Princess Gabriela and Prince Jacques celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Prince Albert II of Monaco

Princess Gabriela and Prince Jacques celebrate St. Patrick's Day, Prince Albert II of Monaco

Prince Albert II of Monaco celebrated St. Patrick’s Day on Wednesday at the “Princess Grace Irish Library”. He took his twins, Princess Gabriela and Prince Jacques.

Prince Palace was green. Monaco celebrated St. Patrick’s Day on Wednesday 17th March 2021 to commemorate the Irish roots of this Princess Grace. Her son Prince Albert II Princess Grace visited the Irish Library and marked this date.

Inaugurated on November 20, 1984 by Prince Rainer III of Monaco. For his wife, who died two years ago, and her closeness to Irish origins, the Library, founded by the Princess Grace Foundation, has a lot to choose from. Literature, poetry, drama, history, art, etc., from Irish writers and from England to Ireland. It also maintains a collection of Irish-American books and sheet music by Princess Grace.

Jacques and Gabriela dressed in green

The Princess Grace Irish Library was a reading arrangement for students at the Prince Rainer III Foundation Foundation Academy of Music and Theater of Monaco, which regularly hosts cultural events. Two harpists and two harposycordists, Tarlof O’Carlon, performed Irish pieces and traditional tunes. The cast of the Monaco-Ireland Arts Society then performed a dramatic reading of a short story by Frank O’Connor. Finally, an Irish cake decorated with shamrock – the symbol of Ireland – was presented and made by students at the Technical & Hotel School in Monaco. Gabriela did not fail to find Princess in her box, and her brother Prince Jack wisely stayed with their father. Because, as one can see in the report of the “Monaco Info” that covers the event, the Sovereign arrived with his 5-year-old twins. The girl dressed in green is playing with a large bow and hair of this color.

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Princess Charlene, on the other hand – and her ancestors, the Irish – were not on their side. For the simple reason that the former swimmer from South Africa flew to this country to participate, the next day, a funeral service was held for King Sulus, who passed away last week.

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