Prince Albert, Gabriella and Jacques took part in the World Cleanup Day event

Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella attended the World Cleanup Day in Monaco
On the morning of September 19, 2020, Prince Albert II, accompanied by Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, took part, in the alleys of Monaco-ville, in the 2nd edition of the World Clean Up Day. The World Cleanup Day is an annual global social action program aimed at combating the global solid waste problem, including the problem of marine debris.
Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella attended the World Cleanup Day in Monaco
Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella attended the World Cleanup Day in Monaco
Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella attended the World Cleanup Day in Monaco
Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella attended the World Cleanup Day in Monaco
Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella attended the World Cleanup Day in Monaco
Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella attended the World Cleanup Day in Monaco
Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella attended the World Cleanup Day in Monaco
The event is organized under the initiative of Sébastien Uscher (Stand Up for the Planet Association) in partnership with the Monaco Town Hall (Mairie de Monaco), Décathlon Monaco, Mission for Energy Transition, SMA and the ECO Angel. It aims to collect waste and raise public awareness. Four clean-up actions were carried out in several municipalities of the Principality, which made it possible to collect 210 kilos of waste.

21 Comments

  1. Une très belle initiative.
    Bravo à Albert de sensibiliser ses enfants très tôt à la protection de l environnement.

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  2. Oh their funny little hands in the big blue gloves... !

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    1. Winnie, what do you mean the hair doesn’t agree with Gabriella? Between the glasses and mask, there is very little to see to determine that, also she has a typical little girl haircut and she looks adorable in my book, also she is too young to be criticized about something as inane as a child’s haircut, give her some time before tearing her apart.

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  4. A nice initiative and interesting for the kids.

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  5. Sur ces images,Gabriella me fait penser à Anna Wintour en miniatures.

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  6. I only can feel pity for these poor children, allways accompanying their parents to public events and being photographed.

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    1. They aren't always accompanying their parents to public events - we can go for months at a time without seeing them. They attend a handful of events - they are being prepared for public roles.

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    2. Not true, there aren’t always accompanying their parents, in the occasions that they do, they are a family unit doing things together . They have been born into royalty and the pictures at public events are part of their life. As long as they aren’t harassed in their private lives, this is just par for the course.
      Isabel

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  7. All children of royals are targets of the paparazzi. But most become accustomed to being in the public eye. I think it was great that Prince Albert allowed the children to participate in this worthwhile initiative. All children should be taught the importance of protecting our environment.

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  8. Très belle initiative pour les enfants accompagnés par le prince Albert mais j'aurais bien voulu voir Charlène participer à cet événement !

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  9. It is nice seeing the children bonding with their father and giving Charlene some me time.....Being part of world clean up day is important for children to learn at a young age. Looking at the small amount of the waste they picked up Monaco appears to be a clean city!

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    1. @6:50pm - Sooooooooo... the children have never bonded with their father before? And how do you know what Charlene is doing?

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    2. Anon 10:11, why are you being snarky? This is the perfect event for the children to participate in, and Albert, being HSH, should be out there doing it with them. You are correct that we don't know what Charlene is doing, but if I was Charlene, I would be resting after the training and participation in the Water Bike Challenge. I think she has earned it. The children have just watched their mother give of herself physically to raise awareness for water safety. Now they are working along side their father for the environment. What is there to criticize? How wonderful that Albert is being a hands-on father to his children. Don't start trouble where none exists.

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    3. @6:50 pm your comment is so mean spirited thinking. I did not think that Albert does not do things with his children, just look at this blog and you can see he does. Mothers are by nature more involved with their children and if they can catch some me time good for them. She may have been involved with one of her many charities which by your comments you should be more involved doing something. By this comment you have to much time on your hands.....Hello!!!

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    4. Er, hello to you Anon 3:37!!!

      Plenty of mean spirit in your comment - directing personal insults at another poster. Try reading what people say before you start taking offence at absolutely nothing. Stop attributing intentions that were never there in the original comment.

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  10. The women with the beautiful ponytail looks as she needs a coffee or is it the makeup?

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  11. The fourth picture down is fantastic. The twins are the perfect age to start participating in this type of activity.

    E.B.B.

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  12. Oh, they are just the sweetest little darlins

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  13. A bit of advice to Albert--untuck the t-shirt and switch out the socks for shorter white ones. As always, the kids are adorable.

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