Prince Albert of Monaco is once again at the heart of a scandalous situation. A request for a paternity test is necessary and disturbs his relationship with Princess Charlene.
In addition to the health concerns of his wife, Prince Albert II also encounters problems of hidden children. A Brazilian claims to have given birth to a daughter after a brief affair with him. Town & Country magazine discusses the details of this case in an article issued in October 2021.
This short adventure of Albert of Monaco with a Brazilian
Although less successful in the media, this situation has negative impacts on the reputation of the principal couple. Town & Country outlet is on this point. The recent announcement of the operation and of the imminent return of Charlene of Monaco to the Rock does not mitigate the rumors. In recent months, the facts about a hidden child of Albert of Monaco with a Brazilian have arisen.
Identified as “Mariza S.” in The Telegraph and Bunte, the mother of a young girl born in 2005 is suing the Monegasque sovereign. The 30-something is originally from Brazil and lives in Italy. She confides that she has Known Prince Albert in 2004 in a Rio nightclub. However, the young woman would not have recognized him and would have confused him with a Canadian diplomat.
Following their meeting, they would have been together for two weeks and would have traveled Milan, Lisbon and Moscow. Back in Brazil, “Mariza S.” reportedly fell pregnant and gave birth nine months later. his daughter “Célia”. However, the relatives of the husband of Princess Charlene completely contradict these words.
After this romance, Albert of Monaco had already started a relationship with the ex-swimmer. He therefore cut off all contact with the Brazilian. This latest discovery uncovered the true identity of the prince thanks to an Italian magazine. Because of this silence, she then asks him to recognition of their alleged daughter, adding a request for alimony.
The Monegasque prince’s camp tries to clarify the case
After the acts undertaken by “Mariza S.” through the principality’s Instagram account, she received no feedback. In September 2020, her 15-year-old daughter then sent a letter made public to the sovereign. The Brazilian’s lawyer, Erich Grimaldi, then tries to explain the demands of his client: a paternity test.
On the other side, an individual cited by Town & Country took the part of Prince Albert. This is Robert Eringer, private detective and acquaintance of the sovereign around 1990. The latter hired him in 2005 to get rid of the most sulphurous residents of the principality. But their collaboration ended in 2007 following certain financial problems.
Robert Eringer opposes claims about the masked seduction of Prince Albert II. “It was not the Albert’s way of operating. Rather, he used his status as a prince to seduce women, ”he denied. The former detective adds that at the time when the two interested parties will have met, the latter no longer had great physical attractions.
In February 2021, a hearing was set and then postponed to a later date. The lawyer of “Mariza S.” argues that the procedure is all the more delayed because of thediplomatic immunity of Prince Albert II. As for the latter’s lawyer, Thierry Lacoste, he confidently claims that the requests are “Totally unfounded” in the eyes of the Italian courts.
Albert of Monaco, faced with more than one recognition of paternity
This court case has been less publicized in France. At Le Point, Thierry Lacoste put an end to the debate in October 2020. “This affair is a tartuferie and a real humbug. It is not based on anything, except rantings, ”he argued. According to him, the shared trips of Albert of Monaco with “Mariza S.” do not present any date, no photo, or tangible fact in support.
In addition, the Monegasque prince received last September the support of Nicole Coste. She is the mother of Alexandre Grimaldi-Coste and Jazmin Grace Grimaldi, eldest children of Albert II recognized late. According to her, this story is a ” umpteenth scandal to do harm “. And yet this other related paternity case has yet to be fully resolved.