Princess Charlene of Monaco debuts new pixie cut

All eyes were on Princess Charlene of Monaco as the stylish royal debuted a fresh new look this week. The mother-of-two was as radiant as ever as she revealed she has cut her blonde tresses into a striking pixie cut.


Princess Charlene of Monaco has debuted a new pixie cut

Although Princess Charlene has often been spotted favouring shorter haircuts, her latest look marks one of her shortest styles in recent years.

The South African beauty unveiled her new look at the Monte Carlo Casino, where she met Russian boxer Ruslan Provodnikov, ahead of his match against Jesus Alvarez Rodriguez. The sportsman shared a photo of himself and the former Olympic swimmer on Instagram, describing the meeting as an "honor".

"Had the honor of meeting Charlene, The Princess of Monaco just two days before my fight against Jesus Alvarez Rodriguez (14-0, 11 KO’s) in Monte Carlo," Ruslan wrote in the caption.

Princess Charlene, who is married to Prince Albert, wore her new hairstyle in a side parting, complementing her new look with an elegant ensemble, opting for a chic monochrome block dress with long sleeves and zip detailing, which she paired with black tights and boots.

Princess Charlene often favours shorter hairstyles

It's been a busy year for the Monaco royal family, with recent months encompassing the wedding of Princess Caroline of Monaco's son Pierre Casiraghi to Beatrice Borromeo, and Prince Albert's tenth anniversary on the throne.

Princess Charlene also celebrated the baptism of her and Prince Albert's adorable little boy and girl, looking radiant in a white ensemble.

It also proved to be a milestone year for her brother Gareth Wittstock, who tied the knot with long-term love Roisin Galvin in September in a low-key civil ceremony in the town hall in Monaco.

"She needs her family and our bond is really close," Gareth told HELLO! of his royal sibling. "I see her regularly, we visit each other and my daughter plays with the twins. It's a beautiful sight and it's really special."

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