Prince Albert and Charlene held a reception for Grand Prix

On May 27, on the eve of the 75th Monaco Grand Prix Formula 1, Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco held a reception at the Principality Palace in Monaco.
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene held a reception for 75th Monaco Grand Prix Formula 1 at Principality Palace. Princess wore Akris Pantsuit
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene held a reception for 75th Monaco Grand Prix Formula 1 at Principality Palace. Princess wore Akris Pantsuit
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene held a reception for 75th Monaco Grand Prix Formula 1 at Principality Palace. Princess wore Akris Pantsuit
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene held a reception for 75th Monaco Grand Prix Formula 1 at Principality Palace. Princess wore Akris Pantsuit

10 comments:

  1. I don't love it but it's the kind-of outfit that Charlene, because she's tall and statuesque, carries off well - sharp tailoring and clean lines, good for a summer evening reception. Her hair is looking good here.

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  2. Charlene looks good in jump suits, love this look, casual, comfortable but chic!!

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  3. Stunning Princess Charlene. She is the only Royal Lady that can wear jump suits

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  4. Charlene looks stunning once again!

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  5. Sure, her styling isn't bad at all, but this awkward hugging/holding thing she does all the time seems very odd to me. Isn't she royal or at least a grown up woman? Not some sort of teenage girl posing for a groupie. I don't get it. Looks very strange to me. But the jumpsuit is nice and her hair is okay.

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    1. Mrs M, I think the psychological meaning of that hugging is obvious.

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  6. She's always happiest during sports events, and she looks great!

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  7. een mooie prinses elegant en modern.!!!!

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  8. het is en blijft een mooie en elegante prinses !!!!!

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