, I don't think so."
Charlene Wittstock and Princess Albert II of Monaco
The Princely weddingMonaco 2011 will be celebrated on 1 July. The American rock band the Eagles will perform Hotel California for local people while pop singer Jean-Michel Jarre plans to celebrate a show over the port. Albert II, the head of this tiny principality since the death of his father in 2005, will show the world about the financial ability of this rich tiny country by the newlyweds in an open-top electric Lexus.
Prince Albert II of Monaco and his fiance Charlene Wittstock attend the awards ceremony of the 35th Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival in Monaco on Tuesday, Janary 2011
Prince and his bride-to-be beaming at the crowd in Monaco on National Day 2010
Monaco's next princess greets the Archbishop
Monaco's future princess Charlene Wittstock
Charlene Wittstock appearing in an interview and taking photos with Vogue magazine
Princess-to-be Charlene Wittstock in a short blonde hair
A clown gives a bouquet of flowers to Prince Albert II of Monaco’s fiance, Charlene Wittstock, as she arrives to attend the awards ceremony of the 35th Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival in Monaco on Tuesday, January 25, 2011
As a former Olympic swimmer for South Africa, in the All Africa Games the year before, she won gold in the 100-meter freestyle
Princess-to-be glowing at a party in Monaco. Shehas learnt the Monégasque dialect, European court protocol, and the French language for the Monaco Royal's requirements
Charlene Wittstock- Prince Albert in urging preparation for their wedding