Albert of Monaco in good shape after the Covid: he enjoys tennis with his family, Charlene and the absent twins
After 1h36 of the match, the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas collapsed with happiness on the clay courts of the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters: for the second consecutive year, he has just won the prestigious Rocher tournament, beating the Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and stands as a favorite at Roland-Garros. But in the public, a special spectator did not miss anything of the fight that the two men delivered: the Prince Albert II of Monaco !
Came with his family with his little cousin Mélanie-Antoinette Costello de Massy, to whom he is very close, he was able to spend his Sunday afternoon in the sun and then congratulate the two players during the trophy presentation.
Dressed in beige pants, a navy blue jacket and a tie, the brother of Stephanie and Caroline of Monaco seemed in any case in great shape behind his sunglasses, recovered from the Covid he had contracted the week last.
And as always, he was very close to Mélanie, the daughter of his cousin Elisabeth-Anne, who died in 2020. The 36-year-old young woman, keen on tennis (her mother was the president of the Monegasque federation), n did not take off her long waistcoat but seemed delighted to arrive on the arm of Prince Albert, who hugged her several times. It must be said that the sovereign has shared this passion with his cousin for a long time and that they have always supported each other in difficult times.
Charlene of Monaco, absent from the final
On the other hand, no traces of Charlene, nor of Jacques and Gabriella, surely remained at the Palace to enjoy their Easter eggs together. The former swimmer indeed seems to be back in great shape if we are to believe the photos published in the morning of the whole family reunited. With her short and blonde cut, the happy mother shines, her daughter Gabriella on her knees. Albert, meanwhile, with his hand resting on Jacques’ shoulder, looks at them tenderly.