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Princess Charlene's Greatest Style Moments
Her effortless glamour reminds us so much of Grace Kelly, the Princess's late mother-in-law.
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Every time she's photographed on the red carpet, Princess Charlene of Monaco continues to prove she's one of the best-dressed royals in the world. Her impeccable style would certainly make her late mother-in-law, the glamorous Grace Kelly, proud.

OCTOBER 25, 2017


At the Princess Grace Gala, the Princess of Monaco paid tribute to her late mother-in-law in a bold purple Ralph Lauren gown.

OCTOBER 25, 2017


The Princess rocked leather pants and a loose blazer, with matching black pumps.

SEPTEMBER 28, 2017


The Princess appeared at the Monte-Carlo Gala for the Oceans in a strapless black and gold dress by Atelier Versace.

SEPTEMBER 22, 2017


For Giorgio Armani Fashion Week, Princess Charlene donned a business casual look in a gray pantsuit and a cloud colored trench coat.

JULY 28, 2017


She made a stunning appearance at the 69th Monaco Red Cross Ball Gala in this glimmering, strapless, Armani Privé jumpsuit adorned with rhinestones.

MARCH 18, 2017


Princess Charlene appeared at the Monaco International Rugby tournament with a stylish cream coat, plum-colored scarf, and matching plum pumps.

NOVEMBER 19, 2016


On Monaco National Day, Charlene mirrored her late mother-in-law, Grace Kelly in a vintage hat and pearls with a bold red lip.

OCTOBER 24, 2016


For the 2016 Princess Grace Gala, Princess Charlene donned a white Christian Dior gown with floral details.

APRIL 17, 2016


Charlene chose a military-inspired, navy ensemble at the Monte Carlo Masters in France. She wore a navy coat and high waisted, wide-leg capris with oversized pockets and black buttons.

JANUARY 18, 2016


During a visit to the Vatican, Princess Charlene dressed in a cream-colored overcoat to meet Pope Francis. The typical dress code when meeting the Pope is all black, but as a Catholic royal, Charlene wears white.

NOVEMBER 19, 2015


Charlene took her style back to the 1920s with a plum-colored cloche hat on National Monaco Day.

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SEPTEMBER 5, 2015


The Princess wore a Christian Dior gown with her trademark red lip.

OCTOBER 30, 2013


At the 2013 Princess Grace Awards Charlene stepped out in a taffeta gown by Ralph Lauren.

JUNE 8, 2013


Charlene celebrated the marriage of Princess Madeline of Sweden and Christopher O'Neill in this taupe two-piece ensemble with a sheer shawl of the same color.

NOVEMBER 19, 2012


For National Monaco Day, she wore a navy blue Akris coat dress with navy lace fascinator.

JULY 9, 2012


At the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, the Princess wore a head-to-toe, robin egg blue ensemble.

JULY 1, 2011


For the public celebration of her marriage to Prince Albert, Princess Charlene wore an ice blue coat with gold buttons over a baby blue chiffon dress.

NOVEMBER 19, 2011


The Princess celebrated Monaco National Day in an Akris cashmere cape with loose-fitted sleeves and belted waist. Beneath, she wore a detailed dress of the same color.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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