Princess Charlene pulled out all the fashion stops, dazzling in head-to-toe red at Monaco National Day.
In a nod to the nation’s flag, which is half red, the Zimbabwe-born royal donned a Stephen Jones red beret, red Manolo Blahnik knee-length boots, a stunning red coat and dress and finished off the look with sleek red gloves.
In recognition to her adopted country, South Africa, the 45-year-old accessorised with Graff ruby cluster earrings featuring white diamonds.
Fans loved the look with one summing up the sentiment of many, writing on X (formerly Twitter), “Princess Charlene’s outfit is amazing!”
The princess and Princess Gabriella watch as Jacques and Albert salute during festivities at the Pink Palace. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
The royal mom and daughter matched in the style stakes. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
The royals were seen waving to the crowds from the balcony of the palace. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Albert and Charlene put on a united front on the principality’s national day, which kicks off the official holiday season. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Princess Stéphanie (walking in front) with daughters Camille Gottlieb and Pauline Ducruet (first and second left), her son Louis Ducruet’s wife, Marie Chevalier, and Louis. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Proving that style runs in the family, eight-year-old daughter Princess Gabriella also stunned in a chic navy beret and matching coat teamed with black stockings and sandals.
Her twin brother and future heir, Prince Jacques, donned a military uniform for the occasion, as did his dad, Prince Albert (65).
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Albert’s sisters, Princess Caroline and Princess Stéphanie, also attended, along with their children and grandchildren.
The event has been held every year on 19 November since 1952, when Albert’s father, Prince Rainier III, declared it a national day of celebration.
The twins, who turn nine in December, share a laugh as their mom looks on. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Stéphanie with her sister’s grandsons, Sacha Casiraghi (son of Andrea Casiraghi) and Raphael Elmaleh (son of Princess Charlotte), and her daughters, Camille and Pauline. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Princess Caroline with her children – (from left) Andrea Casiraghi, Princess Alexandra of Hanover, Charlotte Casiraghi and Pierre Casiraghi – on the balcony of the Pink Palace. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Caroline, Albert and Charlene later attended a banquet dinner together. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Her Serene Highness accepts flowers from a young performer at the gala banquet. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
It is a festive and proud occasion which also kicks off the start of the holiday season in Monaco, which this week will see the royal family celebrating Thanksgiving, a tradition passed on by Rainier’s wife, American actress Princess Grace Kelly.
Albert then departs for three state visits in Asia ahead of attending the Cop28 conference in Dubai.
He will return home for the twins’ ninth birthday in early December after which the family will be heading to Antarctica for an end-of-year holiday.
Sources: people.com, gbnews.com