Charming Charlene of Monaco in a midnight blue dress: paired with Princess Caroline, who dares to be transparent

The celebrations continue on the Munich side. The great Monegasque national holiday has been in full swing since this Saturday November 19, the most important day for rock. Yesterday the 44-year-old princess was so proud of her twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco, that she did not fail to publish a photo of them before they went to meet the Monegasque people from the balcony of the Prince’s Palace. In a rifleman’s uniform, the 7-year-old little prince looked perfect. As for Charlene of Monaco, she made her big comeback to this national holiday, which she skipped last year due to health problems and which was canceled in 2020 due to the health context. She and she is in a superb black and white very sober dress that has attracted all the eyes.

At her side, of course, her husband Albert. But also all the rest of the Monegasque clan. Of her also Sumptuous Charlotte Casiraghi, on the arm of her husband Dimitri Rassam. And her sons Raphaël Elmaleh – fruit of her past love with Gad Elmaleh, who is now 8 years old – and Balthazar Rassam, 4 years old, whose father is her current husband, almost stole the show. Very dissipated, the eldest son Raphaël made a show on the balcony of the prince’s palace. More shy, little Balthazar made his big debut alongside his parents and cousins, India Casiraghi, 7, Sacha Casiraghi, 9, and the youngest Maximilian Casiraghi, 4 – all three fruits of the loves of ‘Andrea Casiraghi and Tatiana Santo Domingo.

Matching sisters-in-law

In the evening, Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene made another appearance at the Monaco National Day gala evening at the Grimaldi Forum. The whole Monegasque family was together again for an unforgettable evening. For the occasion, Charlene totally eclipsed her husband, in a superb and very long indigo blue dress. And even though Albert of Monaco had bet on trousers that matched her dress, he was no match for her wifely beauty, which drew all eyes to her. A queen of the night who also equaled her sister-in-law, Princess Caroline of Hanover. A dress by Terrence Bay on which she opted for a return to elegance and sobriety. She wore the red and white ribbon of the Order of St Charles and the insignia of the Grand Cross, pinned to her waist. For her part, Princess Caroline had opted for a dress that played on a semi-transparent design by Chanel.

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