Princess Charlene attends 2017 Princess Grace Awards event

On October 24, 2017, Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the 2017 Princess Grace Awards gala kick off event held at Hollywood Paramount Studios in Los Angeles, California. (The 2017 Princess Grace Awards Gala will take place on tonight at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. Prince Albert will present the Prince Rainier III Award to Oscar-winning filmmaker James Cameron).
Princess Charlene of Monaco at Hollywood Paramount Studios. Prince Rainier award to James Cameron
Princess Charlene of Monaco at Hollywood Paramount Studios. Prince Rainier award to James Cameron
Princess Charlene of Monaco at Hollywood Paramount Studios. Prince Rainier award to James Cameron
Princess Charlene of Monaco at Hollywood Paramount Studios. Prince Rainier award to James Cameron
Princess Charlene wore Ralph Lauren Blaine Glen Plaid bustier blouse
Ralph Lauren Fall 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection

22 comments:

  1. In the 2nd photo Charlene is with Jessica Simpson & her daughter Maxwell.

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  2. Just because Charlene is in Hollywood, she does not have to dress Hollywood. Did she stop being a princess when she reached California? I have never seen black leather pants look anything but very to slightly trashy. And she needs to stop the plastic surgery on her face.

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    1. Oh, I´m glad I´m not alone with that opinion. She looks very cheap here, more celebrity wannaby than elegant royal lady. And it is sad that most people pictured with her are actually dressed better than her, although there seems to be some major confusion about the dress code.
      Also, I wish she hadn´t cut her hair that short again. Or at least it looks like she has.

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    2. Those pants look terrible even on her and she can wear most anything and look good. She usually gets it right but this is not one of those times.

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    3. I agree with Pine and all the replies! It's a trashy look - and there certainly was confusion about the dress code, lol.

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    4. Yes, Heather. And I never thought I'd see the day when Jessica Simpson was more tastefully and conservatively dressed than the Princess of Monaco.

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    5. I agree with Heather and Pine

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  3. Ses enfants ne vont pas la reconnaître

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  4. Princess Charlene looks absolutely stunning. What a gorgeous lady.

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  5. Oh please, stop plastic surgery now! At the beginning it wasn't so bad after all - now she looks vacant and puffy. She's losing her beauty. Look at the the face of Donatella Versace then and now ....:(

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  6. Oh my god, she has to stop the surgery;she will become horrible !

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  7. It's hard to understand why a princess should feel the need to look "sexy" all of the time. It takes away attention from any helpful constructive work she may be trying to do. She has reached a rare pinnacle in life so needn't keep striving to get somewhere. Now concentrate on the job.

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  8. Just because she is in "Hollywood" that doesn't mean she should dress to match the stereotype of that environment. She is the Princess of Monaco, but you wouldn't know it from the outfit she chose to wear for this occasion.

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  9. The child is better dressed than Charlene.

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  10. o ,wat een jaloezie!!! ze ziet er vlot uit ,en heel charmand !!!

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  11. I like the outfit in general - I'm not a fan personally of jackets as capes but I like the jacket and the combinations of other garments. I prefer her hair not slicked down but it goes with outfit.

    As a side comment - people may hold opinions without being jealous. If people think plastic surgery is too much or unattractive then I fail to see how they are expressing jealousy.

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  12. Charlene looks georgeoys with a nice pant suit, guys stop exaggerating her look!!

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