Princess Charlene of Monaco steals the show in lavish gown

Princess Charlene of Monaco has done it again. Source: Getty

She’s one of the most glamorous royals around and Princess Charlene of Monaco has proved once again that she knows what she’s doing when it comes to style.

The 39-year-old was spotted at the World Rugby Awards on Sunday evening and easily stole the show with her gorgeous gown.

The mother-of-two happily walked the red carpet with her husband Prince Albert II by her side.

They looked completely loved-up as they smiled for cameras and waved at fans who showed up to the event.

The Princess walked the red carpet with Prince Albert II. Source: Getty

For the outing, the beautiful blonde opted for a floor-length black gown.

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The dress complimented her incredible figure and showed off enough skin to ensure that all eyes were on her at the event.

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Her black number included stunning ruffles on the skirt of the dress and a stylish belt.

She topped off her look with a fashionable pair of black heels and a simple pair of diamond earrings.

The former Olympic swimmer wore minimal makeup to show off her natural beauty and styled her short hair for the event.

She caught the attention of the crowed in her show-stopping number. Source: Getty

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The event celebrated some of the best athletes in Rugby and the Princess wasn’t shy when it came to letting her social media followers know which team she supported.

Prior to attending the ceremony, she took to Instagram with a photo of her with some of the players from the Monaco team.

Supporting the Monaco Impi Rugby Team, Good Luck in Dubai ?? Gareth Wittstock, Bryan Habana, HSH Princess Charlene and Ryk Neethling

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“Supporting the Monaco Impi Rugby Team,” she wrote. “Good luck in Dubai.”

What do you think of her style? Do you enjoy the rugby?