Prince Albert and Princess Charlene were spotted in the crowds of the double header game between Wales And France in the Semi-final match in the Rugby World Cup. Photo. Also in attendance was France's Sports Minister David Douillet, who sat with Monaco's princely couple.They were also rumored to have attended the Final match between France and New Zealand.
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene watching the match New Zealand vs Australia during the Rugby World Cup Semi Final, Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand. View the photos here
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene attended a meeting with New Zealand's Prime Minister, John Key. They also visited the town of Chrischurch, New Zealand.
They were later spotted traveling on the Tasman Sea rather than attending the New Zealand's Olympic Committee's Centennial Gala.
The Princely pair reportedly attended the finals match of the Rugby World Cup between France and New Zealand, in which France lost the match. After the match, Prince Albert attempted to visit the Soul Bar in Auckland, New Zealand with his wife, but could not get a reservation.
The Princely couple reportedly boarded their plane for their next leg of their travels, to the country of Nepal. Upon their arrival in Nepal, the princely couple will go to the village of Dhuseni to visit the school built by the "Monaco Aide et Présence" association, now classed as one of the ten best schools in this country. The Prince will then lay the foundation stones for new schools being built with the support of the 'NAMASTE' Association (Nepal-Monaco-Cultural-Association) in Salleri and Rigaon. After this, the princely couple traveled to visit a clinic established by the 'ACFN' (Franco-Nepalese Cultural Association) and the craft workshop that provides training for women sponsored by 'NAMASTE', located in Gamrang. Photo
Upon his evening return to Monaco, Prince Albert attended the opening ceremony of the Peace & Sport 5th International Forum dinner
His Serene Highness attended the Plenary Sessions at the Peace & Sport 5th International Forum at the Hotel Fairmont
Prince Albert officially hosted The President of the Republic of Mali, Amadou Toumani Touré, nister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Mali, Souleylou Maiga, and the Minister of Investments, Industry and Trade of Mali, Ms Sangare Niamato Ba. Today, they met with members of the Chamber of Economic Development of Monaco, the Government Counsellor for Foreign Relations José Badia and the Government Counsellor for Finance and Economy Marco Piccinini, to develop commercial relations between Mali and Monaco.
The President of the Republic of Mali, Amadou Toumani Touré, will be received by the Sovereign at the Palace of Monaco. This audience will be an opportunity to discuss Monegasque international cooperation actions in Mali, current economic relations between the two countries, the situation in sub-Saharan Africa as well as multilateral matters (Francophonie, United Nations...). This meeting will be followed by a working lunch at the Palace.
During his stay in the Principality, Mr Amadou Toumani Touré will visit the Oceanographic Museum and Galerie des Pêcheurs for the exhibition of photographs of development cooperation programmes in Mali supported by the government of Monaco in partnership with the Monegasque Red Cross and Prince Albert II Foundation.
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene attended the 29th annual Princess Grace Foundation USA Gala at Cipriani's 42nd St in New York City. Also in attendance were Julie Andrews & Anne Hathaway, and Opera Singer Shenyang and Montblanc Cultural Foundation director Ingrid Roosen-Trinks, among others.
Before boarding their flight Wednesday, the Princely couple were interviewed by The Today Show and attended a luncheon. Wednesday evening, the princely pair attended to royal duties in Toronto, Canada, when they attended the opening of the exhibit, Grace Kelly: From Movie Star to Princess at the TIFF building.