She’s never one to fade into the shadows at a glamorous event or red carpet bash and Princess Charlene of Monaco ensured she stole the show in a dazzling ball gown at the Monte Carlo Gala on Wednesday evening.
Showing off her incredible figure, the 40-year-old mum-of-two chose a slim-fitting navy blue frock which fell over her feet, finished off with an intricate silver glittered pattern and sheer material across one of her shoulders.
Wearing her short blonde hair scraped back in a messy-style look, Charlene looked very youthful and glamorous beside her husband Prince Albert II as the pair posed arm in arm in a rare public display of affection.
The royal couple were hosting the event and posed for photos alongside a line-up of A-list stars including actor Orlando Bloom, 41, and his singer girlfriend Katy Perry, 33, as well as models Toni Garrn, Isabeli Fontana, Alessandra Ambrosio, Lais Ribeiro and more.
Katy stood out following a similar theme to Charlene, opting for a nude-coloured gown with silver glittering sleeves, while Alessandra followed suit in a full-length silver panelled dress, showing off every inch of her figure.
The royal couple later posed alongside ‘I Will Survive’ singer Gloria Gaynor who shone out in a pink-and-black patterned top and loose trousers.
Charlene was no doubt enjoying a rare night off with her husband from their busy parenting duties. The couple have gorgeous three-year-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella and they’re often all seen on family outings together.
Just weeks ago, the princess dressed the adorable children head to toe in traditional outfits as they attended the Monaco annual picnic in their hometown.
Charlene looked stunning in a pair of tight-fitting white jeans on that occasion, pairing them with a demure silk blouse in a flattering shade of grey and a pair of nude high heeled stilettos.
The annual event, which is held to celebrate the end of summer, is organised by the City Council of Monaco and features folk dancing, flowers, a Mass and barbecues.
However, all eyes were on the young prince and princess as they held on to one another and clapped along with the music as they joined crowds of onlookers to watch the traditional performances.
Jacques wore a gold patterned waistcoat decorated with an intricate floral design, with a red sash tied around his waist and a matching red bow tied at the collar of his shirt.
While his sister wore a red and white striped skirt with a velvet waistcoat and an apron embroidered with flowers, with white woollen tights. Princess Charlene and Princess Gabriella were also handed posies of flowers from well-wishers.