Princess Charlene of Monaco yesterday visited the residents of the residence for the elderly A Qietüdine. For the visit, she chose a bright yellow Akris dress and pearl beads.
Charlene spoke warmly with the pensioners and thanked the staff for their work. The princess in the nursing home was greeted with a bouquet of flowers (handed over by a woman who turned 100 years old), and Charlene, in response, gave the residents of the residence photographs of her family as a keepsake. As gifts, she brought baskets of fruits and vegetables grown on the family estate.
The Qietüdine nursing home, located near the harbor in the city center, is part of the country's national projects. The princess visits the institution not for the first time.
After returning from South Africa and recovering from a long illness, Charlene has actively returned to her duties and often appears in public. Recently, together with her husband, Prince Albert II, she visited the Pope in the Vatican.
Information appeared in the press that Charlene demanded 12 million euros a year for the performance of her duties, but there is no official confirmation of this.