Mama Mia! Princess Stephanie rocks a 70s-inspired satin kimono as her kids are joined at an ABBA-themed ball in support of Fight Aids Monaco
- Princess Stephanie, 56, and her children attended the Fight AIDS gala in Monaco
- Grace Kelly’s daughter looked stylish in a silky red and white kimono ensemble
- Daughters Camille Gottlieb and Pauline Ducruet are in attendance, with Louis Ducruet
Princess Stephanie and her offspring made a striking appearance at the Fight AIDS gala in Monaco earlier this week.
Grace Kelly and the daughter of Prince Rainier, 56, always looked the doting mother as she proudly posed with her three children, Pauline and Louis Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb, along with their pluses at Sporting Monaco.
The event was a gala to raise money for Fight Aids, of which Stephanie is the president.
Dressed in silky ensembles to match the theme, centered around the pop band ABBA, the Monegasque royal family stole the show as they posed together.
Stephanie van Monaco, 56, (center) attended the Fight AIDS gala earlier this week with her three children. From left to right: Stephanie’s son-in-law Maxime Giaccardi, her daughter Pauline Ducruet, 27, her daughter Camille Gottlieb, 23, son Louis Ducruet, 28, and his wife Marie Chevallier
Family portrait! Stephanie posed with her two oldest children, Pauline and Louis, and their plus-ones
Each went with the theme in bold 70s-inspired looks.
Dressed in a silky white and red ensemble, Stephanie looked relaxed and happy during the event.
Her white kimono cardigan was lined in a shimmery red, which matched a pair of white wide-leg pants and a floral top she wore underneath.
The king’s hair was half up, revealing an impressive pair of gemstone earrings.
Stephanie wore her hair styled back revealing an impressive pair of earrings and wore a satin kimono with red trim
Pauline, 27, went for a gold floor-length shirt dress, also made of silk. She was buttoned up to mid-thigh, revealing her legs as she moved.
She wore a pair of chunky gold earrings and her blond locks were styled straight and fell just above the shoulders.
The fashionista cleverly matched her outfits with those of her boyfriend, Maxime Giaccardi, who wore a striking cream-colored three-piece suit with a silk gold shirt and black shoes.
The couple looked relaxed as Maxime placed a protective hand on Pauline’s back as the family posed together.
Louis Ducruet, 28, went for a more laid-back outfit and opted for brown pants with a white shirt.
His two-year-old wife Marie Chevallier opted for a voluminous white dress with long frilly sleeves, tied at the waist with a black belt and pleated to the knee.
Dancing Queens! The family wore 70s-inspired looks for the gala, which was themed by the band ABBA
The youngest of the couple Camille Gottlieb, 23, who has 76,500 followers on Instagram, stood next to her mother with a coy smile.
The heiress wore high-waisted flared pants with a star print, a black top and a black bomber jacket.
She styled her locks in a high ponytail and wore discreet jewelry.
Stephanie has been president of Fight Aids since 2004 and attends the gala every year, often seen with her family.
The association wants to offer people with HIV a safe place to share their experiences.
Stephanie looked happy and relaxed throughout the event. She has been the President of Fight Aids Monaco since its inception in 2004