Princess Charlene and Prince Albert at St. John's Day Festival

In the evening on June 23, 2016, Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco watched the traditional celebrations of St. John's Day procession (Fête de la Saint-Jean) at Palace Square in Monaco. (The "Fête de la Saint Jean" (feast of St John), traditionally celebrated with bonfires (le feu de la Saint-Jean) that are reminiscent of Midsummer's pagan rituals, is a Catholic festivity in celebration of Saint John the Baptist. It takes place on June 23-24 on Midsummer day.)
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco watched the traditional celebrations of St. John's Day procession (Fête de la Saint-Jean) at Palace Square in Monaco
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco watched the traditional celebrations of St. John's Day procession (Fête de la Saint-Jean) at Palace Square in Monaco
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco watched the traditional celebrations of St. John's Day procession (Fête de la Saint-Jean) at Palace Square in Monaco
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco watched the traditional celebrations of St. John's Day procession (Fête de la Saint-Jean) at Palace Square in Monaco
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco watched the traditional celebrations of St. John's Day procession (Fête de la Saint-Jean) at Palace Square in Monaco
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco watched the traditional celebrations of St. John's Day procession (Fête de la Saint-Jean) at Palace Square in Monaco
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco watched the traditional celebrations of St. John's Day procession (Fête de la Saint-Jean) at Palace Square in Monaco

3 comments:

  1. They're watching from the balcony - surely would be nice if they could be down there with their "subjects".

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    1. Maby Protocol does not allow them to be there.

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  2. wat een leuk stel,en zo gelukkig!!!!

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