Princess Charlene of Monaco joins Prince Albert at the Planetary Health gala in Monte Carlo
Princess Charlene of Monaco proved she was clearly the star of the show at the Monte-Carlo Gala for Planetary Health tonight. The royal arrived alongside her husband Prince Albert.
ShareThe gown featured wide, long-sleeved arms to add to its elegance, while the royal teamed it with a dazzling open necklace and a silver facemask.She kept her short locks straight and added a smattering of glamorous makeup to complete her stylish evening look.
Looking effortlessly elegant, Charlene (seen with her husband) sported a floor-length silver gown to the occasion - which also included guests such as American actress Rebel Wilson and English film star Helen MirrenHosted by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the event gathers leading philanthropists, talents and scientists to join forces and launch the charity's initiatives to bridge the widening gap between health and the environment. Pictured, the royal couple
Charlene's (pictured with her husband) shimmering frock boasted a plunging neckline and a cinched-waist detailing to showcase her svelte frameHer husband Prince Albert look as equally as sophisticated in a white shirt, black suit and matching bow-tie.
The couple, who appeared to be in deep conversation during their red carpet appearance, also posed with English singer Sting.The 2020 Monte-Carlo Gala for Planetary Health aims to highlight the idea that our future is dependent on healthy ecosystems.The couple appeared to be in deep conversation during their red carpet appearance (above)
The couple also posed with English singer Sting (pictured left). The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation was set up in 2006 with the aim to protect the environment and promote sustainable developmentHosted by the Prince’s foundation, it has gathered talents, philanthropists, decision makers and scientists to discuss the challenges the planet’s environment faces.
The night is usually auction filled with many collectables, memorabilia and fine art from some of the most high-profile artists across the globe going on sale.Proceeds will be used to help the Foundation's initiatives, which includes the development of marine protected areas, protection of threatened marine species, the mitigation of the impact of climate change and acidification on the ocean, as well as the fight against plastic pollution.
Charlene (pictured) kept her short locks straight and added a smattering of glamorous makeup to complete her stylish evening lookThe night is usually auction filled with many collectables, memorabilia and fine art from some of the most high-profile artists across the globe going on sale. Pictured left to right: Film producer Milutin G. Gatsby, Helen Mirren, Prince Albert, Princess Charlene, Andy Garcia and Kate Beckinsale
Charlene (centre) speaks with English actress Kate Beckinsale ahead of the 2020 Monte-Carlo Gala for Planetary Health in MonacoHowever it's likely this year's event has seen drastic changes to ensure social distancing can be adhered to, with many stars also donning masks as they arrived on the blue carpet.
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation was set up in 2006 with the aim to protect the environment and promote sustainable development at a local and global scale.It has 10 international branches across the globe, including in France, America, the UK, Switzerland, Canada, Germany, Italy, Singapore, Spain and China.
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