Hey Creative, a kid at the St Charles III school in Monaco asked Charlene the same question - how's her quest coming to modernize Monaco by installing a Starbucks. I'll re-post the info here. Seriously, with all the stores and other businesses that are closing in Monaco, if Starbucks wanted to open a chain, they probably can get in real cheap.
Most of the time Monaco's media is busy doing the palace's PR for them - trying to create an image of Charlene as the Princess with the heart for children. The last sentence in the Monaco Matin article about Charlene's visit to have an open discussion with the children of Monaco (in of course) was this:
Smiling, surrounded by children, now is the image of the new Princess of Monaco. [Souriante, entourée d'enfants, c'est l'image désormais de cette nouvelle princesse de Monaco.]
All the articles listed the same gushing comments about Charlene and the children's questions to her. But occasionally someone from Monaco comes along (likes this different reporter from Monaco Hebdo) who clearly didn't get the memo that they are forbidden to publish the slightest thing that will shed the true light on their lazy ignorant crass dumb-as-rock princess. so, this one little tidbit about a question one of the young students asked Charlene appeared in the Monaco Hebdo reporter's article 0 that no one else felt the need to publish this question (for good reason).
A discussion in English in which the princess, questioned by students, spoke of her swimming career, her role as first lady of Monaco, her passions for sports including surfing and rugby as well as her schoolgirl memories. "I am proud to be your princess," she stressed to the college students sitting near her. Students took the opportunity to address some issues they had at heart. Including the installation of a Starbucks in Monaco, the establishment of a skateboard ramp or the welfare of animals at the zoo. The exchanges rocket carrying the same on the return of uniforms to school.
Monaco's fairytale love story: post-engagement
PPDA: And this was the woman whom you needed? Albert: I think... *** Reporter: "Is Charlene Wittstock your soulmate?" Albert: "I don't know if she is ...I don't know yet.
seems the students asked questions she had no answers to. Otherwise they might have published them. Or her answers were too ridiculous to be published. as her being proud to be their princess, well she would much rather be real royalty and be a British princess, better for the lack of a better offer, she will put up with MC.Besides in no other country could she get away with slurping and not working and have her entire family do the same. The question ought to be asked to the pupils: are you proud of her being your princess.. but then seeing that no one is allowed to tell the truth in MC chances of getting a truthful answer in MC and with the possibility of retracing the speaker and punishing him or his family are below zero.
Post by creativemind on Feb 21, 2012 19:02:54 GMT -5
HAHA! Classic! Maybe one of the kids or their parents ready my post! HEHE. No I won't take credit but I find it hilarous her stupid wish has reared it's head again. Knowing her and all her lies, she probably forgot she even said it!