Princess Charlène (46) delights her fans with a radiant appearance. On Wednesday (May 22nd) the wife of Prince Albert of Monaco (66) was part of the so-called “Operation Poseidon”. Together with free diver Pierre Frolla (49) and a boat crew, she went out to sea in a catamaran to look for the checkered flag of the next Formula 1 race in Monaco in the water and then retrieve it.

For this occasion, the former swimmer, who was visibly in a good mood during the event, chose a maritime dark blue jacket with white jeans and matching sneakers. When Pierre Frolla managed to fish the flag out of the Mediterranean by diving, Charlène came to meet him beaming and posed for the photographers with the athlete.

The salvage will benefit the princess’s charitable foundation. The flag with her, Frolla’s and Prince Albert’s signature as well as the autographs of the 2024 World Championship racers will be auctioned. The money will contribute to Charlène’s “projects to combat drowning and promote the education of children through the values ​​of sport,” according to the official Instagram page of the Monegasque royals. Overall, “Operation Poseidon” is intended to “raise awareness of water safety at sea.”

The Monaco Grand Prix takes place next Sunday (May 26th). Princess Charlène is always a guest at the prestigious race through the city state with her husband and her twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella (9). Two years ago, after months of absence from public appearances, she even presented the winner with the trophy.