PRINCESS CHARLENE is due to return to Monaco and re-join her husband, Prince Albert II, after six months away from the pair’s exquisite palace home – but what does the royal abode really look like?
After illness turned a short trip into a six-month stint in her home country of South Africa, Princess Charlene of Monaco has been absent from her marital home for quite some time. News today of a successful final surgery for the Princess has sparked rumours of her ‘imminent’ return to Palais Princier de Monaco. With Prince Albert yet to be reunited with his wife, the royal palace remains unusually empty – and this is what it looks like.
The royal couple currently live at Palais Princier de Monaco together with their six-year-old twins.
Built in 1911, the historic palace is the epitome of royal living with grand entrances and plush furnishings found throughout the Mediterranean palace.
Also known as The Prince’s Palace of Monaco, the exquisite site has hosted a range of special events in the huge courtyard.
Having married at the royal residence in 2011, Palais Princier de Monaco holds a special place in the heart of the royal family with its rich history and intriguing architecture.
While the palace is open to the public, the living quarters of the family are tucked away – though the royal pair are partial to sharing a glimpse into their regal home with the public.
The Italian renaissance-inspired building makes for a lavish home for Princess Charlene, Prince Albert II and their two children, Jacques and Gabriella.
Much like the British Royal Family, the Monaco royals use the balcony of the palace to make public appearances.
Photographs of the 43-year-old Princess and 63-year-old Prince of Monaco at their home-held engagement celebration and wedding ceremony have revealed the true grandeur of the palace interior.
A double marble staircase adorned with green and white flowers can be seen in the background of the couple as they stand at the altar during the ceremony.
Regal red carpets can be seen neatly laid across the floor as guests look upon the couple as they sit on velour chairs in a matching shade of red.
Features of the Palace:
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