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Princess Charlene of Monaco Net Worth: Princess Charlene of Monaco is a South African former Olympic swimmer and princess-by-union who has a net worth of $150 million dollars. Princess Charlene of Monaco was born January 25, 1978 in Bulawayo, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). She retired from competitive swimming in 2007. Charlene met Prince Albert at the Mare Nostrum (swimming), Monte Carlo, Monaco in June 2001. They were first seen together in 2006, and she accompanied the prince on many of his official responsibilities since. They announced their engagement in June 2010 and were wed on July 1, 2011. Princess Charlene is known for her refined fashion style, patronizing designers Akris and Armani. She wore an exclusive Giorgio Armani Priv wedding dress and was seen at the Akris show at Paris Fashion Week in October 2011. Her adviser is Princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein. On May 30, 2014, it was declared that Princess Charlene and Prince Albert were expecting their first child by the end of 2014.
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|Live in Monaco||2011||TV Movie||Herself|
|Die Fürsten von Monaco||2009||TV Series documentary||Herself|
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|1||Gave birth to twins (her 1st & 2nd children) at age 36, a daughter Princess Gabriella Thérèse Marie, Countess of Carladès & a son Jacques Honoré Rainier, Hereditary Prince of Monaco on December 10, 2014 at Monaco's Princess Grace Hospita via C-section. They have 2 minutes difference in birth and 2nd & 1st in line to the Monegasque throne. Children's father is her husband, Prince Albert of Monaco.|
|2||Her title in German is Fürstin von Monaco and in Swedish is Furstinna av Monaco.|
|3||After the wedding, the couple went to South Africa for a meeting in IOC, Prince Albert is a member of IOC. After that, the couple went to Vamizi Island in Mozambique for their honeymoon.|
|4||Her wedding ring is an 18 carat white gold platinum by Cartier. During the civil ceremony, the bride wore a light blue jacket and pants by Chanel. During the religious ceremony, her wedding dress was by Armani. The wedding dress took 2,500 hours of work.|
|5||Civil marriage ceremony conducted on 1 July at 5pm in the Throne Room of the Palace of Monaco. Religious marriage ceremony conducted on 2 July at 5pm in the Main Courtyard of the Palace of Monaco. The wedding dinner took place on 2 July at the Opera Garnier and on the Terraces of the Casino.|
|6||Engaged to Prince Albert of Monaco on 23 June 2010.|
|7||Moved to Monaco 2007 and lived first in an apartment.|
|8||Upon her marriage, she will gain two step-children: Jazmin Grace Grimaldi and Alexandre Coste.|
|9||In 1996, at 18, she won the South African Championship.|
|10||In 2000, her team came in fifth at the Sydney Olympic Games. That same year, she won the gold medal for the 200m backstroke event at the "Marenostrum" international swimming meeting in Monaco. This is when she met Prince Albert for the first time; he was presiding over the international competition.|
|11||Her father, Mr. Mickael Wittstock, was born in 1946 and is a sales manager. Her mother, Mrs. Lynette Wittstock (1959), is a retired swimming instructor. Charlene has two brothers: Gareth (1982), a computer technician; and Sean (1983), a sales rep.|
|12||Upon her marriage, she will gain two sisters-in-law: Princess Caroline of Monaco and Princess Stéphanie of Monaco and four nieces and three nephews: Andrea, Charlotte, and Pierre Casiraghi, and Princess Alexandra of Hanover, Louis and Pauline Ducruet, and Camille Gottlieb.|
|13||Moved to South Africa aged 12.|
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