Prince Albert II of Monaco visits Madeira

Prince Albert II of Monaco arrives in MadeiraPrince Albert II of Monaco arrived in Madeira yesterday. He is pictured below in the Journal visiting the exhibition: “An exploratory prince – Alberto I of Monaco in Madeira”, which takes place in the Museum of Natural History in Rua da Mouraria, central Funchal. The exhibition focusses on the oceanographic research undertaken by his great-great-grandfather in the seas of the archipelago. Albert 1 of Monaco is sometimes referred to a the “Navigator Prince”.

Net worth of $1 billion

Prince Albert II visits exhibition featuring Prince Albert I of Monaco

Prince Albert II is the the reigning monarch of the Principality of Monaco, and head of the Princely House of Grimaldi. He has an estimated net worth of $1 billion according to various online sources. Albert Alexandre Louis Pierre Grimaldi was born on March 14, 1958, the son of Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and the American actress Grace Kelly. His sisters are Caroline, Princess of Hanover and Princess Stéphanie
In 2006, Prince Albert created the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, which continues the Principality of Monaco’s commitment by supporting sustainable, and ethical projects around the world. The foundation focuses on three main challenges, climate change, and developing renewable energies; combating the loss of biodiversity; and water management. He is closely associated with the cutting edge Yersin research vessel which recently visited the island and it’s philanthropic owner (I’m not sure if the yacht is still here?) – previous post.

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  1. Just to remind people that a ‘community forum’ has been added to the blog. You gain access through the icon in the top-left corner. This is for posting general questions/answers ré Madeira.

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