Two Royal Specials. Raniero III and Grace Kelly, and meeting Prince William in Africa

SPECIAL / DOCUMENTARIES / TELEVISION

Prince Rainer et Grace Kelly

Prince Rainer et Grace Kelly

The first Special, ‘Monaco, an almost perfect rock’, the personal story of Raniero III and Grace, from their childhood until their paths crossed, through exclusive images

On October 26, “Prince William, a planet for all” is released; two years of tour with the Duke of Cambridge through Great Britain and Africa in defense of nature

¡HOLA! TV confirms that it is the only expert channel in information on royalty with the premiere of two specials in October.

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“Prince William, a planet for all”

Through images never seen, ¡HOLA! TV reveals on October 19 the story behind the small and glamorous Principality of Monaco, which gained special notoriety after the wedding of Prince Raniero III with the very famous American actress Grace Kelly, in 1956.

‘Monaco, an almost perfect rock’ shows the story of Raniero III and Grace, from their childhood, when their paths crossed and the relationship they maintained, truncated by the tragic death of the princess. It also delves into the childhood of the couple’s three children: Carolina, Alberto and Estefanía. In addition, it offers a look at the transformation of the role of His Serene Highness, from the regency of Raniero III to the present day, with Alberto II of Monaco at the head of this almost perfect rock that manages to captivate the world.

Another special is the premiere of the documentary ‘Prince William, a planet for all’, which narrates a very close encounter with the Duke of Cambridge, in which he himself explains the mission of protecting the planet and raising awareness about the importance of its preservation. The special is the result of two years with the Duke while he worked around the world for its conservation. It highlights its interaction with local communities, and its essential role in protecting and repairing the natural balance, as well as meeting with conservationists and its advances against poaching. And the documentary also shows how children are the future in protecting the environment and learning about nature.

BROADCAST SCHEDULE

‘Monaco, an almost perfect rock’ – October 19

LATAM: 8:30 PM MX- COL / 9:30 PM VEN / 10:30 PM ARG

US: 9:30 PM/8:30PM C

‘Prince William, a planet for all’ – October 26

LATAM: 8:30 PM MX- COL / 9:30 PM VEN / 10:30 PM ARG

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