Princess Charlene and Prince Albert attend Mass for victims of Nice

On July 16, 2016, Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended a mass for the terrorist attack victims in the city of Nice on the evening of the French National Day at the Cathedral of Monaco in Monaco. The Mass was celebrated by Archbishop Bernard Barsi of Monaco.
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended a mass for the terrorist attack victims in the city of Nice on the evening of the French National Day
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended a mass for the terrorist attack victims in the city of Nice on the evening of the French National Day
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended a mass for the terrorist attack victims in the city of Nice on the evening of the French National Day
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended a mass for the terrorist attack victims in the city of Nice on the evening of the French National Day
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended a mass for the terrorist attack victims in the city of Nice on the evening of the French National Day
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended a mass for the terrorist attack victims in the city of Nice on the evening of the French National Day

10 comments:

  1. Du Québec (CANADA), toutes nos pensées accompagnent les Niçois et les Français dans cette autre insupportable épreuve.

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  2. wat vreeselijk wat er gebeurd is in nise ,wat mooi dat het prinselijk paar er
    aan dacht aan besteed ,hun geloven ook in god !!net als ik ,we moeten maar hoop houden
    dat alles weer eens beter word !!!

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  3. Charlene wearing a cocktail dress to this occaision...totally innapropiated.

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    1. A sleeveless dress is indeed not the most appropiate piece to be worn to a church service. Some kind of coverage on her shoulders would have been nice. In her excuse, it was like 38°C (101 °F) in Monaco. And she looks good otherwise. And this wasn't a planned engagement. And it's a nice gesture from Albert & Charlene to think of the victims anyway.

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    2. thats not a cocktail dress, and its hot for godsake!!

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  4. well if is that hot, we can understand, no need to look like a stuffed chicken while sweating, It would have been very uncomfortable, she dressed for the comfort, nothing wrong with that!!!

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  5. @ LM van Dijk:
    Regardez sur la troisième photo, la dame derrière la princesse Charlene porte aussi une robe sans manches. De toute façon, la cérémonie soulignant un événement si tragique, les considérations d'ordre vestimentaire devraient être bien loin dans notre esprit. Il faut plutôt s'attarder au geste posé par le prince Albert et son épouse et au recueillement entourant cette messe.

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  6. It was warm? Inside a church? Seriously, is that an excuse? Take a look at how Queen Maxima was dressed the day the victims of the MH17 attack were flown home. Jsut google MH17 and Queen Maxima and you 'll see a true example of how to pay respect.
    She was sitting outside, mid July, in the burning sun for about three hours.

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  7. I don't see anything wrong in that dress.As a matter of fact woman behind Princess wears something very similar.

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