Albert's Ex Girfriends Aug 19, 2011 8:50:07 GMT -5
Post by MyAdia on Aug 19, 2011 8:50:07 GMT -5
A blogger at Swimmer's Daily wrote the following headline after reading the below article how at the 2000 Mare Nostrum in Monaco, Albert was interested in Camelia who he invited tio sit at his table - and not Charlene: Oh my, Prince Albert tried to score Potec before Wittstock? after the engagement, Albert and Charlene tried to used the the swimming pool as some significant foundation of their first meeting in 2000. Camelia's coach revelation that Albert tried to hit on Camelia just shows the trashy foundation of this relationship and now marriage. I am sure this is only the beginning. Eventually, we will hear more about the period from 2000 until 2005 and how Charlene moved up from booty call, to yacht girl until she hit the jackpot - her Serene Highness Princess Trashlene of Monaco. The below Romanian Insider article is just repeating the first one that I posted - but it shows how the story is making the mainstream media.
Romanian media says Prince Albert of Monaco was in love with Romanian swimmer Potec
AUGUST 18, 2011
Romanian swimmer Camelia Potec attracted the attention of Prince Albert of Monaco (in picture) long before his marriage to former South – African swimmer Charlene Wittstock. The information has recently emerged after Potec’s former coach, Doina Sava, told the media that the Prince of Monaco fell in love with Potec in 2000. Back then, Potec, now 29, took part in the Mare Nostrum event in Monte Carlo in 2000, when she first caught the eye of the prince. Potec admitted that the Prince asked her to sit as his table after the Mare Nostrum event.
Camelia Potec won Gold at the Athens Olympics in 2004 for the 200 m freestyle swimming. Prince Albert of Monaco, 53, got married on July 1 this year to Charlene Wittstock, who is 20 years younger than him. Princess Charlene represented South Africa in the swimming competitions at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Prince Albert II has been the ruler of Monaco since the death of his father, Prince Rainier III, in 2005.