Mommyish Poll: What Should Prince Albert Do With His Illegitimate Children At The Royal Wedding?
Did you get up at the crack of dawn this morning to watch the wedding festivities going on in Monaco? Prince Albert is marrying South African Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock today in a civil ceremony with a religious service following on Saturday.
This is the biggest thing to happen in Monaco since Albert’s mother Grace Kelly wed Prince Ranier.
This is a pull-out-all-the-stops, $65 million extravaganza and will include a procession after the church service, an official dinner catered by chef Alain Ducasse and a gala ball at the Opera Garnier and on the terraces of the Monte Carlo Casino.
The less fairy-tale part of the wedding is that there have been rumors of a third out-of-wedlock child fathered by Albert. Everyone already knows about the 53-year-old’s two illegitimate children, a daughter with an American tourist and a son with a Togolese flight attendant.
Those two (or three) kids are not in line for the throne. But what should be done with them at the wedding?
Should they be told they’re only allowed to attend the wedding if they memorize the complete text of the Franco-Monegasque Treaty of 1861? Chain them to the radiator in the basement of the Grimaldi Fortress? Take our poll to help us figure it out.