Minute's silence held in Monaco to honour the victims of the terrorist attack

Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Alexandra observe a minute of silence on November 16, 2015 at the Monaco Palace in Monaco on November 16, 2015 to pay tribute to victims of the attacks claimed by Islamic State which killed at least 129 people and left more than 350 injured on November 13. ( VIDEO )
Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Alexandra observe a minute of silence on November 16, 2015 at the Monaco Palace in Monaco
Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Alexandra observe a minute of silence on November 16, 2015 at the Monaco Palace in Monaco
Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Alexandra observe a minute of silence on November 16, 2015 at the Monaco Palace in Monaco
Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Alexandra observe a minute of silence on November 16, 2015 at the Monaco Palace in Monaco
Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Alexandra observe a minute of silence on November 16, 2015 at the Monaco Palace
Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Alexandra observe a minute of silence on November 16, 2015 at the Monaco Palace
Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Alexandra observe a minute of silence on November 16, 2015 at the Monaco Palace
Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Alexandra observe a minute of silence on November 16, 2015 at the Monaco Palace

44 comments:

  1. Why do they always have to wear sunglasses? They are not on the beach!

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    1. If you look at the reflection it shows blue sky and scattered clouds. They are just standing in the shade. My goodness! How trivial to worry about that.
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    2. I would suspect that Monaco is built right on a bay of the Mediterranean and it seems all the buildings around there are white or bright colors. The sun is usually bright there so I imagine that sunglasses are very appropriate. I know I would wear them if I was there.

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  2. One has to follow the fashion, No ?????No sun neither long hair but a la mode : YES!!!

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  3. I thought the same. The sunglasses and the colorful scarf are taking away that seriousity.

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    1. I agree. Especially sunglasses on Charlene's head, as If she is causal standing with group or strolling.

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    2. Wow, someone is not very sophisticated. Caroline's scarf is a 'rare' Hermes scarf in the colors of France. It was obviously worn as a tribute.

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  4. Sunglasses are not only for the beach!

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  5. nonsense naysayers! they look seriously touched and It is a nice gesture. stop criticizing.

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  6. Since when are Sunglasses only worn on the beach. Some of the commentators seem confused as to the purpose of Sunglasses. It's rather sad to read a minutes silence observance for Paris being reduced by commentators to Sunglasses and a Scarf. The Monaco Royals are observing the tribute appropriately in their clothing and accessories.

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    1. Agree, not only the beach. But for that serious moment, wear them or don't have them on.

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  7. franchement ! ces lunettes sur les cheveux ! n'importe quoi ! soit sur les yeux soit dans la poche mais là....elle a l'air d'être ailleurs ! d'ailleurs elle vit en Corse maintenant elle assure le minimum !

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    1. Qu'est ce que vous racontez, la princesse Charlène vit au palais de Monaco, elle était très emue contrairement à vous qui ne pensez qu'à critiquer dans ces heures tragiques.

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    2. ah je suis certainement plus concernée que vous ne le pensez ! je connais une jeune femme qui est à l'hôpital Pompidou pour avoir pris une balle au Bataclan qui par miracle n'a touché aucun organe vital et je constate que son attitude n'est pas digne d'une minute de silence ! et non elle ne vit pas à Monaco mais en Corse renseignez vous bien

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  8. I don't like her haistyle, she looks like a boy and wears too big clothes, not feminine at all. They wear glasses as a sign od sadness, maybe trying to hide their sad eyes, I understand that completely and have seen it before.

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    1. Charlene looks fantastic. The short hair looks gorgeous on her. It's better with short hair then going in a knot everyday. And what's wrong with what she's wearing?She has a big coat over top and pants. Something we see them all in during the year. We know a swede who loves big coats ;)

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    2. Ok, we dissagree, there is nothing wrong with that, I respect your opinion. But Charlene wears big clothes often.
      We know a Swede? Why don't you use the name? CP Victoria. Yes it is true but and I am not a fan of her coats although they are ceirtanly more elegant than this one.

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    3. Personally, I don't think Charlene's hair looks good short. She has a pretty face but her hairstyle is not very flattering. She is very tall and has broad shoulders and the short hair makes her look like she has a small head on a big body, just my opinion.

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  9. Sunglasses to cover the tears in the eyes

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  10. sometimes people wear sunglasses for various reasons! some for fashion, some to keep the sun out, some to hide their eyes behind tears, sorrow, some to hide thier sole etc.

    so, before accusing someone with STUPID and RIDICULOUS COMMENTS one should ask himself/herself this....

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    1. Two people with glasses, Princess Caroline is dignified and respectable, Charlene is not.

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    2. The vitriol is just incredible.

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    3. Maybe Charlene and Kate should just go put their heads in a well because they don't live up to your high standards.

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  11. Without Princess Grace,Monaco is not interesting to me...

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    1. donc passez votre chemin si cette famille ne vous intéresse pas

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    2. Je ne passe pas mon chemin,je suis libre de dire mon avis.
      Le blog vous appartient?

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  12. Merci pour la Vidéo, beaucoup d'émotion, Albert et Charlène sont très touchés, Charlène a du mal à retenir ses larmes..
    Les vêtements, lunettes etc.. n'ont aucune importance dans ces moments de recueillement,

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  13. Charlene est bien distante d'Albert. Pas de geste tendre ni d'un seul regard tendre. c'est comme si elle devait etre la. elle parait bien triste, bien sur a cause du moment, mais il y a plus de ca dans ses yeux.
    Caroline avec son foulard rouge ! quelle horreur!
    Elle est ou Charlotte? Bien sur pas a Paris ! elle est revenue a Monaco on l'a vu a l'aeroport.

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    1. Ce n'est pas le moment de se faire des mamours, c'est une cérémonie de recueillement , ce serait incongru , critiquer les vêtements des deux princesses , c'est n'importe quoi, quand à votre Charlotte Casiragjhi, elle vit à Rome avec son nouvel amant.

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  14. La coiffure de Charlene lui va tres mal, et c'est ridicule d'avoir les lunettes sur la tete. Principaute d'operette

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  15. Que de bétises, il faut lire ici, oui, Charlène est triste tout comme Albert et Caroline, il y a eu 130 morts à Paris, vous avez oublié cette tragédie alors critiquer une paire de lunettes ou une coiffure pendant cette cérémonie de recueillement, c'est que vous n'ètes pas concernés par cette tragédie. Honte à vous si vous ètes français.

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  16. I would have liketo read message of support to french people instead to read idioties about sunglasses

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  17. sunglasses is not for the beach lol I think its to cover or protect their sunrays I love the solidarity and respect princess Charlene does

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  18. Wondering why Caroline still uses her married title Princess of Hanover! She has been separated for years.

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    1. You answered your own question, separated NOT divorced!

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  19. what a comments, but the reason for why they stand outsitde isn't that the most important issue??

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  20. Je souhaite beaucoup de courage aux familles des victimes,quelle horreur!!!!

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  21. I cannot believe how catty some of you are, criticizing their clothes, scarf, sunglasses...shame on you!
    They were paying their respect to the tragedy that has affected not only France but the world. What have you done?

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    1. SOME people were grown up in a culture and tradition where sunglasses are totally disrespectful. Nearly every picture of the Grimaldi-family shows them wearing sunglasses. Even in this moment of silence and peace they can not life without their glasses. Is ist necessary to hide tears behind sunglasses?
      The moment of silence should show honest respect and not "cancel" respect. Does anybody of the peopel who work in the house is wearing glasses? We are not in New York.

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  22. Charlène est présente n'est ce pas le principal, elle est très émue et digne, peu importe les lunettes de soleil ou pas, pensez d'abord aux familles de victimes,
    pas de deuil pour les critiques de certaines

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  23. I think Charlene looks fantastic, even at such a solemn moment. I don't think Charlene's sunglasses are out of place on her head. Charlene's whole ensemble looks great, including the sunglasses.

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  24. gelukkig dat ze niet alles lezen,je zou er gek van worden, !!!.
    maar er zijn gelukkig mensen die haar wel waarderen ..

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