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Albert was an enthusiastic sportsman, participating in cross country, javelin throwing, handball, judo, swimming, tennis, rowing, sailing, skiing, squash and fencing.
He is a patron of Monaco's football team, AS Monaco.
On August 27, 2015, Prince Albert apologized for Monaco's role in facilitating the deportation of a total of 90 Jews and resistance fighters, of whom only nine survived.
"At first it was amusing", he said, "but it becomes very irritating in the long term to hear people say that I am homosexual".
The evening ended with an opera performance in Monte Carlo.
Prince Albert continues the policy – initiated by previous rulers of the microstate – of strengthening environmental awareness.
The foundation focus on three main challenges: climate change and renewable energy development; combating the loss of biodiversity; and water management (improving universal access to clean water).
Albert is also a global adviser to Orphans International.