The princely couple of Monaco have attended the traditional Monaco picnic in the Park Antoinette. You can click the photo below to enlarge it.
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Monaco's Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene signed their official wedding documents with a specially-created Montblanc fountain pen made of solid white gold. The pen's cap and barrel are engraved with a rhomb-shaped pattern and set with 161 rubies and 128 diamonds, reflecting the colours of the Monegasque state. The 18K gold nib is engraved with a dove, rings and crown. The Montblanc emblem on the top of the cap is made of mother-of-pearl.
Monaco's ruler, Prince Albert II; his fiancee, Charlene Wittstock (right); and his sister Princess Stephanie (left) attended the 62nd Monaco Red Cross Ball on July 30 in Monte Carlo.
UPDATE: The photo originally published here is no longer available since the Fotoglif service is no longer available, but it was probably this one or something similar.
Prince Albert II of Monaco; his fiancee, Charlene Wittstock; and his sister Princess Caroline danced during an open-air rock concert in front of the Prince's Palace in Monaco on July 5. ZZ Top and Iggy Pop performed at the concert. (Sorry, the photos that originally accompanied this post have expired.)