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Princess Charlene is effortlessly elegant in navy gown as she attends National Monaco Day Gala

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Princess Charlene is effortlessly elegant in navy gown as she attends National Monaco Day Gala with Prince Albert

  • The royal, 44, wore a sash in the colours of Monaco’s flag for the event
  • Charlene offset her navy dress and gold clutch bag with matching earrings
  • The royal couple attended event at the Grimaldi Forum with dignitaries last night

Princess Charlene was effortlessly elegant in a navy gown as she attended the National Monaco Day Gala with her husband Prince Albert last night.

The mother-of-two, 44, looked sensational in a long-sleeved, floor-length dress which she accessorised with a gold clutch bag as she arrived at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo. 

Offsetting her outfit with a pair of gold-and-navy dangly earrings, Charlene opted for a pink smokey eye look and a nude lip for the occasion.  

The royal finished off her ensemble with a matching red-and-white flag and brooch to represent Monaco’s flag.

Before heading into the Gala, Charlene accepted a bouquet of red-and-white roses from a young royal fan and posed for photos with Princess Caroline of Hanover and other dignitaries. 

Princess Charlene, 44, was sensational long-sleeved, floor-length dress which she accessorised with a gold clutch bag

Princess Charlene, 44, was sensational long-sleeved, floor-length dress which she accessorised with a gold clutch bag

The royal completed her ensemble with a matching red-and-white flag and brooch to represent Monaco's flag

The royal completed her ensemble with a matching red-and-white flag and brooch to represent Monaco’s flag

Offsetting her outfit with a pair of gold-and-navy dangly earrings, Charlene opted for a pink smokey eye look and a nude lip for the occasion

Offsetting her outfit with a pair of gold-and-navy dangly earrings, Charlene opted for a pink smokey eye look and a nude lip for the occasion

National Monaco Day is also known as The Sovereign Prince’s Day, and the date of the celebration is chosen by the reigning Prince. 

Traditionally, the Princes chose the day of the saint they are named after.

But when Prince Albert inherited the title, he decided to choose the same day as his father rather than the day of Saint Albert, which would have been November 15.

It is typically celebrated with fireworks over the harbour the evening before, and a mass in Monte Carlo the next morning. 

Before heading into the Gala, Charlene accepted a bouquet of red-and-white roses from a young royal fan

Before heading into the Gala, Charlene accepted a bouquet of red-and-white roses from a young royal fan

(L-R) Gareth Wittstock, Beatrice Borromeo, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Charlene of Monaco, Tatiana Santo Domingo, Andrea Casiraghi, Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam pictured outside the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo last night

(L-R) Gareth Wittstock, Beatrice Borromeo, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Charlene of Monaco, Tatiana Santo Domingo, Andrea Casiraghi, Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam pictured outside the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo last night

Charlene wore a black, wide brim hat for the service at St Nicholas Cathedral in Monte Carlo yesterday morning

Charlene wore a black, wide brim hat for the service at St Nicholas Cathedral in Monte Carlo yesterday morning

Princess Charlene looked effortlessly chic in a black and white ensemble as she arrived at the St Nicholas Cathedral for Monaco's National Day celebrations

Princess Charlene looked effortlessly chic in a black and white ensemble as she arrived at the St Nicholas Cathedral for Monaco’s National Day celebrations

Charlene opted for a long, white coat for Monaco's National Day, worn over a high-neck black dress. She also donned a pair of black leather gloves

Charlene opted for a long, white coat for Monaco’s National Day, worn over a high-neck black dress. She also donned a pair of black leather gloves

Earlier in the day, Charlene opted for a chic black-and-white ensemble for the event St Nicholas Cathedral. 

Charlene wore a long, white coat for Monaco’s National Day, worn over a high-neck black dress. She also donned a pair of black leather gloves.

She completed her monochrome ensemble with a black, wide-brim hat and simple pearl drop earrings. The royal kept her make-up classic for the occasion. 

Her husband, Prince Albert, was in formal attire, with a number of opulent medals embellishing the front of his jacket – which was embroidered with red and gold. 

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