Princess Charlene and Prince Albert visit Norway along with twins, royal family visit to quell rumors

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Princess Charlene and Prince Albert have been seen in public again. This time the royal couple from Monaco are visiting Oslo, in Norway, along with their twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella. This is their first trip abroad after she returned to Monaco. They traveled to Norway to open a science exhibition and unveil a statue of Prince Albert II.

On Wednesday, the royal family attended the opening of the “Sailing the Sea of Science” exhibit. The Crown Prince of Norway, Prince Haakon joined them at the Fram Museum in Oslo. The exhibition is in honor of Prince Albert I of Monaco. Prince Albert I was called the “Explorer Prince.” He spent most of his life pursuing oceanography and exploration as well as science. He died in 1922.

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Prince Albert wore a dark coat and blue tie, which was matched by son Jacques. Princess Charlene looked stunning in an all-black ensemble of a black blazer and black trousers with a rhinestone lining on the blazer’s lapel. It was matched by Gabriella who wore a sparkling black dress with rhinestones. Gabriella also sported a red cardigan and wore ballerina flats. Charlene accessorized her outfit with diamond and silver earrings and stilettos. Her makeup was light and she wore a pleasant pink shade of lipstick.

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Early that day, the celebrity royal couple joined King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway for lunch. Newly engaged Prince Märtha Lewis also attended the lunch at Bygdø Kongsgaard, which is the private residence of the King and Queen of Norway.

Princess Charlene had been away from Monaco for most of 2021. She resumed her royal duties, early this year, amid speculations that she was being paid a hefty sum, according to French newspapers. The celebrity couple have denied any rift between them. Both Prince Albert and Princess Charlene have expressed anguish at the rumors and are trying to lay them to rest by giving interviews to the press.


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