Princess Charlene of Monaco, 43, took to social media to wish her followers the very best for 2022. Posting to her 396,000 followers on her official Instagram account, Charlene shared a video with the caption: “Happy New Year.”
The foundation’s website adds: “Our mission is to raise public awareness about the dangers of water, teach children preventive measures, and teach them to swim.”
The Zimbabwean-born Princess competed in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games as a swimmer.
During the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, Charlene even won a silver medal in the South Africa 4 by 100metre medley team.
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The speech, delivered without his wife, spoke directly about COVID-19.
He said: “We must act responsibly in the face of this epidemic, not only by observing barrier gestures but by also keeping in mind that, at present, vaccination remains our only truly effective weapon.”
While the Prince did not make any comments about Charlene’s health, he did tell the people of Monaco: “My family and I offer you our warmest wishes for 2022.”