Queen Maxima & Princess Charlene Wear Same Valentino Jumpsuit

Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the 67th Monaco Red Cross Ball Gala at the Sporting Club Salle des Etoiles on July 25, 2015 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Princess Charlene wore Valentino One Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended the opening of the new season of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam on September 10, 2015. Queen Maxima wore the same Valentino One Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red.
 Princess Charlene of Monaco wore Valentino One Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red, Queen Maxima of Netherlands wore the same Valentino one Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red
Prince Albert of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco attend the 67th Monaco Red Cross Ball Gala at the Sporting Club Salle des Etoiles on July 25, 2015 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Princess Charlene wore Valentino One Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red.
 Princess Charlene of Monaco wore Valentino One Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red.
 Princess Charlene of Monaco wore Valentino One Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red.
 Princess Charlene of Monaco wore Valentino One Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red.
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attended the opening of the new season of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam on September 10, 2015. Queen Maxima wore the same Valentino one Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red.
Queen Maxima wore the same Valentino one Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red.
Queen Maxima wore the same Valentino one Shoulder Jumpsuit in Red.

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  1. both are totally gorgeous women - especially in this red outfit

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  2. Charlene has really come into her own. She looks beautiful in red.

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  3. Run Charlene before she steals your babies!

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    1. What's wrong with you?

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    2. What is that supposed to mean?

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    3. What do you think it means?

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    4. If I knew I wouldn't ask.

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  4. elles sont belles toutes les deux

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  5. Not good on either of them, the color is ok.

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  6. ik vind ze alle bij erg mooi staan, twee mooie dames !!!!!

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  7. charlene is way more elegant than maxima, but maxima is naturally outgoing, charlene is a class act like the 50s movie stars, shes the only royal woman who will turn heads when she enters a ballroom, viva charlene!!

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  8. I have the utmost respect for Maxima. I adore her and I think she is absolutely gorgeous, and NO ONE can carry a hat the way she does. She is always smart and very elegant (except for the red coulotte), but this time I give the prize for the better wearer to Charlene. I think she looks better...... My humble opition.

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    1. Yes, Charlene is lovely in red. She often wears weird outfits that empasize her shoulders and remind me of simple geometrical shapes. She often looks dull as her clothes, but since the birth of twins she glows. That state of her mind reflects on her look.

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    2. I think Queen Maxima got the prize . She has a very feminine body instead Charlene is too androgynous. Maxima also has charisma and charm, which are lacking in Charlene .

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    3. Charlene has really big shoulders, Mathilde has too big hips, Letizia is too skiny. They all should choose their clothes more wisely.

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    4. Wow! Someone must be perfect. ;) Who's your roll model - "Barbie"? They have completely different styles, which you may or may not care for, but each is beautiful and unique.

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    5. You sound like Goldilocks!

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    6. They don't look bad but I agree everyone of them has unique body and they should choose clother to emphasize good sides and hide bad ones. Anonymus 2:22 why do you consider everything an insult?

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  9. these two royals are near perfect. in the looks department especially. really lovely to see people dress with so much style when the rest of the celeb world has gone mad with bad fashion choices.

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