Princess Charlene of Monaco is following in the footsteps of Grace Kelly. And they have already become the most expensively dressed royal family in Europe.
Monaco’s noble family is associated with glamor and wealth, thanks to actress, beauty and fashion icon Grace Kelly. It was he who turned the small state into a region dominated by wealth, elegance and luxury. And his son Prince Albert’s wife, Charlene, clearly supports the grandeur’s turn. Previously, the prince family’s former accountant had declassified Charlene and Albert’s secret expenses. Claude Palmero complained about Charlene’s exorbitant expenses. The Daily Mail writes about this.
Former Olympian Princess Charlene has become famous for her eclectic fashion sense and has often redefined the rules of royal style protocol.
From the red carpet to more formal royal events, Charlene’s designer looks have earned her the title of most stylish royal with the most expensive wardrobe year after year.
Last year, almost 250 thousand euros were spent on her clothes, including dresses from Akris and Valentino, Graff diamond jewelry and accessories from Manolo Blahnik, Jimmy Choo and Bottega Veneta.
The script was set on Charlene’s wedding day in 2011. As she walked down the aisle in an exquisite Armani Privé gown embroidered with 20,000 mother-of-pearl tears.
The dress, worth 18 thousand euros, turned Charlene into a real princess.
Today, she is one of the most well-known royals in the world, and it’s no surprise. Charlene is famous for her sophisticated style and original clothes. And here are some of her most expensive dresses. Charlene’s images represent the so-called “quiet luxury”.
Monaco Grand Prix
Princess Charlene opted for a stunning Akris gown as she joined the rest of Monaco’s royal family at the Formula 1 Grand Prix. This refreshing and playful €5,000 Akris creation with rainbow twists is paired with dark blue Dior heels, €1,000.
This Audrey Hepburn-like look looked very demure. But in reality it cost about five thousand euros. Charlene played golf at the Princess of Monaco Cup in a top and skirt from The Row and flats from Christian Louboutin. And she completed her look with a cuff bracelet from Hermès.
Visit to the Red Cross
Princess Charlene helped deliver Christmas gifts from the Red Cross, wearing an elegant navy blue Loro Piana wool vest worth around €6,000. She paired the luxurious and deceptively modest outfit with a black sweater and €2,000 Louis Vuitton boots.
Gala concert in honor of Monaco National Day
Charlene sizzled in a €5,000 red, sparkling Old Hollywood gown by DidierAngelo as she accompanied Prince Albert to Monaco’s glitzy National Day gala. The princess completed her ruby dress with Manolo Blahnik shoes for 700 euros.
Closing ceremony of the Monte Carlo TV Awards
Presenting an award at the Monte Carlo Television Festival, Charlene chose a 7,000 Euro dress from Akris, one of her favorite brands. The princess accessorized this gorgeous silk gown with a skirt full of collars and gorgeous diamond jewelry.
Monaco National Day
The Princess had missed Monaco’s National Day, celebrated on November 19, several times due to her illness. But last year she was glowing in a striking red dress and tiny hat. And her daughter, Princess Gabriella, repeated the image of her mother, but only in blue. The outfit was created to order by designer Didier Angelo and cost 7,300 euros. A matching Stephen Jones hat (€2,170) and matching Manolo Blahnik boots (€1,259) with Graff ruby earrings completed the ensemble.
Monaco Grand Prix Gala
Charlene was the picture of elegance as she attended the gala dinner after the Monaco Grand Prix. Wearing a monochrome long Valentino dress worth 10 thousand euros and Hermès sandals worth 1,200 euros, the princess looked elegant and modest.
Let us remind you that Charlene previously appeared at a football match in a simple, casual outfit, but it was also expensive and designer.
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