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Princess Charlene of Monaco remained cool in a striped maxi skirt during her participation in the award ceremony of a car competition today

Princess Charlene of Monaco, 41, keeps it cool in a striped maxi skirt while giving out prizes during the annual car competition on the palace square

  • Former South African Olympic swimmer, 41, wore a white shirt with a button-down and striped maxi skirt for an event
  • Looked relaxed despite temperatures reaching 91.4F (33C) in the small country while a heat wave hit Europe
  • She helped hand out prizes to the best cars during the Elegance et Automobile Monte-Carlo competition on the palace square
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Princess Charlene of Monaco remained cool in a striped maxi skirt during her participation in the award ceremony of a car competition today.

The 41-year-old princess looked effortlessly stylish in a white shirt with the sleeves up while she handed out prizes during the Elegance et Automobile Monte-Carlo competition on the palace square.

The former Olympic swimmer from South Africa combined the simple look with a sturdy dark brown crocodile strap and matching chocolate-colored stilettos.

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Charlene, who married Prince Albert II in 2011, wore her short blonde locks in a relaxed wavy style and kept her makeup to a minimum.

Princess Charlene of Monaco remained cool in a striped maxi skirt during her participation in the award ceremony of a car competition today

Princess Charlene of Monaco remained cool in a striped maxi skirt during her participation in the award ceremony of a car competition today

The 41-year-old princess looked effortlessly stylish in a white shirt with the sleeves up while she handed out prizes during the Elegance et Automobile Monte-Carlo competition on the palace square

The 41-year-old princess looked effortlessly stylish in a white shirt with the sleeves up while she handed out prizes during the Elegance et Automobile Monte-Carlo competition on the palace square

The 41-year-old princess looked effortlessly stylish in a white shirt with the sleeves up while she handed out prizes during the Elegance et Automobile Monte-Carlo competition on the palace square

Today's event was organized by the Automobile Club de Monaco and saw 50 classic and modern cars being exhibited

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The mother-of-two looked relaxed in the heat, which peaked earlier today at 91.4F (33C) in the small country.

Charlene was born in Zimbabwe, but her parents moved to South Africa at the age of 12. She fought for South Africa at the Olympic Games and won three gold medals at the 2002 World Swimming Championship.

Prince Albert and Charlene met in 2000 and published their relationship in 2006.

The cars shown during the event, which takes place from June 27 to June 30, are pre-war (1930-1940), post-war (1950-60) and contemporary

The former South African Olympic swimmer combined the simple look with a sturdy dark brown crocodile strap and matching chocolate-colored stilettos.
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The former South African Olympic swimmer combined the simple look with a sturdy dark brown crocodile strap and matching chocolate-colored stilettos.

Charlene, who married Prince Albert II in 2011, wore her short blonde locks in a relaxed wavy style and kept her makeup to a minimum

Charlene, who married Prince Albert II in 2011, wore her short blonde locks in a relaxed wavy style and kept her makeup to a minimum

The former Olympic swimmer from South Africa combined the simple look with a sturdy dark brown crocodile strap and matching chocolate-colored stilettos. Charlene, who married Prince Albert II in 2011, wore her short blonde locks in a relaxed wavy style and kept her makeup to a minimum

Today's event was organized by the Automobile Club de Monaco and saw 50 classic and modern cars being exhibited.

A description of the event on the club's website reads: & # 39; It is the result of a strong dedication to the Renaissance, by ACM, to show the most exceptional antique and vintage cars & # 39; s to ensure that they parade in front of an audience. from enthusiasts, a bit like top models on the catwalk during Paris Fashion Week. & # 39;

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The cars shown during the event, which takes place from June 27 to June 30, are pre-war (1930-1940), post-war (1950-60) and contemporary.

A jury panel inspected the cars in both static and dynamic positions at the Place du Casino before deciding the overall winners.

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