Princess Charlene and Prince Albert to return to Mzansi
Princess Charlene of Monaco’s foundation inaugural Water Bike Challenge is an event aimed at raising awareness about water safety.
Princess Charlene of Monaco, a former Olympic swimmer and philanthropist, is set to return to South Africa with her husband, Prince Albert for the ‘Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation’s inaugural Water Bike Challenge at Sun City.
PRINCESS CHARLENE’S RETURN
The enchanting former Olympic swimmer, at the age of 45, continues to capture the world’s attention with her striking beauty and boundless enthusiasm. The couple’s participation in the upcoming event is a testament to their unwavering commitment to charitable causes. They stand shoulder to shoulder in support of the foundation’s noble mission reports IOL.
Chantell Wittstock, the CEO of the Foundation’s South African arm, expressed her delight at the forthcoming event.
“PCMFSA is thrilled to bring the Water Bike Challenge to South Africa and create an exciting platform for raising awareness about water safety,”Chantell Wittstock
PRINCESS CHARLENE’S FOUNDATION
Wittstock continued to share the foundation’s dedication to saving lives and instilling a water safety culture within communities. The icing on the royal cake is undoubtedly the presence of Their Serene Highnesses, Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco, at this gala affair.
The foundation’s event promises a captivating blend of competition, celebrity allure, and a concerted effort to raise funds for its admirable projects. The Princess herself participated in the ‘The Crossing: Calvi – Monaco Water Bike Challenge’ back in 2020. This time she will step away from the competitive aspect of the event to amplify its significance.
The grand event, scheduled for 16 September, is set to paint vibrant South Africa with the brushstrokes of charity. The Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation South Africa (PCMFSA) is on a mission to change lives through swimming education and water safety advocacy. This is a cause that has resonated deeply with the Princess.
The upcoming journey holds significant importance for the Princess. It marks her first return to Africa since her battle with a severe ear, nose, and throat infection in 2021. The ailment confined her to South African shores for several months.
SUN CITY FOR A PRINCESS
As the calendar flips to the next month, the world’s eyes will undoubtedly be fixated on Sun City, South Africa. The Princess and Prince Albert will lend their regal presence to the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation South Africa’s inaugural Water Bike Challenge. The event promises a dazzling display of royalty, celebrity, and philanthropy – a fusion fit for the pages of a fairy tale.