Michel Drucker prepares his return, with multiple projects including Vivement Dimanche as well as on stage. Among these projects, there is a program with S.A.S. Prince Albert II of Monaco whose content is still being kept secret.

This is a busy comeback period for Michel Drucker, who is re-launching for a new season of his flagship show “Vivement Dimanche” on France 2. A program that has already celebrated 21 years on the air and more than 740 episodes recorded. The first guest was Muriel Robin this Sunday, August 25th, who had the opportunity to meet the show’s new columnist, including Maud Fontenoy who is dedicated to the environment, and comedians Tom Villa, Willy Rovelli, and Alex Vizorek . Among the next invited guests is former President of the Republic Nicolas Sarkozy. Michel Drucker will also take the opportunity, during his rare moments of rest, to prepare his brand new solo on stage, De vous à moi, scheduled for January 2020.

A show with Albert II of Monaco?

But among Michel Drucker’s projects, one tickles our curiosity – a mysterious show with S.A.S. Prince Albert II of Monaco focusing on the environment. Will this be done as part of Vivement dimanche or a special prime time evening program? Or is it in collaboration with Maud Fontenoy, who is already working with the Prince on various events related to ecology, most recently the Monacology trade show? The mystery still remains. This is not the first time that Michel Drucker would interview Albert II of Monaco, after his show dedicated to the Principality in 2016. The two men also recently met at the 71st Monaco Red Cross Gala.

*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.