Princess Charlene at the board meeting of her Foundation

Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the meeting of the her foundation. The board of directors meeting took place on 10 May in Los Angeles. The Foundation’s president of the American board of directors includes H.E. Maguy Maccario Doyle, Monaco’s Ambassador to the United States and Canada. The other members include Ms. Wallis Annenberg, philanthropist and president of The Annenberg Foundation, Mr. Greg Louganis, American Olympic and world champion diver, Ms. Dara Torres, American Olympic and world champion swimmer, Father William McCandless and Ms. Catharina Elliott.
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the meeting of the her foundation. Princess Charlene Wore Roland Mouret Darlington
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the meeting of the her foundation. Princess Charlene Wore Roland Mouret Darlington
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the meeting of the her foundation. Princess Charlene Wore Roland Mouret Darlington
Princess Charlene Wore Roland Mouret Darlington Dress - Resort 2016
ROLAND MOURET Darlington Dress - Resort 2016

7 comments:

  1. Little White Dress is the KEY!

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  2. Lovely, but the orange was a better color on her!

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    1. I agree Louise. I think when you are blonde and very fair you look better with some color! The orange was wonderful!

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    2. It depends from person to person and their skintone as we know Mette looks great in white, Charlene have a another skintone more blueish? She dissappear in the white and looks better in color.

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  3. ze ziet er beter uit , want na de bevaling , heeft ze een tijdje slecht uit gezien ,
    maar het is niet niks een tweeling,prachtige prinses !!!

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