Entertainment Jacques de Monaco future king of pétanque? Moment of accomplice with Prince Albert II (PHOTOS)
Princess Diana Said the Only Thing Prince Charles Learned About Love from His Parents Was 'Shaking Hands'
Princess Diana said Charles’ “emotional retentiveness” was due to his unaffectionate childhood, according to a new biographyIn Prince Philip Revealed, which has been excerpted by the Mail on Sunday, veteran royal biographer Ingrid Seward says that because of Charles' upbringing, he “couldn’t be tactile with his own wife.” Seward says Diana told her about her ex-husband's unaffectionate childhood with parents Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.
The second edition of the Hereditary Prince Jacques Challenge opened on October 17 in the Principality. Present for the event, little Jacques de Monaco (5 years old) showed that his gestures with the cochonnet were already perfectly mastered!
After tennis, pétanque! Present on Sunday, October 11 in the presidential tribune of the Philippe-Chatrier, Prince was able to attend the 13th victory of on Parisian clay. Impressed, the husband of had also personally congratulated the "bull of Manacor" after his victory against world number 1 . But this weekend, the Monegasque leader was this time in admiration of another sportsman in the making!
Larry King's Estranged Wife Shawn Southwick Requests $33K in Monthly Spousal Support amid Divorce
According to court documents, Shawn Southwick King claims she became "financially dependent" on her TV host husband after agreeing to become a stay-at-home momAccording to court documents filed on Friday at a Superior Court of California in Los Angeles County obtained by PEOPLE, Southwick King, 60, asked for a minimum of $33,100 per month in temporary spousal support from the 86-year-old former talk show host. She also asked for retroactive payments for every month since he filed for divorce.
Jacques already has the hand!
On the occasion of the launch of the second edition of the Hereditary Prince Jacques Challenge, a major petanque competition bringing together 256 teams (triplets), Albert II made a remarkable appearance on one of the 128 courts of the tournament alongside his sonfor the kick off of the event. And at only five years old, was particularly interested in this sport, not hesitating to throw the jack and to position himself as the pro when throwing the ball! A dexterity far from surprising when we know that the sport has given rhythm to the daily life of family for generations.
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How Prince George Is Helping to Inspire Prince William's Environmental Mission
The Duke of Cambridge has filmed a new documentary highlighting his mission as he follows in his father's footsteps in tackling conservation challengesIn the new documentary Prince William: A Planet for Us All, the Duke of Cambridge says he wants to be able to tell his 7-year-old son Prince George what he did to help the planet. William notes his grandfather Prince Philip, 99, and his dad Prince Charles, 71, were both ahead of their time in tackling conservation issues — and he wants to follow in their footsteps.
A beautiful moment of father-son complicity
Very busy with his functions as sovereign of the Principality,was visibly very happy to share this moment in all simplicity with his son under the Mediterranean sun. It must be said that the last few months have not been easy on the side of the Rock. , the son of and had to be isolated far from his family to avoid any risk of contamination with his relatives.
Finally cured, the Monegasque leader continues to apply the barrier gestures to the letter, as was the case this weekend when he came to the tournament, while at the same time managing his state in a context of health crisis. A difficult mission as a second wave of contaminations is currently falling on Europe ...
Caroline of Monaco in front of the celebrity press: "you have to be tough" .
© Olivier Huitel / Pool Restricted Monaco / Bestimage Caroline of Monaco in front of the celebrity press: "you have to be tough" In a interview with Madame Le Figaro, this Thursday, October 29, Caroline of Monaco revealed her secret to the press people. Albert II's sister never reads newspapers or social media. Discretion, Caroline of Monaco has embraced it for a few months. Since her birth , the Princess of Hanover has been in the spotlight . His every move attracts all the cameras.