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Princess Charlene’s brother becomes Monaco

The Sovereign Ordinance was issued on April 27, 2022.

Gareth Wittstock, the secretary-general of the Princess Charlene Foundation, born in Zimbabwe in 1982, has been in Monaco since April 27.

Very active in the Principality, he is active internationally through the Princess Charlene Foundation, educating young children through the values ​​of sport and fighting drowning.

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With 9,611 Monegasques registered in 2021, few of the 38,000 residents are citizens of the Principality. This is because it is difficult to obtain citizenship without a Monaco parent.

However, there are other ways to get the magic key that opens the door to many benefits, such as zero taxation and low-cost housing.

Read again: How can I become a citizen of Monaco in 2021?

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