Princess Charlene visited the capital of Hawaii, Honolulu

Yesterday, on October 28, 2017, Princess Charlene of Monaco arrived in the capital of Hawaii, Honolulu and visited the governor's building in Hawaii. Princess Charlene got together with Governor of the State of Hawaii, David Idge. Office of the Governor of Hawaii made a statement as "We are happy to announce that The Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation will start working in Hawai in 2018 and give training about water safety and swimming to the children".
Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Honolulu, Hawaii met Governor David Idge. She wore red shirt and white pants
Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Honolulu, Hawaii met Governor David Idge. She wore red shirt and white pants
Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Honolulu, Hawaii met Governor David Idge. She wore red shirt and white pants
Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Honolulu, Hawaii met Governor David Idge. She wore red shirt and white pants
Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Honolulu, Hawaii met Governor David Idge. She wore red shirt and white pants
Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Honolulu, Hawaii met Governor David Idge. She wore red shirt and white pants
Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Honolulu, Hawaii met Governor David Idge. She wore red shirt and white pants
Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Honolulu, Hawaii met Governor David Idge. She wore red shirt and white pants

26 comments:

  1. Bien elle est méconnaissable.
    Oh my god 🙈

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    1. achetez vous des lunettes, car visiblement votre vue a baissé, on reconnait bien la princesse, je pense que la jalousie vous rend aveugle

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    2. Indeed. Plastic surgery and fillers have left badly from mitten as we here say.

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    3. @Carina : Vous avez tout à fait raison. Il ne fait AUCUN DOUTE que Charlène s'est récemment fait gonfler les lèvres - notamment celle du bas... Bon, si au moins elle se sent mieux ainsi !

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    4. Charlene and Letizia have totally changed their faces with surgery and Botox. One only has to look at pictures of 10-15 years ago, or even from just a few months ago.

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    5. Oh for goodness sake! An opinion expressing a dislike of plastic surgery (or what some find to be too much) isn't an expression of jealousy! Get a grip...

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  2. she must be exhausted. South Africa, California and now Hawai all in 10 days

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  3. ik ben nog steeds weg van haar , het is voor mij nog altijd een knappe prinses,
    en de rest,, moet je maar laten praten,ze denken dat ze er verstand van hebben .

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  4. Surley she has advisors who can tell her to Stop the plastic. Goodness she is beautiful enough

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    1. She IS beautiful enough, but was far better and softer-looking at the time she married. And her hair style might be practical when swimming but makes her less than attractive.

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    2. i like the short hair on Princess Charlene. I don't have problem her having short hair.

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  5. The bashing is starting again. It was quiet for a while. Please Helena pay attention to this.

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    1. I wouldn't call it "bashing". I think, by far, most of the readers of this blog want the best for Charlene and the best for her is to pull back on the plastic surgery and fillers. At a certain point, it backfires and detracts from one's appearance rather than to enhance it. Charlene is a natural beauty and she doesn't need all this "work" especially since she is still fairly young.

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    2. je suis tout à fait d'accord avec vous A.Marie Punt, le dénigrement recommence, en alternance avec la duchesse Stéphanie...
      nous n'avons donc rien compris ... ces dames cherchent le meilleur pour Charlène !!!

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    3. Well said @Beverly24, a well-meant and well-founded comment has nothing to do with 'bashing'. Quite the contrary! People who critisize her latest face'improvemnets' actually only want the best for her.

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  6. Although I am concerned about the increasing level of Charlene's plastic surgery for her sake (at a certain point, it begins to backfire), I have nothing but respect for her work on children's water safety. As someone who knows of a child who drowned and the resulting devastation of the family, her work on this issue is incredibly important. I salute her.

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    1. Pine, I totally agree with your comment. She is under enormous scrutiny and probably feels insecure about her appearance, even though she is very attractive. Let us hope that she becomes comfortable in her own skin, without the need for ridiculous amounts of plastic surgery.

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  7. There seem to be certain royals that one criticizes at one's peril.
    That said, I don't see much "fashion" here to comment on. Maybe just one photo would have been sufficient

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  8. There certainly is a hostility when it comes to Princess Charlene as I have not seen with any of the other royals. Of course, we all have a right to our opinions, but in this case, there seems to be unhealthy criticism.

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  9. TERESA ALFONSO ik ben het hele maal met uw eens ,
    uw bent een vrouw naar me hart !!!

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  10. I can't see that there is an unfair or unhealthy criticism against Charlene. When she looks great she earns a lot of approval on this site, for her elegance, her bold style, her fashion or hairstyle. But when she fails, she earns critical comments. It is as easy as this and has nothing to do with being mean against Charlene.

    Most people on this blog like Charlene very much and have much respect for her life and the challenges a life in the limelight my bring with it. Most people here wish her only the best, and if they make a comment on her obvious numerous face treatments lately, all they want to say, is: be careful, Charlene, this may strike back (Duck face in the making) and anyway you don't need it, you are beautiful enough, you are good enough. This is well-meant and something I would say to my best friend. This is what friends are for, isn't it?

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  11. I don't think those white skinny jeans are flattering. They look more like leggings, why wear them for official engagement?

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  12. Ella da la sensacion de inseguridad y no tiene por que. Es bella y parece triste. Pero en esta ocasión no me agrada ni su pelo ni la ropa. Demasiado de "andar por casa".

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