Monaco National Day 2014 - Gala

State Minister Michel Roger, Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi attend the Monaco National Day Gala at Grimaldi Forum in Monaco. 19 November 2014
Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi
Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi
Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi
Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi
Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi
Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi
Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi
Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi
Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi
 Princess Caroline - CHANEL - Autumn/Winter 2012-13 Couture
CHANEL - Autumn/Winter 2012-13 Couture

2 comments:

  1. La princesse de Monaco c'est Charlène !

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  2. While it must have been difficult for Princess Caroline, to take on so many royal duties following the untimely death of Princess Grace, I hope she will step aside gracefully for Princess Charlene.

    While I realize Caroline was the most senior female royal present for national day, I have heard some rumors she has not been particularily kind to Charlene. I hope this is untrue negative press and not what is really going on in their lives.

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