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Princess Charlene Suits up in White for Monaco’s Olympic Presentation


Princess Charlene of Monaco and her husband, Prince Albert II of Monaco, put on a sartorially coordinated display while greeting members of Monaco’s Olympic team on Thursday. Princess Charlene followed the power suit trend several royal women fashioned in the past and many of whom continue to wear.

For the occasion, Princess Charlene opted for a monochrome look, wearing crisp white tailored trousers, a single-breasted blazer and a white blouse with a crewneck neckline. The royal added a pop of color with her pointed-toe metallic silver pumps.

Prince's Albert II of Monaco (3R) and Princess Charlene of Monaco (3L) pose for a picture with (from L) athletes Marie-Charlotte Gastaud, Quentin Antognelli, Lisa Pou, Xiaoxin Yang and Theo Druenne during the presentation of Monaco's Olympic team for the Paris 2024 Games, in Monaco on June 27, 2024. (Photo by Valery HACHE / AFP) (Photo by VALERY HACHE/AFP via Getty Images)

Prince’s Albert II of Monaco (3R) and Princess Charlene of Monaco (3L) pose for a picture with (from L) athletes Marie-Charlotte Gastaud, Quentin Antognelli, Lisa Pou, Xiaoxin Yang and Theo Druenne during the presentation of Monaco’s Olympic team for the Paris 2024 Games, in Monaco on June 27.

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Princess Charlene’s husband of more than 10 years, Prince Albert, wore a look that complemented both his wife’s attire and the uniforms worn by members of Monaco’s Olympic team. The royal wore tapered white trousers, a bright red, single-breasted blazer, a tie with coordinated red stripes and a white button-down shirt. On the blazer was a coat of arms.

Prince Albert’s attire was nearly identical to that of Quentin Antognelli and Theo Druenne’s Olympic uniform, save for the red and white horizontally striped shirt and wide brim hat with red ribbon worn by the two men.

(From L) Monaco's athletes Quentin Antognelli, Marie-Charlotte Gastaud, Xiaoxin Yang, Lisa Pou and Theo Druenne pose during the presentation of Monaco's Olympic team for the Paris 2024 Games, in Monaco on June 27, 2024. (Photo by Valery HACHE / AFP) (Photo by VALERY HACHE/AFP via Getty Images)

(From left) Monaco’s athletes Quentin Antognelli, Marie-Charlotte Gastaud, Xiaoxin Yang, Lisa Pou and Theo Druenne pose during the presentation of Monaco’s Olympic team for the Paris 2024 Games, in Monaco on June 27.

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Olympic athletes Marie-Charlotte Gastaud, Xiaoxin Yang and Lisa Pou also wore their uniforms for the photos and celebration. Their uniforms consisted of a white and red horizontally striped shirt with crewneck necklines and three-quarter-length sleeves.

They also wore high-waisted red midi skirts with a hemline to the knee. The uniforms came with cross-body white bags and bright red berets.

(From L) Monaco's athletes Quentin Antognelli, Marie-Charlotte Gastaud, Xiaoxin Yang, Lisa Pou and Theo Druenne pose during the presentation of Monaco's Olympic team for the Paris 2024 Games, in Monaco on June 27, 2024. (Photo by Valery HACHE / AFP) (Photo by VALERY HACHE/AFP via Getty Images)

(From left) Monaco’s athletes Quentin Antognelli, Marie-Charlotte Gastaud, Xiaoxin Yang, Lisa Pou and Theo Druenne pose during the presentation of Monaco’s Olympic team for the Paris 2024 Games, in Monaco on June 27.

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Power suiting is a staple element of Princess Charlene’s royal wardrobe. Over the course of the last several months, the royal fashioned power suits for various occasions, demonstrating her versatility when it comes to the style.

Princess Charlene fashioned a Ralph Lauren suit for the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters tennis tournament at Monte-Carlo Country Club on April 15. Then, on April 27, she gave the suit a street style edge at the 2024 Monaco E-Prix. Princess Charlene’s latest suited look with Monaco’s Olympians demonstrates her continued proclivity for the style and its true versatility when it comes to any royal occasion.



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