I think the docu-drama of the redecorating is wrong understood by Charl’s (I say it nice ;)) and became the French documentary for the food chefs… (the recording for TV is around the same time as the interview with Charl’s)
i think the flying monkey flunkies are so used to lying and making stuff up and the corrupt media editors taking payola don't care about the truth, they just publish whatever crazy stuff and then figure NO ONE will notice. HAH we notice and IMO boy do they look stupid
"that's not koolaid, that's crack"
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I watched this documentary about a week ago. It was actually aired on Austrian TV at the end of last year and was called "The chefs of the powerful". I was astonished that it was aired on Austrian and not German TV (as far as I know) but I think it will also be aired there one day. It's a quite nice documentary I must say. Well done, similar to other documentaries of this kind I've watched (e.g. about Windsor Castle). Fortunately, it has nothing to do with CC. It's mostly about the palace and the head chef Christian Garcia who's talking about his work and is filmed in the palace kitchen. They show the inside of the palace which is really beautiful. PA gives a small interview and talks about the importance of good-quality organic food, how much he loves Roc Agel and how important his childhood was there. It's mentioned several times that it's a special place where very few people have access to and that PA decides everything there (so I don't think that CC lives there but who knows). He is also shown talking with Garcia in detail about the menu for the visit of the Croatian president and the whole preparation of the palace for this visit is filmed. Apart from that PA was involved in the renovation and decoration of the palace kitchen in 1995. Garcia visits the gardens, animals and cheese dairy of Roc Agel and goes to Italy to buy balsamic vinegar and Culatello ham (they have a special cellar where the hams reserved for PA hang directly next to the ones reserved for Prince Charles ). People talk quite often about Grace (how nice, involved and interested she was) only twice about CC: she likes white roses and for lunch Garcia prepares asparagus soup, perch with ginger, vegetables and sweet potatoes and for dessert lemon jelly with raspberries for CC and a friend of hers. They just show her once with everybody else at the formal dinner during the visit of the Croatian president. IMO this is a very good documentary and PA comes across as a very professional statesman and the palace seems to be well organized and profesional, too. Everybody always talks about PA and how involved he is in everything. Although we maybe know that PA isn't a brilliant statesman I think this is the type of PR that Monaco needs and not Trashy. When you watch the documentary you get the feeling IMO that Trashy is just another guest or extra in the palace with little say and no involvement at all. Sure people serve her but that's all. Maybe I'm wrong but I don't think that CC is now in control of everything I think it is PA and always has been. IMO he just married her so that everybody and the press leaves him alone and he got what he wanted the press is talking more about CC than about him. BTW in the palace nothing seems to be newly decorated everything looks the way you would imagine a palace to look like. So maybe CC redecorated the private quarters (if anything at all)?! I also watched the documentary about the Kremlin. The interior is breathtakingly rich and beautiful but the chef and everything comes across as cold and chaotic just like during the cold war era. Monaco and Garcia are the opposite: warm, friendly and accesible.