Naples, 28 October 2015. HRH The Prince Charles of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duke of Castro, Head of the Royal House and Grand Master of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St George, has joined HSH The Prince Albert II of Monaco during an official visit to his beloved Naples on the occasion of the opening of the photo exhibition “Mediterra”, put together by Monaco photographer m. Olivier Jude.
Their Royal Highnesses were received by the Mayor of Naples Mr Luigi De Magistris, along with the Delegation of Campania of the Constantinian Order.
HSH The Prince Albert II of Monaco expressed a wish that public opinion be alerted to the need for the Mediterranean to be preserved and taken care of, fully acknowledging its significance. “The Mediterranean is beautiful and delicate”, the Prince said, “but it forms an integral part to our historical and cultural legacy.”
At the end of their joint visit to the photo exhibition, HRH The Prince Charles of Bourbon and HSH The Prince Albert II of Monaco made their way to the ‘Terrazza’ at the ‘Castel Dell’Ovo’ and were subsequently met by the Mayor in his private office.
Later that day, HSH The Prince Albert II of Monaco and HRH The Prince Charles of Bourbon-Two Sicilies went to the ‘San Carlo’ Theatre where, having received a warm welcome from the Superintendent Ms Rosanna Purchia, they attended the dress rehearsals for Giuseppe Verdi’s Traviata.