Princess Charlene watched South Africa vs Scotland rugby match

Princess Charlene wore a black jacket, dress, blazer by Akris, and gold and diamond earrings by Dior. Prince Albert of Monaco

On September 10, Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the France 2023 Rugby World Cup Pool B match played between South Africa and Scotland at Stade de Marseille in Marseille, France. Defending champions South Africa (The Springboks) got their Rugby World Cup 2023 campaign off to a winning start by beating Scotland 18-3.

Princess Charlene wore a black jacket, dress, blazer by Akris, and gold and diamond earrings by Dior. Prince Albert of Monaco

Princess Charlene wore a black jacket, dress, blazer by Akris, and gold and diamond earrings by Dior. Prince Albert of Monaco

Princess Charlene wore a black jacket, dress, blazer by Akris, and gold and diamond earrings by Dior. Prince Albert of Monaco

Princess Charlene wore a black jacket, dress, blazer by Akris, and gold and diamond earrings by Dior. Prince Albert of Monaco

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  1. Anonymous11/9/23 14:09

    Its Ok to wear black at a sports event, as long as its not worn at every event of nearly the whole year đŸ˜Ș
    J.

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    1. Anonymous11/9/23 19:01

      Where did that "fashion rule" come from?

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    2. Anonymous12/9/23 12:05

      The princess sets trends - she is an international personality who has always thought outside the box because she has retained her individuality.
      She is concrete and it's all about the cause for her and so, as a spectator at a game, she just doesn't look like a foreign body revolving around herself.

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    3. Anonymous12/9/23 15:31

      Exactly 19:01.

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  2. Anonymous11/9/23 14:36

    It seems princess Charlene is in mourning lately, only dark colours, very sombre on a reasonably young woman

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    1. Not if that is what she likes to wear black!

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  3. Anonymous11/9/23 14:54

    I like Charlene but there is no style to talk about here.
    Ms

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  4. Anonymous11/9/23 15:06

    Ici CharlĂšne est trĂšs belle
    Froufrou

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  5. Anonymous11/9/23 15:44

    I don't understand how she can stand to wear a jacket. It is still very warm. For the coming days it will be not so hot anymore, but in the south of Europe the hot weather usually stays longer. Rose

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    1. Anonymous11/9/23 17:12

      People have different levels of temperature tolerance. What is too warm to you is too cold or just right to someone else. Why is that difficult to understand?

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    2. Anonymous11/9/23 17:35

      Most gentlemen in the photos seem to wear jackets - and men's jackets usually have more layers of fabric. A correction: in one photo Albert is without a jacket.
      Margot

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    3. To be fair, all the gentlemen around her are wearing jackets. The material she is wearing a lot lighter than theirs. Different colours would be great but at this point its wishful thinking.

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  6. Anonymous11/9/23 15:49

    Wow... This might just be South African bias speaking here, but what a stunning woman!

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  7. Anonymous11/9/23 18:04

    She needs a stylist. A good one.

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    1. Anonymous12/9/23 03:07

      Yes I agree why are people always critical about Charlene her clothing choices if she is smiling or if she isn't she's is just human like all of us no one is perfect. People should look at themselves before judging others. Let her live ce her life as she wants to.

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    2. Anonymous12/9/23 04:41

      Leave the poor woman alone look . at yourself first then judge others

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    3. Anonymous12/9/23 08:47

      She is beautiful. Always looks picture perfect.

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  8. Dommage de ne pas voir toute la silhouette de CharlĂšne ; peut-ĂȘtre que sa tenue est en partie colorĂ©e ; superbe son maquillage. Elle a dĂ» ĂȘtre enthousiasmĂ©e par la victoire de l'Afrique du Sud !

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  9. Anonymous11/9/23 19:10

    Honestly I like what I see. And I don't associate black automatically with mourning. Brighter colours are not for everyone and I am often forced to wear black as you don't see the sweat which is a problem for some women at a certain age. Her make up is lovely. In my opinion a nice outing with her husband.I.P.

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    1. Anonymous11/9/23 22:09

      Agreed! She looks great.

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  10. Anonymous11/9/23 22:07

    Nice to see her again. Not much to see of what she is wearing. css

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  11. Anonymous12/9/23 00:02

    Hope Charlene and Albert enjoyed the match. Can't really see too much of what Charlene is wearing and wearing black to a sporting event is not a problem for me. I think she looks nice--hair and make-up are good and I like her earrings. Hope she and Albert enjoyed the South African win too.

    Janet

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  12. Anonymous12/9/23 01:18

    Leave charlene alone,always bad comment.She is stunning

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  13. Anonymous12/9/23 06:04

    Love you Charlene and wishes you all the best in your married life. Proudly African South African from Cape Town

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  14. With all the recent “hoo-ha”” on this site about black clothing and summer, the following could be of interest. It’s from a history book on 20th century fashion
    For women's fashion, a defining moment was the invention of the simple black dress by Coco Chanel in 1926. Thereafter, a long black gown was used for formal occasions, while the simple black dress could be used for everything else. The designer Karl Lagerfeld, explaining why black was so popular, said: "Black is the color that goes with everything. If you're wearing black, you're on sure ground." Skirts have gone up and down and fashions have changed, but the black dress has not lost its position as the essential element of a woman's wardrobe. The fashion designer Christian Dior said, "elegance is a combination of distinction, naturalness, care and simplicity," and black exemplified elegance.

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  15. Firstly, Princess Charlene was criticized for never smiling, now she is being criticized for wearing black or dark colors, I knew a lady who visited us in the south of the US from Germany and only wore black, it was her choice. Some just have to criticize her no matter what. Maybe they think she is vulnerable and that is why. Who knows! Fitzhugh

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    1. P. the original12/9/23 18:56

      Exactly, @ Fitzhugh.
      I am on the run and with little time to comment, anyway I just want to drop a few honest lines here.
      I have experienced on my own persona throughout a number of years how other women' s envy and hate can be a true disaster.
      When a beautiful woman is targeted it Is a disaster and I often happened to be targeted
      It all depends on the personality of the woman being attacked by critics.
      The more confident, fulfilled in many respects a woman Is ,the more those critics are going to fall flat and this Is my case.
      You know, sometimes beauty can be a curse, because you are soo admired by the majority of men and even hated by so many women and I know what I am talking about.
      As I said, I often happened to be targeted -and It still happens sometimes-just because of my physical aspect or my bubbling personality not to mention the way I sometimes dress to go out in my free time,.. my female mates Say that I am too sensual, too fit, too sleek , too...everthing!
      Well, what should I do?
      Just disappear into a sack?
      This Is what I am , this Is my body , these are my curves, so I say, well girls, if you do not like how I dress and my aspect, that's your issue, not mine!
      I think that the most vulnerable women are those who feel the compulsion to criticize all and every move of any other woman, be it a royal lady or a friend or a total stranger, namely whoever Is considered as more beautiful, younger, more rich, definitely more everthing than the hater.
      Abnormal hate and envy are real illnesses in a woman .
      According to my own personal experience, women always scolding other women out the most weirdest pretexts come from deprived environmental and famiy contexts, often with an unhappy childhood and lack of attention conditioning their entire adult life.
      I feel Charlene is all beauty and class outside bit she Is stainless steel inside.

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