Princess Charlene, Prince Albert and Gabriela at St. Devote Rugby Tournament

Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium on March 18, 2017 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Saint Devote rugby tournament, organised by the Monaco Rugby Federation in collaboration with the Princess Charlene Foundation at Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriela and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 7th Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium

18 comments:

  1. I like Charlene, she seems very devoted to her children but I wish she learn french and actually do some oficial assigments more often.

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  2. Awwww, what a beautiful picture of mother and daughter, so safe and warm, pure love!

    The so-called 'Beauty-Doc' who has done this to her lips should be sued and fined for crime against female beauty.

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    1. Totally agree with you Beth.

      Don´t like Charlene´s new hair style, it is far too harsh to be becoming to her.

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    2. I am a fan of short hair, but I agree this time the cut is much to harsh, looks to me like a gentlemen's cut, there is actually a different technique to style a garcon style hair cut for a woman. The color, honey blond with dark sides is also not good for her, it doesn't match her skin tone, it looked better with the brighter almost platinum blonde she had before.

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    3. Beth it is not about short haircut (although I am more fan of long hair) but I think her earlier softer and lighter color hair was much more becoming to also her body type. This cut and color keeps me wonder how many martins she had before the event or is she trying to imitate woodpecker (have them in my garden). She looks very unhappy.

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    4. I am sad about her lips too!

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    5. I think it's not the really short length of her hair but the way it is styled. This is a harsh look and it accentuates the changes to her face.
      I loved the coat until I saw the hemline. No.

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  3. What is it with all these 'royals' from Sweden to Norway to Denmark to Monaco dressing their toddlers and young children in grey?

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    1. A trend I guess? Maybe they want a gender neutral appearance? Not super cheery whatever the reason=(

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    2. It's a cute look - but not all the time! It's becoming as much of a cliche as pink/blue.

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    3. M Hall: you've hit the nail. That's the trend for everything: grey furniture, grey catalogues in my letter box and so on. But one can choose.

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  4. wat ziet Charlene er toch goed uit !!!!zo moderne vrouw ,ik heb bewondering hoe ze
    het allemaal doet ,en ze kunnen het samen best vinden!!!!!

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  5. I loved this coat the first time Charlene wore it; it's lovely to see it again. The burgundy scarf is a very pretty color on her.

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  6. Is that really the same Akris coat? The hem, as you see in photo#6, is completely different. A new Akris coat? I have to agree on the haircut. It's too harsh and manly.

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  7. warum gibt es nicht mehr Bilder von den Kindern?

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  8. Very elegant. I really like Charlene's hair cut. I like the colour, although I do think a lighter blonde suits Charlene more than these darker shade do. A lot of women like to play with hair colour and I suppose Charlene is no different, she might have wanted to try a darker shade is winter and might subtly lighten her hair as summer approaches. hairdresser.

    I don't particularly like Charlene's latest foray into cosmetic procedures. I think less is more, and what she had done previously was enough in my pinion, but then I am not a public figure and under "pressure" to look perfect and perpetually youthful.

    I also like the way Charlene and the Scandinavia Royals dress their children, fresh, up to date and practical. I do not like the way British Royals (Kate & William) dress their children, very old fashioned in my opinion.

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  9. Charlene is always stylish modern and elegant .....agree that she does not need to help of a docter to look stunning

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