Princess Charlene of Monaco Sainte Devote
MONACO

PRINCESS CHARLENE AND TWINS CELEBRATE SAINTE DEVOTE

Princess Charlene, Prince Albert II and their children Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco attended the Sainte Dévote Ceremony on January 26, 2020 in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

Sainte Dévote is the patron saint of The Principality of Monaco and France’s Mediterranean Corsica island.

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Princess Charlene, Prince Jacques, Prince Albert and Princess Gabriella.

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Every year, the feast of Sainte Dévote is celebrated joyfully. The festivities begin on the morning of 26 January with a Mass at the Sainte Dévote Chapel (French: Chapelle Sainte Dévote).

In the early evening, the Procession of Sainte Dévote takes place at the Port with the presence of the Princely Family and Principality’s most senior personalities.

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Princess Charlene, Mélanie-Antoniette Costello de Massy and Prince Jacques.

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A symbolic boat is burned in memory of Sainte Dévote, by Prince Albert (Sovereign Prince of Monaco) and the Princely Family. After the burning, there is a firework display at the Port of Monaco, organised by the Mayor of Monaco.

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Princess Charlene wore a blue double-face coat by Louis Vuitton, turtleneck blush Puma cashmere sweater from Loro Piana and boots from Versace.

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Update January 28, 2020

Ceremony of Sainte Dévote

On January 27, 2020, in connection with Sainte Dévote celebrations, Prince Albert and Princess Charlene attended the Pontificial Mass held at Monaco Cathedral.

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Monaco Archbishop Bernard Barsi.

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Prince Albert II of Monaco arrives at the mass.

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Princess Charlene arrives at the Mass.

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Prince Albert and Princess Charlene leave after the Mass.

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Monaco Archbishop Bernard Barsi and Prince Albert.

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For the Mass, Princess Charlene wore Dior navy blazer, Dior printed full silk chiffon skirt with navy pumps.

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She also wore Dior printed scarf and pearl stud earrings.

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Princess Charlene and Prince Albert made their way to the Prince’s Palace of Monaco, where they joined Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques for the ceremonious procession of the relics of Sainte Dévote which takes place in Monaco Village (blessing of the Palace, the town and the sea).

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