Princess Charlene named as new Honorary President of Pink Ribbon Monaco

Pink Ribbon Monaco, the breast cancer charity spearheaded by Natasha Frost-Savio since 2011, has announced that Princess Charlene has come on board as the Honorary President of the association.  

The backing of the Princess, a big supporter of women’s health issues, is the feather in the cap of the association, which holds a number of events spotlighting breast cancer awareness and prevention in the Principality each year. 

One such event is the upcoming Golden Age of Hollywood-themed gala that will be held by Pink Ribbon Monaco on 2nd February at the Casino de Monte-Carlo. 

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“The Princess joining us ahead of our gala is ideal,” Frost-Savio, the president and founder of Pink Ribbon Monaco, tells Monaco Life. “With her support, we hope to make it one of our biggest fundraisers to date.”  

The gala will be taking place just over a week before the Pink Ribbon Walk on 11th February, an event that always attracts plenty of support in the Principality. Now in its 12th year, the event is a fun run and walk that is described as a day to “let loose, have fun, and celebrate life”. 

“HSH Princess Charlene’s involvement as our Honorary President adds immeasurable strength to our cause,” says Frost-Savio. “We are honoured to have her support as we approach these significant events, and her commitment reinforces our wish to encourage critical research and support our local community.” 

Tickets for the gala are on sale now and can be found here.

To find out more about the Pink Ribbon Walk and how you can get involved, click here


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