So CC is talking to the press again she can do that but can't support her husband?! She and Al are already leading separate lives... So her famous foundation is launched, another place for money laundering and her love for children is sooo fake!
Star guest at TV gala Princess Charlene at "A Heart for Children"!
Princess of Monaco, Charlene (33) comes to Berlin and will be guest star of the "A Heart for Children" Gala on December 17th (broadcast at 20.15 o'clock at ZDF). Yesterday Charlene told BILD: "I was very happy about the invitation. I'll be happy to be there. "
The native South African and former Olympic swimmer has German roots her ancestors came from Zerrenthin in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Already before her wedding to Prince Albert II of Monaco (53) Charlene supported projects such as "Mandela Day" and the "Special Olympics", the world's largest sports movement for people with intellectual disabilities.
At present the Princess is launching the "Foundation Princess Charlene" with which she intends to pay special attention to children. At the "A Heart for Children" gala she will present her project. Charlene: "I'm looking forward to Berlin".
Pst! She believes she'll be still married by December this year? LOL talking about how much she cares about children. Yeah, right. More show for the flunkies. Nobody believes her. What will happen with the Princess Charlene Foundation once this idiot is not any more a princess?
so she gets her private bank account and Bild is paying for it? btw last year I read some really harsh critics on the show. it was sth along the lines that only people promoted by Friede Springer or those she always wanted to meet were there as guests... I don't watch that kind of thing as it is usually pretty boring, but it sounded like the right place for trashy. Same as that Bunte bambi thing she was going to.
Charlene of Monaco shows Sophie (5) the right way to jump into the swimming pool from the starting block. The former Olympic swimmer has been training children in South Africa for years.
Sophie (5) is anxious on the starting block at the edge of the pool. "Do not worry. I hold you tight, "reassures the young blond woman and shows the girl how she can bow low without falling immediately into the two-meter deep water.
The swimming teacher is Charlene (33), Princess of Monaco! The former South African Olympic swimmer has been training for years in her former homeland with poor, sick and disabled children.
THIS WOMAN HAS A BIG HEART.
For her engagement the princess will receive the "Golden Heart" - the prize of "A Heart for Children" - tomorrow in Berlin.
BILD accompanied Princess Charlene doing her job in Durban last week. It's muggy, 30 degrees.
"My first medal I won at age eight, I was the youngest swimmer who won the Youth title of South Africa," Charlene: "Since then I want to pass the feeling that it is worthwhile to fight for something."
The princess takes time for her former student Beth. The young woman suffers from cerebral palsy since birth.
The princess recognizes a young woman among a group of splashing children and waves to her. It is Beth Nothlings (21). Beth became ill shortly after birth with polio. In her right leg and right arm she has little power. Beth was nevertheless dreaming of being able to swim one day.
"It was ten years ago, Charlene gave me courage," Beth tells the BILD reporter. "After training she always practiced with me."
It was worth it!
Beth won gold at the South African Championships in 2008, she represented her country at the Paralympics in China.
"Charlene gave me confidence. She gave me the feeling of being valuable, "says Beth and fondles the hand of the princess. Charlene smiles and says: "It was Beth's love for swimming and her incredible will to want to reach more and more. You can't get more reward than the joy in her eyes. "
Beth's fate is one of many children in the country.
Princess Charlene founded the "Foundation Princess Charlene." "I want to strengthen disadvantaged children for the future to prepare them for the world out there," says Charlene. "I want to pass on some of my happiness."
Thanks Taz. I have to bow down to the con Artist on this one - the whole Durban show is good. The phrases are good and the photos are good. This girl is good. I have to lessen up a little on Albert because I can see how he felt for her "I am so good, so sweet, so kind and just so care for the needy act." My favorite part of her performance is this comment: "I want to pass on some of my happiness."
Sister-girl is GOOD! The sugar loonies will drool all over themselves worshiping at her feet after the see her perform (besides just look at the photos).
Seriously, Charlene is really good at conning people - winning their confidence through flattery. Several of the long-time posters here who do not like Charlene were quite taken with her when she posed as a poster on several boards. A necessary tool for any con artist, Charlene has natural charm and a special gift of flattery. She's also very good at reading people to ascertain who her flattery will work on.
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.
Post by royalpauper on Dec 16, 2011 10:50:51 GMT -5
Well it is finally clear why WC joined Albert on his trip to Durban. She needed to add a few more pictures of her training "poor, sick and disabled" children to her "resume". The couple of pictures she had from a few years ago were not enough to write about her "charity work" prior to getting an award in Berlin. So transparent ...and pathetic.
Post by royalpauper on Dec 17, 2011 13:42:02 GMT -5
Are they kidding!!!! And now they are giving an award to WC after spending a few minutes by the pool showing "poor and sick" children how to move their arms when swimming? How much did Albert paid them for it?
So, I'm assuming The Cad didn't show up to support his humanitarian wife? Talk about whor-ing yourself out!
I can't wait for her speech...I mean the one they have written for her. The one she wrote was left at the Palace. Here it is:
" Dear peasants, Now that my husband had spent hundred of thousands of dollars on my new look and transformed me from a high school dropout into the most beautiful royal...and after he spent 70 millions dollars on our wedding to promote our fake union...I would like to give back and help all those other losers who will never find a Royal Jack Ass Idiot to get them out of the dumps (like I did ), because I had married the last one left. So now that I am a "royal" and I have nothing else to do, I had created a foundation in hopes that you idiots will donate your money so I could go around the world, excuse me, around the all five continents presenting the checks and promoting myself as "the most caring royal Princess on all five continents". So please be generous, because I have no money of my own and have no other means or ways to make my own money but to leach on you naive and stupid people. Everyone who donates the money to my foundation will get a framed picture of me...of course the latest edition. Thank you! I love you all!"