Monaco Ambassador's Club Honors One Of Their Own
The Monaco Ambassadors’ Club (MAC) celebrated its 40th anniversary in the magnificent Salle Empire of the Hotel de Paris in the presence of their Serene Highnesses Prince Albert and Princess Charlene. On this festive occasion Mrs Louisette Levy-Soussan Azzoaglio was honored with the Goodwill Ambassadors’ Award for her continuous outstanding contribution to the Principality for over 55 years. Louisette who is quite a lady, stylish, charming, caring and loved by everybody in Monaco worked at the Palace as personal secretary of Princess Grace for almost 20 years, she is President of the association Action Innocence (www.actioninnocence.org) protecting children from the dangers of the internet, and it was at her initiative that the Club of Foreign Residents in Monaco (CREM) was created to help integrate newcomers into the social, economic and cultural life of the Principality.
Louisette with Sir Roger Moore cutting the 40th anniversary cake
Sir Roger Moore, past recipient of the Goodwill Ambassador’s Award, and his wife Kristina Tholstrup joined Louisette, Alexander Moghadam President of the club and his Board plus distinguished members in this special event. MAC is a non-for-profit association created at the initiative of HSH Princess Grace back in 1973, whose members act as goodwill ambassadors through cultural, diplomatic, sports, business and social events.
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Photos by: Celina Lafuente de Lavotha