Prince Albert and Princess Charlene to visit US

Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco will visit the US in September.
The 58-year-old royal and his wife will kick off their trip by visiting Washington D.C. to “celebrate the 10th anniversary of diplomatic relations and the exchange of ambassadors between Monaco and the United States”.
The couple – who have 19-month-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella – will then head to New York City where they will be shown a tribute for Albert’s parents – late actress Grace Kelly and Rainer III, Prince of Monaco – at the Cartier store.
They are also expected to return in October to celebrate the annual Princess Grace Foundation bash.
However, there is one place that Albert can’t wait to take the 38-year-old beauty.
He told PEOPLE magazine: “I’d like to show her Ocean City, New Jersey. I used to go there a lot when I was young.”
It comes after Albert revealed his wife – who is a former Olympic swimmer – would not be attending the 2016 Rio Olympics because of the risk of the Zika virus.
He previously admitted: “First, she has decided not to go because she couldn’t stand to be away from the babies for two weeks and they’re really not old enough to support the trip.
“She has important health concerns. She doesn’t like what she has been reading, hearing, about the Zika virus and some other health issues.”
It’s not known if their children will come with them when they visit America in two months time.