Prince Albert, Princess Stephanie and Camille Gottlieb Attended A Charity Event

On December 1, 2016, Thursday, on the occasion of World AIDS Day, Prince Albert of Monaco, Princess Stephanie and her daughter Camille Gottlieb attended a charity auction held for the benefit of Fight AIDS Monaco (F.A.M.) at Atlantique Hall of Monte Carlo Le Meridien Beach Plaza Hotel in Monaco. 297.500 € was collected at the event and this fund will be used in supporting people with HIV and prevention of HIV.
Prince Albert, Princess Charlene, Princess Stephanie and her daughter Camille Gottlieb, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco
Prince Albert, Princess Charlene, Princess Stephanie and her daughter Camille Gottlieb, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco
Prince Albert, Princess Charlene, Princess Stephanie and her daughter Camille Gottlieb, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco
Prince Albert, Princess Charlene, Princess Stephanie and her daughter Camille Gottlieb, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco
Prince Albert, Princess Charlene, Princess Stephanie and her daughter Camille Gottlieb, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco
Prince Albert, Princess Charlene, Princess Stephanie and her daughter Camille Gottlieb, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco
Prince Albert, Princess Charlene, Princess Stephanie and her daughter Camille Gottlieb, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco

19 comments:

  1. That´s a very short skirt on Camille.

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    1. Can't even see if it IS a skirt! Could be a long shirt, for all we can see.

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    2. Linie, I thought it is a broad belt...

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    3. Sorry, I meant Lizzie of course

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    4. Not to worry...Maybe you're right, Coralie

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  2. No need to look into the camera like a scary rabbit, Stéphanie, the lion won't eat you, he will eat Camille!

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  3. Stephanie looks great. Where is the American daughter of the Prince, why she is never with her father.????
    In a feX years Camille will be beautiful.

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    1. The American daughter doesn't live in Monaco. Same thing for Albert's son, Alexander, I think.

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    2. We will see, if Camille grows into a beautiful woman in some years, at the moment she is plain overweight which is in my experience with teenagers - I have a lot of them around me - the result of not exercising and eating too much of the wrong things.

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  4. Why does Stephanie pull her hair back like this? It is like a 5 yr old.

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  5. Camille has Grace's brow line!

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  6. Stephanie desperately needs a new hairdo. This style does nothing for her.

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    1. Linda, that's true, but she has an engaging smile.

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    2. She does have a great smile and does not seem at all concerned about aging or high end fashion.

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    3. Si no le preocupa el envejecimiento ¿por qué se ha quitado todas las arrugas de la cara y cuello?
      Mírela bien y compare.

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  7. Stéphanies outfit looks good, long slender legs in the boots, apart from the striped jumper jacket that looks cheap, like the shiny top of Camille does.
    And for her smile, it does not seem genuine to me and in most photos she pulls a strange face, the tightly pulled back hair adds to the tense expression.
    People often say Stéphanie is cool and a rebel, but honestly she does not look like a happy and relaxed woman to me.

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  8. Stephanie is aging better than Caroline. Stephanie also looks more like her mother Grace when aging.

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  9. Princess Stephanie began his campaign on behalf of AIDS patients through her own association, Face the Aids, when they were still feared and treated as untouchables. This and her efforts to save two elephants, Bambi and Nepal, from death offering a safe refuge to the poor creatures in one of her properties speak very much to her credit. I'm glad to see her looking happy with her family.

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