Charlene of Monaco: all about her two brothers Gareth and Sean
She is the eldest of three children. and by marrying Prince Albert II of Monaco, Charlene Wittstock left her native country, South Africa, to come and live on the Rock. Eleven years after her marriage, the one whose health a question asked it seems to be getting better and better. While she can obviously count on the support of her husband, she also has three pillars that will cost her at all costs as she revealed to the magazine Tatler in 2010 : “My mother and my two brothers are the only friends I need and the only people I trust. I am very grateful to have them. »
If one of his brothers has taken up residence on the Rockthe youngest, Sean, still lives in South Africa with his wife Chantell and their son. He is a seasoned businessman. In his spare time, this nature lover likes to fly helicopters, horse racing and Formula 1, indicates his biography on the South African site of the Princess Charlene Foundation.
A cadet who became a Monegasque
The youngest of the siblingsGareth, obtained Monegasque nationality with the agreement of his brother-in-law Albert II last April. It must be said that the latter has lived in the principality since the beginning of the 2010s. The one who is only two years younger than his sister is the secretary general of the Princess Charlene Foundation. Married to Roisin Galvin, a former dancer, since 2015, they had a little girl named Kaia-Rose, first cousin of twins Jacques and Gabriella. Very close to each other, Charlene de Monaco is the godmother of Kaia-Rose, and Gareth Wittstock, the godfather of Gabriella.
As athletic as her sister, a former professional swimmer, the eldest son of Michael and Lynette Wittstock is often seen alongside the princess, on the occasion of sporting or cultural events takes place on the Rock. He was also seen with Pierre Casiraghi, the son of Princess Caroline, as in 2018 during the Water Bike Challenge, for the benefit of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation. As he named it in 2015 to the magazine Hello : “She (Charlene, Editor’s note) needs the support of those close to her and our bond is very strong. » An essential support for the princess.
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