Princess Charlene and Prince Albert share rare PDA moment amid divorce rumours

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Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco.
Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco.
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  • Prince Albert and Princess Charlene embarked on their first official overseas trip together since Charlene's return to public life.
  • The royal couple travelled to Norway for the opening of the "Sailing the Sea of Science" exhibit at the Fram Museum.
  • Photos on social media show the royal couple sharing an unexpected kiss as they arrive at the museum.


Sealed with a kiss!

Monaco's Prince Albert and Princess Charlene embarked on their first official overseas trip together since Charlene's return to public life earlier this year — and put on a rare display of affection during one of their outings.

The royal couple was joined by their 7-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, in Norway for the opening of the "Sailing the Sea of Science" exhibit at the Fram Museum on Wednesday.

Photos on social media show the royal couple, who recently addressed rumours that their marriage is on the rocks, sharing an unexpected kiss as they arrive at the museum.

SEE THE KISS HERE:

The rare public display of affection comes after Princess Charlene directly addressed rumours last month that she and Prince Albert were having relationship problems last.

"I still find it regrettable that certain media peddle such rumours about my life, my relationship," she said at the time. "Like everyone else, we are human beings, and like all human beings, we have emotions and weaknesses, only, our family is exposed to the media and the slightest weakness is relayed."

Monaco's prince also addressed the rumours when he spoke about his wife's return home in an interview earlier this month.

"We missed the princess a lot. And we were obviously hurt by the malicious rumours that were peddled. But we were able to stay united despite the distance. We spoke to each other often," he said at the time.


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