Princess Charlene of Monaco was on Thursday at Larvotto beach in Monaco where the “Water Safety Day” took place, which had not been organized since 2019.
She was perfectly in her element. This Thursday, June 30, Princess Charlene of Monaco took part, on Larvotto beach in Monaco, in an event co-organized by her foundation and the Monegasque Sea Academy, the “Water Safety Day”. This day, which had not been held since 2019 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, aims to introduce children in the Principality to lifesaving, water safety and first aid. Themes that are very close to the heart of the former South African swimming champion.
Charlene wore a Terrence Bray designer jumpsuit
For the occasion, the mother of Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques wore a flamboyant jumpsuit. A piece with a draped wrap-around bodice and wide, fluid pants, made especially for her by the South African designer Terrence Bray, as reported by the fashion specialists of the UFU no more site.
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For this 2022 vintage, 40 children from the 6th grade of the Charles III college and the François D’Assise-Nicolas Barré institution were able to participate in the various workshops offered. As specified by the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, these were led by Pierre Frolla, one of its ambassadors and quadruple freediving world record holder and his team from the Monegasque Sea Academy, with the support from trainers and lifeguards of the Monegasque Red Cross. Then, the celebrities present – around fifteen Olympic champions and medalists – took part in the “Challenge of committed celebrities”, with on the program, swimming, a relay race on the sand and a relay rescue paddle, specified “Monaco Grandstand “.
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