Caroline of Monaco showed herself in strength, surrounded by her clan on the occasion of the Bal de la rose. And according to an Italian media, a great event could be announced.
And it is in connection with his second daughter, Alexandra of Hanover, born of her marriage to Prince Ernest August of Hanover.
Princess Caroline of Monaco in her own way brushed off a rumor passed off by Here magazine last May.
She is supposed to have been banned from this event by her sister-in-law, Charlene of Monaco, with the support of Prince Albert.
Charlotte Casiraghi’s mother “who has always loved to participate in the Bal de la Rose, could get noticed by her absence on July 8”, insisted the weekly.
“Since the two sisters-in-law don’t like each other very much, it is rumored that Caroline may be asked to forgo the event. A situation that was unthinkable until not so long ago.
Carolina di Monaco was finally there with her younger brother, and Christian Louboutin, this time the Italian newspaper Il Corriere reports.
For the occasion she was also surrounded by her children, including Charlotte Casiraghi, accompanied by producer Dimitri Rassam, and Alexandra d’Alexandra de Hanover, escorted by Ben Strautmann.
The latter, the son of German industrialists living in Munich, met the daughter of Caroline of Monaco in high school.
“They’re the couple of the moment at Rock, and they’re about to make a big announcement,” slips the publication, hinting that a wedding is in the offing.
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