Prince Albert of Monaco Estates and Homes ( 1 )
Prince's Palace of Monaco
Built in 1191 the Prince's Palace of Monaco is the official residence of the Prince of Monaco. The fortress is a merge of architectural approach; its antique origins are specified by a lack of symmetry. In the 21st century, the palace remains the residence of the current Prince of Monaco.
Location: The Palace of Monaco is situated in Monaco which is sovereign city state on the French Riviera.
Accommodation: The huge palace has several rooms dedicated for different activities. The most prominent of the many rooms are the state apartments which were constructed in 16th century and were enhanced in the style of those at Versailles during the 18th century. Other rooms in the state suite include the Red Room — so called because its walls are covered in red brocade. The palace is decorated with the paintings of many prominent painters such as Jan Brueghel and Charles Le Brun. The palace is decked with 18th-century French-style furniture.
Prince Albert of Monaco Hobbies ( 1 )
Prince Albert of Monaco Autos and Cars ( 1 )
Lexus LS 600h L Landaulet
As it had to be serving a Royal Family; Lexus went out of its way to make the most luxurious and unique model, none the less the Monaco Principality. From a base chasis of a Lexus LS 600h (hybrid) the conversion went on to be caled "Lexus LS 600h L Landaulet car was especially made for Albert II’s wedding that took place in July 2011. This one-off version has been made with a reinforced transparent rooftop and the designing has been done by Carat Duchatelet, which is known for its luxury coaches. "
Prince Albert of Monaco Wedding ( 1 )
Wedding of Prince Albert II and former South African swimmer Charlene Wittstock was one of the most elaborated wedding seen in this century. 3,500 guests, including royalty and celebrities, attended the event at the Place du Palais on 1st and 2nd July 20011. Many celebrated people attended the ceremony such as Lesotho and Belgium, the presidents of France, top models and racing car drivers. More than 1,000 journalists from around the world were accredited to cover the event.
Prince Albert II and Charlene Wittstock wedding
Prince Albert of Monaco Cause ( 4 )
Born Free Foundation
Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation
Prince Albert II is an active environmentalist as In January 2009, he left for a month-long voyage to Antarctica, where he visited 26 scientific outposts and met with experts to learn more about the impact of global warming on the continent.
United Nations Development Programme
Albert is closely associated with UNDP is the UN’s global development network that is a philanthropist group and help people build a better life.
The limited edition (2/250) Chopard watch from the personal collection of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco was created for the 2002 Monaco Historical Grand Prix. The watch is made of yellow gold, and it boasts the blazon of the Automobile Club de Monaco and a brown crocodile strap. The watch has recently been put up for auction to benefit One Night for ONE DROP
Prince Albert of Monaco Collectibles ( 1 )
Limited edition Golden Aston Martin Sculpture
H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco owns the limited edition golden Aston martin sculpture by award-winning Swiss artist Dante. The artist has unveiled the iconic sports car series to the world in the principality of Monte Carlo. Though it’s not revealed whether Prince Albert commissioned this work of art for himself, but he owns one.
Prince Albert of Monaco Brands ( 2 )
Champagne Perrier Jouët
Albert II, Prince of Monaco has been spotted drinking Champagne Perrier Jouët on several occasions. Recently he enjoys the super taste of the champagne on his first marriage anniversary to the Princess Charlene. Basically Perrier Jouet is a famous Champagne house based in the Epernay region of Champagne, which was founded in 1811.
Mr. Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, Co-President of Chopard and Prince Albert II