Corpus Christi celebrations in Monaco - Princess Charlene

Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the celebrations of Corpus Christi from the Gallery of Hercules on June 4, 2015 in Monaco. (Corpus Christi is a Christian observance that honors the Holy Eucharist. It is also known as the Feast of the Most Holy Body of Christ, as well as the Day of Wreaths. The Feast of Corpus Christi (Fête-Dieu in French), called the Procession of the Blessed Sacrament, is a Roman Catholic feast celebrated on the Thursday following Trinity Sunday (i.e., sixty days after Easter)
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the celebrations of Corpus Christi from the Gallery of Hercules
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the celebrations of Corpus Christi from the Gallery of Hercules
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the celebrations of Corpus Christi from the Gallery of Hercules
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the celebrations of Corpus Christi from the Gallery of Hercules
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the celebrations of Corpus Christi from the Gallery of Hercules
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the celebrations of Corpus Christi from the Gallery of Hercules
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the celebrations of Corpus Christi from the Gallery of Hercules
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the celebrations of Corpus Christi from the Gallery of Hercules

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  1. Charlene looks stunning!

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  2. She was not invited to the wedding of ............... in switzerland, it seems she is an disrespected and isolated Princess.

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    1. What wedding in Switzerland are you discussing? Charlene is held with affection and respect by the Monagasques, especially now that she has produced the Heir. No one's else's respect matters but theirs.

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    2. This sounds like made up junk to me.

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  3. merci sur ces précisions très claires sur la Fête-Dieu ! Beaucoup de médias sont passés à côté de cette fête en parlant d'une procession de pénitents... c'était effectivement bien plus que cela et vous l'avez rappelé, bravo !

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