The unforgettable looks of Charlene of Monaco

Princess Charlene of Monaco walks the red carpet at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival.

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Of: Larissa Glunz


Charlène von Monaco revealed the secret of elegance. Prince Albert’s wife’s looks thrive on classic elegance that never gets boring. The Monegasque peasant mother sets unforgettable fashion accents that do not fade with the years.

1/16Princess Charlene shone in her shimmering gold dress at the 2018 Monte-Carlo Television Festival. Part of the Icon collection, the long silk dress was created by designer Carolina Herrera, who has several royal fans. Queen Letizia of Spain is also regularly photographed in her creations. © Norbert Scanella/Imago
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert attend the 69th Monaco Red Cross Ball 2017.
2 / 16In the wardrobe of Charlene von Monaco there are not only classic and simple looks, when it comes to fashion, the mother of the country also likes to experiment. One of the 1.77m princess’s most eye-catching outfits is undoubtedly this shimmering jumpsuit by Atelier Versace, which perfectly showcases the former pro swimmer’s shoulders. © Christian Alminana/dpa
Prince Albert, Princess Charlene of Monaco, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom pose for photographers.
3 / 16When Charlène von Monaco walks the red or gray carpet, the flashes are not long in coming. The royal couple took on the role of host of the second Monte Carlo gala for the 2018 Global Ocean. The sequined shoulders gave Oscar de la Renta’s cape-sleeved midnight blue evening dress a little something special. more. © Gerald Matzka/Imago
The Mayor of Monaco Georges Marsen speaks to Charlène and Albert after the civil wedding.
4 / 16During her civil marriage on July 1, 2011, Charlene von Monaco obviously did not want to leave anything to chance. The pastel blue dress with lace decorations, which she combined with a blazer of the same color, was designed by the trend-conscious princess herself. ©Bruno Bébert/swimming pool
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco face each other during their wedding ceremony.
5 / 16This dreamy dress should not be missing from Charlene’s list of best outfits. In a strapless wedding dress signed Armani Privé, she said yes to her Albert on July 2, 2011 in the courtyard of the Prince’s Palace in Monaco. The silk dress with Swarovski crystals and pearls was created in 2,500 hours of work. © Eric Gaillard/dpa
Brigitte Macron and Princess Charlene of Monaco stand side by side and hold hands.
6 / 16Charlène also dresses up for a lunch in the magnificent Palace of Versailles. The mother-of-two fittingly took part in the encounter with First Lady Brigitte Macron as part of the regent couple’s visit to France in November 2018 in a cohesive look by French fashion house Givenchy. © Thierry Le Fouille/Imago
Princess Charlene wears a green dress at the 2017 IAAF Diamond League Meeting Herculis awards ceremony.
7/16Charlène’s outfit for the Herculis 2017 athletics meeting was monochromatic but not monotonous, even in the stadium, it provides the necessary dose of elegance. The South African-born combined her green tunic dress with a colorful bead necklace from her native country. © Norbert Scanella/Imago
Charlene and Albert of Monaco stand side by side in elegant evening wear at the 2017 Princess Grace Awards.
8 / 16As the daughter-in-law of Princess Grace (52, † 1982), considered a global style icon, Charlene of Monaco is taking big steps. Charlene presented the perfect Hollywood glam outfit, a Ralph Lauren off-the-shoulder evening dress at the 2017 Princess Grace Awards in Los Angeles. © Katrina Kochneva/dpa
Charlène of Monaco, in a white pantsuit, and Prince Albert attend the 2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters tennis tournament.
9/16At the 2014 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters tennis tournament, Princess Charlene showed that even a simple trouser suit can radiate glitz and glamour. The classic tonal look with Marlene trousers and a double-breasted blazer comes from Swiss fashion house Akris. © Sebastien Nogier/dpa
Charlene, Gabriella, Jacques and Albert of Monaco stand side by side in the grandstand at the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix.
10/16After returning to her family in the spring of 2022, Charlene von Monaco was also able to make a fashion comeback. For the Monaco Grand Prix, she appeared in a light blue scoop-back jumpsuit by designer Terrence Bray, who has dressed the princess on several occasions. © HochZwei/Imago
Albert and Charlene of Monaco attend Victoria of Sweden's wedding in 2010 in elegant evening wear.
11/16With Princess Charlene, Albert of Monaco always has a well-dressed companion by his side. Four days before their engagement was announced, the couple showed up at the wedding of Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria on June 19, 2010. For the festive occasion, Charlene chose a nude Armani dress with delicate draping. © Jochen Lübke/dpa
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert leave Notre-Dame-Immaculée Cathedral arm in arm after the July 14 service.
12/16The Monegasque National Day, celebrated each year on November 19, is an unmissable event for the Grimaldi family. Charlene attended the annual service in 2019, dressed head to toe in white. The outfit consisting of a turtleneck sweater, a coat and Marlene pants and the accessories were perfectly matched. © Daniel Cole/dpa
Charlene of Monaco poses in a red Valentino jumpsuit alongside Prince Albert II at the 2015 Red Cross Ball.
13 / 16Charlène von Monaco has a fondness for red lipstick, with which she also likes to coordinate her outfit. In a sparkly one-shoulder jumpsuit, she stole the show from husband Albert at the 2015 Monaco Red Cross Ball. She teamed Valentino’s eye-catcher with a gold clutch and matching jewelry. © Olivier Anrigo/dpa
Charlene of Monaco wears a gray evening dress by Giorgio Armani and leans on her husband Albert.
14 / 16Charlene already demonstrated her fashion sense when she got engaged to Prince Albert II. In 2011, the couple attended the “Cinema Against AIDS” gala as part of the Cannes Film Festival. The then 33-year-old chose a flowing gray dress by Giorgio Armani for her performance. A belt set with sparkling stones crowned the off-the-shoulder evening dress. © Ian Langsdon/dpa
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco pose arm in arm on the red carpet at the 2018 Laureus World Sports Awards in Monaco.
15/16Charlène von Monaco also knows that white is a trendy color that never goes out of style. She posed on the red carpet at the 2018 Laureus World Sports Awards in a see-through gown by British designer Stella McCartney. The highlight of the look are the must-have diamond earrings from the “Bombé” collection by luxury jeweler Graff. © Ye Pingfan/Imago
Charlene of Monaco, dressed in a floral dress, walks alongside her son Jacques and her husband Prince Albert II.
16 / 16Princess Charlene often wears monochromatic outfits, but from time to time her clothes are adorned with patterns. Taking the mother-of-two to the traditional Monaco picnic in 2016, Vilshenko’s cream midi dress features a delicate, romantic floral pattern in shades of blue and red. © Valery Ax/Pool

Monaco – If you’re in royal circles looking for fashion inspiration, you shouldn’t overlook the miniature state of the picturesque French Riviera. The Principality of Monaco has produced many style icons. Princess Grace Patricia (52, † 1982) once exuded a touch of glamor in the palace that has not yet disappeared. Princess Charlene of Monaco (44) is sticking to the timeless elegance of her predecessor while walking in her own fashion footsteps. The most beautiful outfits of the wife of Prince Albert II (64 years old) celebrate Charlene’s inimitable style of dress.

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