Princess Charlene attends 2012 Princess Grace Awards Gala

On October 22, 2012 , Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II of Monaco attended the 30th anniversary Princess Grace awards gala at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City.
Princess Charlene was dressed in an ivory satin halterneck gown, with her blonde hair pulled back at Princess Grace awards gala
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco handed out 25 different awards Monday night at the 30th anniversary gala of the Princess Grace Foundation, named for the prince's late mother, American film actress Grace Kelly.
Princess Charlene was dressed in an ivory satin halterneck gown, with her blonde hair pulled back at Princess Grace awards gala
The foundation recognizes and supports emerging talent in theater, film and dance. The prince is its vice president. He and his wife of one year hosted the event at Cipriani's 42nd Street in New York.
Princess Charlene was dressed in an ivory satin halterneck gown, with her blonde hair pulled back at Princess Grace awards gala
Princess Charlene was dressed in an ivory satin halterneck gown, with her blonde hair pulled back.
Princess Charlene was dressed in an ivory satin halterneck gown, with her blonde hair pulled back at Princess Grace awards gala
Among the honorees was Broadway actor to Patrick Page and sound designer Darron L West. A special honor went to socialite Lynn Wyatt, who helped to establish the foundation after the death of her friend and frequent house guest, Princess Grace. TV journalist Paula Zahn served as emcee.
Princess Charlene was dressed in an ivory satin halterneck gown, with her blonde hair pulled back at Princess Grace awards gala
The evening was chaired by Renee Fleming, Tim Jessell and H.R.H. Princess Firyal of Jordan. Sponsors were Hermes and Lily Safra. Since its founding, the organization has presented 750 awards, totaling almost $10 million, to nearly 600 young artists.

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