Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco were in Corsica on May 20, 2013. During their one-day visit to the island, the couple attended a Mass presided over by the Bishop of Corsica in the Santa Maria Assunta Cathedral at Lucciana. The cathedral contains a statue of Saint Devote, the patron saint of Monaco. During their visit, the couple took part in a religious procession and visited a craft fair. Lucciana and Monaco have close ties, as the two cities have been twinned. Prince Albert and Princess Charlene’s nephew, Andrea Casiraghi, also accompanied them on their visit to Corsica. Photos by Getty Images.