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Princess Charlene of Monaco stepped out wearing a beautiful navy ballgown for the annual Princess Charlène Foundation of Monaco Christmas Ball. The gala night, which was held in the Salle Belle Epoque of the Hermitage Hotel, had an “Italia Chic” theme, and the auction raised funds in favour of the royal’s foundation.
For the occasion, Princess Charlene wore a Carolina Herrera gown which was embellished with sequins.
It was a sleeveless tulle dress in the colour midnight, designed with a crewneck and an A-line silhouette.
The dress can be purchased from Saks Fifth Avenue, but there are limited sizes available.
It was originally priced at £6,066.62 but is currently on sale for £3,639.97.
To complete her outfit, the Princess chose a small black clutch bag, and diamond stud earrings.
To keep herself warm when arriving, the royal was pictured wearing her long black Akris coat.
The coat is double-face cashmere and is floor-length with a stand collar. It was designed by Akris Creative Director Albert Kriemler, for the Celebration Of The Sainte-Devote in Monaco.
Akris is a brand the Princess of Monaco is seen wearing regularly.
Royal fans commented on Princess Charlene’s outfit. Luxmeagainpreloved said: “Charlene on the picture of elegance and grace. Such elegant simplicity! Absolutely stunning!”
Rita_Bongiorni added: “The most elegant Royal. She doesn’t need crowns, tiaras, lobe pendants weighing half a kilo, chains around her neck .. her her class is given by her minimal elegance, by the little she says so much. As far as I’m concerned she is sublime.”
User redheadcagrl said: “This is an elegant dress and she looks so beautiful!” Another wrote: “This is really beautiful and understated.”
Brigitte commented: “Our princess Charlène, besides being the most beautiful, she is the most distinguished.”
Princess Charlene attended the event without her husband, Prince Albert of Monaco.
The Foundation was established on December 14, 2012, and has a goal of saving lives by fighting drowning.
Its missions are to raise public awareness of the dangers of water, to teach children about preventive measures and teach them how to swim.
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