Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene went on a hectic weekend of engagements.
As she celebrated Monaco’s National Day with her husband Prince Albert and their seven-year-old twins over the weekend, Princess Charlene of Monaco provided the glitz in a tailored white coat and chic black hat.
At the high-profile occasion, South African-born Charlene, 44, set the bar for monochromatic clothing by pairing her custom Akris coat with a hat made by royally-approved milliner Stephen Jones, Dior shoes, and black leather gloves. Charlene attached a stunning 18ct Snowflake noeud clip from the Van Cleef & Arpels High Jewellery line to her hair to add some glitter.
Other senior Monégasque royals, notably Princess Caroline and Princess Stéphanie, the sisters of Prince Albert, and their families, joined the family. Charlotte Casiraghi, Caroline’s daughter, looked stylish in Chanel tweed, while Beatrice Borromeo and Tatiana Santo Domingo wore classic attire.
Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella were seen happy in a picture with their mother Princess Charlene before the occasion. Jacques donned a little military dress uniform, while Gabriella looked gorgeous in a crimson double breasted coat and a black cap to match her mother’s.
The older family members continued the celebrations that night at a black tie gala. Terrence Bray’s long-sleeved dark blue gown caught Charlene’s eye, and she decided against overaccessorizing. Charlene was welcomed with a bouquet of red and white flowers by a young admirer of the royal family, and she posed for pictures with Princess Caroline of Hanover and other members of the family.
The Monégasque royal couple attended the World Rugby Awards on Sunday to cap off a hectic weekend. Charlene wore a Dior black satin skirt with a pristine white blouse for yet another victorious sartorial moment, and Albert looked dapper in a tux.
Princess Charlene attended National Day celebrations for the first time since 2021, when she had to cancel at the last minute due to health issues. Later, she was checked into a Swiss treatment centre to recover from her “exhaustion.”