Princess Charlene taught water safety courses to youngsters

Before Saint Devote Rugby tournaments, on March 17, 2017, Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa for Saint Devote rugby tournament.
Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa
Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa
Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa
Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa
Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa
Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa
Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa
Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa
Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa
Princess Charlene of Monaco taught water safety and life saving first aid techniques after facing drowning danger to young rugby players who have come to Monaco from South Africa

12 comments:

  1. This teachings are very important. Nice.

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  2. ...In her element! I like her, (but better without so much visits to the Beauty-Doc).

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    1. What's thats supposed to mean?? Nasty woman!!

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    2. Not at all, Susan! She is! :) beautiful, but she had to many visits to the Beauty-Doc. That's all. Do you have a problem?? Everybody here gives his opinion, and that's fine, a nice little group... Love to you.

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  3. Nice to see how Charlene is involved with something more meaningful than fashion shows and the circus!

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  4. I think she enjoys this more and does more good than just pose for pictures like many other royals.

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  5. It's a very useful and meaningful occupation indeed. I like that she chose something really fitting, not just the generic "do anything that looks charitable with poor black kids in Africa" thing.

    Her hair is still too short though. Let it grow an inch or two more, Charlene!

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  6. I am sou proud of Charlene being a Southn African ....she is truely a role model in all areas

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  7. She sure takes her role seriously, she's not there to pass time like some royals!!

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    1. I tell you a secret: She'll get every single Nobel Prize this year, from physics to peace. LOL

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