Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the opening of the exhibition 'Sailing the Sea of Science' at the Fram Museum in Oslo, looking incredible in a sleek black suit. The royal, who was joined by her husband Prince Albert and their two children, opted for a timeless aesthetic for the exciting occasion.
Princess Charlene, 44, looked sharp in the charcoal wool two-piece, boasting a Swaroski trim from Swiss brand Akris. She layered the carefully tailored blazer over a silk crepe tunic blouse in the same ebony hue and completed her outfit with a pair of subtly flared wool trousers.
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Prince Albert smiled for the cameras beside his wife, looking smart in a navy suit, a white shirt and a pale blue tie.
The stylish royal wore her platinum blonde hair styled in her signature pixie cut and opted for a glamorous beauty blend consisting of a flawless complexion, a gently defined brow, a dusting of bronzer and a nude pink lip.
She accessorised with a simple chain necklace, letting her impeccably tailored suit speak for itself and slipped on some elegant black point-toe heels.
Fans online adored the royal’s ensemble and were quick to praise her sartorial prowess. "She’s so chic," one commented, while another said: "I always like her modern chic style." A third added a heart-eyes and thumbs-up emoji in a show of approval for the princess' outfit choice.
Princess Charlene recently put on a dazzling display at the opening ceremony of the 61st Monte Carlo TV Festival with her husband Prince Albert.
The royal looked sensational in a dramatic emerald green gown by Lanvin. The £2,670 frock is inspired by the fashion house's archives and features romantic ruffles across an asymmetric hem, a one-shoulder neckline, and soft pleats that drape effortlessly to enhance the loose silhouette.
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