Prince Albert presented a donation check to Fight Aids Monaco

President of the Monaco Red Cross Prince Albert presented a check to Princess Stephanie

On Monday February 8, at the headquarters of the Monaco Red Cross, Prince Albert II, President of the Monaco Red Cross, presented a check of € 6,000 to Princess Stéphanie, President of Fight Aids Monaco. The check was donated within the scope of "A light for Christmas" donation campaign which was held from December 1, 2020 to January 31, 2021 by a solidarity operation between the Monaco Red Cross and Fight Aids Monaco in partnership with the Monaco City Hall.

President of the Monaco Red Cross Prince Albert presented a check to Princess Stephanie

President of the Monaco Red Cross Prince Albert presented a check to Princess Stephanie

President of the Monaco Red Cross Prince Albert presented a check to Princess Stephanie

President of the Monaco Red Cross Prince Albert presented a check to Princess Stephanie

President of the Monaco Red Cross Prince Albert presented a check to Princess Stephanie

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  1. Such a coat in that pattern whether good designer or not will always remind me of blanket .And even that blanket would be in bad taste.

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  2. Anonymous9/2/21 11:12

    Stéphanie wears a lovely coat

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  3. The tailoring required in making plaid materials match must be a difficult task. Princess Stephanie's coat is beautifully tailored but, alas, the plaid reminds me of a lumberjack's jacket. In the last full view photo, the coat looks better.

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  4. Stephanie looks young and dynamic.
    The coat suits her, I especially like the slightly shortened sleeves. An overall very contemporary piece that still comes across as classic.
    Thanks to her wonderfully healthy posture, the princess looks a few years younger.
    The only minor flaw: the ponytail. A bun would be the prettier and more elegant choice here.

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  5. Anonymous9/2/21 13:26

    I suppose Stephanie made an effort this time
    W.

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    1. She made an effort - did she succeed in your view?

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  6. Anonymous9/2/21 16:56

    I like the coat very much - it looks good and I prefer it to the hard blocks of solid red she often wears.

    Her hair is as awful in its own way as Queen Maxima's. It looked much nicer when she had the short bob and I also think just a couple of shades lighter would be more flattering.

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  7. Anonymous9/2/21 17:14

    Nice colors for the princess' s coat but its shape makes her look fatter.

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  8. I like the red plaid coat myself. The red is a definite nod to the event. The coats plaid patterns match up well, and yes, it is oversized, but it is tailored nicely to fit that way. I like the cropped sleeves. Prince Albert looks handsome, and with his coordinating tie.
    Chel

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  9. Anonymous9/2/21 20:23

    Wow, some of you are nasty!

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    1. Anonymous10/2/21 14:49

      I also have noticed it. Perhaps it's not only corona virus, it's nasty virus also, hahah :)) I like her coat, but perhaps with darker colors.
      - rita -

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    2. Anonymous10/2/21 16:29

      Rita
      Well said.

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  10. I love Stephanie's coat--the colors are perfect to represent her charity. She's looking vibrant and lovely. I also love that you can see Albert's smile with his eyes.

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  11. Bien charmante Stéphanie dans ce manteau oversize à gros carreaux tricolores ; belle combinaison avec le sac rouge et de belles bottes noires !

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  12. Anonymous10/2/21 18:59

    The coat is sporty and cute on her. I do wish that she would get a nice hairstyle and forgo the dried end ponytail look. She's got a great shape and lovely smile (even under the mask you can tell) but her hair does her no favors at all.

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  13. Anonymous13/2/21 10:26

    Les commentaires ne sont que sur le manteau de Stéphanie, personne ne note le montant ridicule et indécent de 6000 euros!!

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    1. Anonymous13/2/21 14:10

      I can't see why €6000 is a ridiculous amount. It seems to be a perfectly reasonable donation to help some people have a few lights over the Christmas period. That's not the price of the coat.

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