Prince Albert and Princess Caroline inaugurated the new building of the Audiovisual Institute

Princess Caroline of Hanover and Prince Albert of Monaco. Princess Caroline wore a print satin jacket from Chanel, Christian Dior
Prince Albert of Monaco and Princess Caroline of Hanover inaugurated the new building of the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco. The guests were able to discover all of the Institute's equipment as well as the spaces intended for consulting the collections which will soon be open to the public.
Princess Caroline of Hanover and Prince Albert of Monaco. Princess Caroline wore a print satin jacket from Chanel, Christian Dior
Princess Caroline of Hanover and Prince Albert of Monaco. Princess Caroline wore a print satin jacket from Chanel, Christian Dior
The public will soon have access, by appointment, to the reading and consultation room which contains 2,500 books, 15,000 periodicals and various films and audiovisual materials. Ultimately, research will also be accessible online, like its French counterpart, INA.
Princess Caroline of Hanover and Prince Albert of Monaco. Princess Caroline wore a print satin jacket from Chanel, Christian Dior
Founded in 1997, the Association of the Audiovisual Archives of the Principality of Monaco was renamed the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco in August 2018.
Princess Caroline of Hanover and Prince Albert of Monaco. Princess Caroline wore a print satin jacket from Chanel, Christian Dior

7 Comments

  1. i like it when Caroline supports Albert. She always looks upper class lady, very glamorous

    miss w

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    1. Caroline is the president of the Audiovisual Institute, her presence is normal and not in support of Albert.

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  2. Caroline looks very good, elegant as ever......
    Lily T.

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  3. Toujours beaucoup d'élégance chez Caroline ; j'aime beaucoup sa veste/tunique aux jolis motifs sur un tissu brillant rose pâle. Qui pourrait dire le nom de la dame à droite d'Albert ?! Merci !

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    1. Mme Françoise Gamerdinger, Directrice des Affaires culturelles de Monaco, ministre de la culture.

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  4. Belle, Belle, toujours un joli sourire, qu'elle est agréable la princesse Caroline, on ne la voit jamais assez.


    MARIMAR

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  5. Pss Caroline looks lovely, the jacket is beautiful.

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