Charlène from Monaco shines at a charity gala in favor of her foundation

Charlène of Monaco and the Prince Albert They traveled to the French Alps this weekend. Specifically, to the exclusive Courchevel ski resort to attend the second edition of the charity gala to benefit the foundation of the royal and the children of the local Sports Club.

The princess impressed on a special occasion for her with a suit made of tweed black with shiny details consisting of wide pleated pants matching a top (or jumpsuit) and a short jacket with a collar, small lapels and pockets. He completes the look with his small diamond earrings and shiny accessories to match his original manicure: black and silver clutch, and silver pumps.

Accompanied by Alexander of Liechtenstein and Princess Astrid.

© Eric Mathon / Prince’s Palace

The Monegasque princes have been accompanied by some 200 guestsamong which are the Prince Alexander of Liechtenstein and his wife Princess Astrid, as well as personalities from the cultural, sporting and economic world gathered at the Ineos Club House of the Courchevel Sports Club. Prince Albert shares honorary presidency of this select event with James Arthur Ratcliffefounder of Ineos and considered one of the richest men in England (based in the principality of Monaco).

© Eric Mathon / Prince’s Palace

A recital offered by the piano, violin and cello trio made up of Stella Almondo, Léo Couralet and Gabriel Guignier has served as an appetizer for a dinner and an auction moderated by Olivier ValmierSotherby’s auctioneer, accompanied by the French sculptor Richard Orlinsky.

The president of the Courchevel Ski Club, Marc Sénéchalpromotes this event for a good cause: training young people to educate them in sports life and offering them the means to perform high-level sports.

 
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