Princess Stéphanie celebrates 20th anniversary of Fight Aids Monaco

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Princess Stéphanie of Monaco has helped celebrate the 20th anniversary of Fight Aids Monaco.

The Princess was joined by her daughters, Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb, and her brother, Prince Albert of Monaco, for the event at Le Sporting Monte-Carlo’s Salle des Etoiles.

During its traditional summer gala, Princess Stéphanie addressed those in attendance on why it’s important to help those fighting HIV: “Living with HIV can be tough, we hear that at Fight Aids Monaco, we see it, that’s why we continue our prevention campaigns, that’s why we want to keep supporting those who suffer from loneliness, discrimination, physical ailments or feelings of sadness.”

Several artists performed to celebrate 20 years of the charity before the Fight Aids Monaco team paid tribute to the Princess by singing the song “L’or de nos vies.” The song was written for Fight Aids Monaco in 2006 by the band Kyo.

Camille Gottlieb hosted alongside Marc Toesca, and after the performances, a raffle was held to help raise money for the organisation.

Fight Aids Monaco was founded by Princess Stéphanie in 2004 as a non-profit NGO.

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