Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco, accomplices to plant a tree in their mother’s country
Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco planted, this Wednesday, a South African jacaranda on the Terrasses du Casino, in the company of their dad Prince Albert II, for the 100 years of the Soroptimist International club.
It wasn’t just any tree. This Wednesday, November 24, 2021, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco took part in the planting of a jacaranda on the terraces of the Casino to offer the centenary of the Soroptimist International club. Adorning itself in spring with a tide of superb flowers, this species is very widespread in South Africa. The nod to the country of origin of their mother, Princess Charlene, was obvious.
The twins were with their father and other children
To put a little earth with a small trowel at the foot of the tree, the twins of the Rock were accompanied by their father Prince Albert II and other children, their classmates and pupils of CE1 of the Saint school. Charles, clarified “Monaco-Morning“.
To see again in photos: The feet of Jacques and Gabriella, part of a work of art
Founded on October 3, 1921 in Oakland, California, the first Soroptimist club brought together 80 women engaged in professional life around their president, Violet Richardson, a physical education teacher. Their first major action was “Save the Redwoods”, a fight to save a forest of redwoods, a species very popular with companies in the wood sector. Today, this international women’s movement has approximately 72,000 members, distributed in clubs in 121 countries, and which works at the local, national and international level primarily to educate, empower and promote the status of women and girls. The one in Monaco was founded in 1978.
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