Caroline of Monaco facing a difficult moment: she replaces Albert at short notice, in pain

This is news that has deeply affected Prince Albert of Monaco, but not only. Because it’s Caroline from Monaco, his sister, who had to face a difficult time. On Sunday June 19, an apartment fire broke out in the Principality, avenue Princesse-Grace, and the violent fire killed Thierry Perard, a firefighter who came to save residents of the building. The disappearance of the sergeant had then caused a wave of emotion and Albert of Monaco had received this information with great sadness, as made known via a press release. Held in Norway for previous commitments made in connection with the commemorations of the disappearance of Prince Albert I, His Highness left his sister the heavy task of the national tribute to Thierry Perard.

This is what we learned on June 23 from the prince’s palace. Albert II will be represented by his sister, the Princess of Hanover during the funeral mass which was celebrated on June 24, in the Cathedral of Monaco by Colonel Luc Fringant, First aide-de-camp, with military funeral honours. It was Prince Albert, husband of Charlene of Monaco, who wanted a national tribute to be paid to Sergeant Thierry Perard, who died tragically in the performance of his duty as a firefighter. And Caroline of Monaco of course went there to represent the royal family, as evidenced by the video posted on the Facebook account of the diocese of Monaco. The funeral mass of Staff Sergeant Thierry Perard was broadcast live from Monaco Cathedral, a mass presided over by Bishop Dominique-Marie David during which Caroline of Monaco appeared very marked.



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