Princess Charlene & Albert - St Tropez to Monaco 2015 COCC

Nice a photo of the Princely couple Princess Charlene and Prince  Albert taken at the end of the cycling race between St Tropez and Monaco  for the Princess Charlene foundation
Nice a photo of the Princely couple taken at the end of the cycling race between St Tropez and Monaco (COCC 2015) for the Princess Charlene foundation in April 2015.

16 comments:

  1. what a wonderful photo!

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  2. You can feel so much love in this photo.

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  3. I saw Princess Charlene in Monaco. She looked really beautiful , very gentle and feminine.

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    1. wow lovely comment. I see her like that as well

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  4. old picture!! long hair?

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    1. The caption right below the photo says that it is from April 2015.

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    2. This is an old picture.

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    3. so what, it might be old, but this couple truly love each other, all those ugly rumours from the british press about this couple is disgusting, I guess I dont blame the brits stuck with waity/lazy katie and william the plumber yikes!!

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    4. As much to the theme selektive perception.

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  5. Cette photo est très belle, beaucoup de douceur et d'amour.

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  6. What a lovely moment captured between the princely couple. Isn't it time the 'she looks miserable' comments from people stopped?

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    1. In case the miserable comments were not without a spark.

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  7. très très belle photo volée, pas de pose pour l'objectif

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  8. hmm love the couple so much love

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  9. I think they are a lovely couple.

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  10. het is een heel gelukkig paar .!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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