Prince’s Carabiners give early Christmas presents to children at CHPG

Five Carabiniers of Prince Albert II of Monaco have brought smiles to the faces of some young patients at the Princess Grace Hospital Centre, gifting them with teddy bears decked out in matching uniforms.

The Prince’s Carabinieri Corps regularly support various associations in Monaco, often through sport.

But this year, they wanted to provide support to the professionals and volunteers of the Princess Grace Hospital Centre (CHPG) who come to comfort sick children and parents.

So, the Carabiniers (Prince’s guards), accompanied by Captain Hervé Matu, visited the children’s ward of the hospital on Thursday 21st December and gifted ‘Carabinieri’ teddy bears to the hospitalised children, which undoubtedly brought some much needed festive cheer.

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Photo: Benoîte Rousseau de Sevelinges, Director of the Princess Grace Hospital Center, surrounded by the Carabinieri who came to offer teddy bears to sick children. Credit: Communication Department / Manuel Vitali