Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Tbilisi city of Georgia

Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene of Monaco and several executives of The Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation paid a visit to Georgia within the framework of the European Sports Week (EWoS). Sports Week, established by the European Commission, aims to promote sports and encourage physical activity on a daily basis, with events, information campaigns.
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
On October 7, Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities, accompanied by Mikheil Chkhenkeli, Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia and Isabelle Bonnal, Director of National Education, Youth and Sport and several Georgian authorities.
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
During her visit to the Olympic Village, Princess Charlene gave a bus as a gift to the Rugby Club Tbilisi team and handed over the keys of the bus to its Founding President Gia Kublashvili. The bus will be used by the club for their travels. The young players of the Rugby Club will take part in the 10th edition of the Sainte Dévote Tournament in Monaco in 2021.
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
In 2015, the Olympic Village in Tbilisi hosted the 13th European Summer Youth Olympic Festival that brought together more than 3,500 athletes from 50 countries, including 5 Monegasque athletes. The olympic village is currently used by, among others, national rugby, water polo and gymnastics teams for their daily training.
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
The Princess then met with paralympic athletes from fencing and volleyball. Afterwards, Princess Charlene visited the Ai Ia Foundation, a rehabilitation center for children with hearing loss.
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
The Princess Charlene Foundation of Monaco strives to promote the values ​​of sport, such as discipline, respect for oneself and others, and team spirit, in part through its commitment to supporting rugby. The Sainte Dévote rugby tournament is held every year and invites youth teams from all over the world to compete in the Principality of Monaco. The Princess wore a traford plaid fringe poncho by Loro Piana.
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene visited the Olympic Village in Tbilisi and its sports facilities. Charlene wore a traford plaid fringe poncho from Loro Piana
Princess Charlene wore Loro Piana Traford Plaid Fringe Poncho
Loro Piana Traford Plaid Fringe Poncho

21 Comments

  1. Hair bangs look so much better, short hair suits her best and she looks happy.

    miss w

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  2. Charlene at her best in a (sports)world she knows.
    Lovely coat, and this kind of hair suits her very well!

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    1. The coat is lovely.
      I too like her with shorter hair but with a bit longer fringe.

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    2. Agree, all in all well done and nothing left to wish for

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  3. Charlene is here giving a profound lesson in "how to absolutely NOT handle a face mask." Incredibly stupid. She looks good though and I very much like her new hairstyle.

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    1. She has a role model function and could be an example through the correct, consistent use of the mask. Stupid girl, really. Frieda

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    2. She's a 42 year old woman not a girl.

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    3. Counting other people's sins does not make you a saint.

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    4. Agreed Anonymous 10/11/20, 2:21 AM
      The Princess is a 42 year old woman not a stupid girl.
      And different countries have different rules for masks.
      And we've been over and over this point in this forum.
      And as this is an international site/forum, maybe our moderator could give us a list of the rules in each country. That way we could avoid using the word "stupid" .

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  4. I like Charlene hairstyle at her civil wedding . It was her best style.

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  5. The coat looks snug and warm but with a nice touch of design/style about it.
    As the event is centered around sports, dress down is appropriate IMO.
    No fashion statements needed.
    Above all, I'm so happy to see Princess Charlene back in what appears to be full form. Hopefully, the difficult period she seemed to have gone through earlier this year is well and truly behind her. Lots of courage to continue dear Princess Charlene.

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  6. Love these photos of Charlene. She looks happy and engaged, and even forgets to pull her mask back up to her face when she is talking to many of the kids indoors. Her smile amply demonstrates how relaxed she is in these photos.
    - Anon 9:13

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  7. Charlene looks great. Cute casual outfit for meeting with the children. I really love the jacket and she has styled it perfectly with skinnies and boots. Children participating in sports is very important on so many levels. They will take the lessons they learn from sports and apply them to their adult lives. The only complaint I have is that she is not wearing her mask. I realize the children probably wanted to see her beautiful face, but the safety of all is more important right now.

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  8. Very chic coat, perfect with a turtleneck. I don't think the pants are as successful -- they remind me of longjohns :-( .

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  9. Great to see Princess Charlene ‘in her element’. Current hair style is definitely one of her best. Like the jacket but no so keen on the tight grey trousers.

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  10. That poncho (probably cashmere since it's Loro Piana) is gorgeous, and looks fantastic on her. Loving her hair as of late, the length looks great on her. I feel she is always at her best in this environment. She looks happy.
    Chel

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  11. Pss Charlene looks fabulous. A great visit, she looked engaged and happy. Her jacket is lovely.

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  12. Yes! Very chic and sporty too. Perfect for the occasion. (V.M.)

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  13. Charlene looks great. Love the combination of this coat (which I liked on the previous occasion she wore it) with the skinny jeans.

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  14. Chic-décontracté et sportif, tenue idéale pour cette visite. En certains moments, le port du masque laisse à désirer ; certainement, un oubli devant les enfants !

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