Princess Charlene attends the AMREF Gala in Monaco

On February 24, 2017, Princess Charlene of Monaco attends the AMREF gala in Monaco. Amref (African Medical and Research Foundation) is the largest African health development non-governmental international organisation based in Africa, committed to improving health and health care in Africa.
Princess Charlene wore Princess Charlene wore AKRIS Sequined Gown in Gold Metallic at AMREF Gala in evening
Princess Charlene wore AKRIS Sequined Gown in Gold Metallic at AMREF Gala in evening
Princess Charlene wore AKRIS Sequined Gown in Gold Metallic at AMREF Gala in evening
Princess Charlene wore AKRIS Sequined Gown
AKRIS Sequined Gown

30 comments:

  1. Too boyish hairstyle! Especially with the feminine lady in green standing next to her.

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    1. And way too wide shoulders for this dress style. She's not at a swimming meet here!

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    2. @ Coralie, well there are different forms of feminity in this world and the form the lady in green expresses is certainly not the only one. It is actually quite classic and boring. We've seen this too often. I have always liked that Charlene is different and expresses an individual way of feminity. But I must agree, this dress with its swimsuit style top part does her no good.

      P.S. She shows some strange face expressions here. She should stop botox or what ever she does to her face.

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    3. Beth, I don't say that short hair in general is boyish. Think of beautiful Audrey Hepburn with short hair or, a more recent example, lovely Emma Watson. But it is not a good hairstyle for someone like Charlene! And of course we all are happy that there are many ways of expressing feminity!

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    4. Ce ne sont pas des cheveux courts mais RASÉS sur le côté et la nuque.pas beau ...à mon goût.

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    5. @coraile stop your nasty bashing of Charlene!!

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  2. I love Princess Charlene's short hair.

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  3. I do not like this very much. She is very angular bodywise. She looks better in my humble opinion when she wears clothes that soften her look. Not body shaming her. She has a very athletic body and in shape. But sometimes she looks a bit too hard. Not explaining well. I do like her hair. But like it blonder. I wish I could go short. Maybe not that short but no can do as I would like a scouring pad for oven cleaning. Not a pretty picture LOL

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  4. It not so much the dress, which suits her really. It's the face. It reminds of Mme. Tussaud's. The hair!
    Please be more natural, way to young for all the cosmetic crap.

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    1. I agree, that first picture looks like a wax figure in the museum.

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  5. I think she looks best in the paler softer hairstyle of a few months ago, this current style is quite harsh, with those wide shoulders she needs a style with more body and bounce to avoid having her head look like a grape on a telephone pole. Too many fillers in the face as well.

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  6. The Botox is reaching alarming levels

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  7. Gorgeous colour on Charlene. Very elegant pared down gown which looks beautiful with Charlene's gamine hairstyle. Loving this look, very chique! Gorgeous earring too!

    I don't know who the lady in green is, however the gown and her lack of hair styling are not doing her any justice at all. Nothing can redeem the gown, but even a ponytail would have looked nicer than the unkempt hair style she favoured for this event, which is a shame as she has such a lovely face.

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  8. Sorry to say it but I did not like this appearance at all!
    Her hairstyle looks too boyish, makeup horrible. On another woman this sleek dress would have looked good but on Charlene the dress only accentuated her wide shoulders even more (perhaps short sleeves would have created better silhouette?). Sorry but she looks like a man in woman's clothes. She can do better.

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  9. Charlene looks better when she has blonde hair and softer makeup. It suits her complexion. Darker shades of hair colour makes her face look harsh.

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    1. I agree, color and cut was much better in the last months.

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  10. charlene looks stunning!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wow

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  11. Love Charlene. she comes from my side of the world, South Africa. but i must admit that this style, the hair and makeup doesnt suit her. The dress i dont like at all. A softer and more natuarl look will be best for Charlene

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  12. prinses charlene staat alles goed ,maar ik heb ook een puntje,ik ben altijd gek
    op haar kapsel,maar blond staat haar veel beter en zachter!!!

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  13. Hair is still too short for my taste and yes, if anyone looks stunning with a very light, bleached hair is Charlene. Then, I didn't like the too heavy makeup on Letizia, I don't like it on Charlene either. Also, I think this brownish colour just doesn' suit her, neither does the too deep scoop neck. I don't even understand why didn't she wear the original silver version with the higher neckline. Stunning earrings however!

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  14. Her taste in clothes is spectacular for her regal role and her figure. But I can only add my comments to those already expressed. Why the increasingly buzz-cut,far-too-short hair?! Her swim competition days are long over.

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  15. She looks stunning and in the First photo nothing funny she is talking. Beautiful dress wearing by a beautiful, stylish and elegant princess.

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  16. I like this dress and the earrings are stunning; my only problem is that her entire look is very monochromatic. I wish she'd gone with a darker lipstick.

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  17. She looks stunning! I'm glad she's an athlete that can make that dress line hang so beautifully. She is really in shape. She must spend her morning swimming laps in the palace pool, how relaxing...

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  18. Her pixie cut is sooooo chic, only Charlene can look this elegant !! Shes in a class of her own, well done charlene!!

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