He works and works, also trying to have time for his wife Princess Charlène and the twins Gabriella and Jacques. But now Prince Albert II of Monaco says several dates.
Especially in the months of June and July, Prince Albert II of Monaco, 60, has a lot to do. At the beginning of July he had appointments almost every day. On Wednesday (11 July) he was expected at the Oceanographic Museum, where the director Robert Calcagno should have shown him the new exhibition space "Monaco and the sea, from research to protection". But only a few hours before the visit, the prince said.
It was not until late in the afternoon that a press release was issued on the health of the prince, writes the daily Monaco Matin. It is said that Princess Charlène's husband, 40, is "exhausted" and therefore wants to clear his agenda for July. According to the sources of the "Monaco Matin" Albert had not only a full agenda, but also a bronchitis after a flight. His doctor recommended that he take a few days off. Albert finally agreed. It is hoped, according to the daily newspaper, that he will soon be fit again and able to fulfill his obligations.
It was also said that Albert is expected to attend the Athletics Meeting Herculis on July 20 and the Red Cross Ball on July 27. Whether he will complete more appointments remains to be seen. In August, he then traditionally goes on vacation for three weeks.