Princess Charlene stuns unexpected tourists during tour of Monaco Palace


Princess Charlene surprised tourists visiting the Prince’s Palace on Monday. During a visit to the principality’s royal residence, visitors came face-to-face with the 44-year-old Princess.

Charlene even shared informal hugs and posed for photos with the group before deciding to tag along on the tour herself.

The tour also saw the mother-of-two check out various newly displayed treasures around the palace.

The Zimbabwe-born royal was seen wearing a sleeveless black Louis Vuitton jacket as she posed for snaps with different groups of visitors.

But Charlene’s appearance came after the Commonwealth Games silver medalist returned to the royal frontline after taking a backward step following a sinus infection and COVID-19 infection.

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Following her positive Covid test, Charlene even joined her husband Albert at the opening ceremony of the 61st Monte Carlo TV Festival last month.

However, according to People, Charlene studied a series of once hidden Renaissance-era frescoes during her group tour.

They also claimed the frescoes were discovered by workers during renovation work and added the paintings depict the Twelves Labours of Hercules.

The paintings are also believed to date back to the 16th century.

A 40-person team of specialists have since completed the work.

Tourists have been able to return to the palace for tours since July 1.

They can continue to book tours until October 15.


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