Princess Charlene of Monaco paid tribute to the late Formula 1 driver Niki Lauda with a beautiful red silk evening dress when she attended a Grand Prix gala last night.
The 41-year-old mother-of-three joined Prince Albert, 61, in the star-studded affair in the French city-state after Lewis Hamilton & # 39; s win in the race.
Prince Charles and Princess Camilla of Bourbon were also present, with the Italian mother-of-one astonishing in a floating cream-colored dress with colorful floral accents.
The royal couples were accompanied by Prince Serge of Yugoslavia and his wife Eleonora Rajneri.
Princess Charlene of Monaco, pictured with her husband Prince Albert, paid tribute to the late Formula 1 driver Niki Lauda with a beautiful evening dress of red silk while attending a Grand Prix gala last night
The royal royal houses of Monaco were accompanied by Prince Charles and Princess Camilla of Bourbon were also present, with the Italian mother-of-one astonishing in a floating cream-colored dress with colorful floral accents.
Dashing Prince Carl Philip from Sweden accompanied his father, King Carl Gustav, at the glamorous event, both well dressed in tuxedo suits.
Former Olympic swimmer Princess Charlene wore her short blonde bob in a slender dress and looked stately in the high-necked dress that showed her beautiful figure.
Prince Albert, the son of Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace, married Charlene, from South Africa in 2011, and welcomed his twins to the world in 2014.
Prince Albert also has two older children, son Eric Alexandre Stephane and daughter Jazmin Grace Rotolo, from earlier relationships.
Yesterday Charlene exchanged a kiss on the cheek with British driver Lewis Hamilton, who achieved his fourth victory of the season on the tricky circuit.
Prince Carl Philip and King Carl Gustav of Sweden both looked neat in tuxedos when they arrived for the Gala evening
Prince Serge of Yugoslavia and his wife Eleonora Rajneri were also present at the star-studded gala in Monaco
The royal royal houses of Monaco arrived arm in arm while the British former Formula 1 driver Jackie Stewart, pictured on the right, was wearing tartan pants for the event
Hamilton dedicated his victory to late Austrian champion Niki Lauda, who died last week at the age of 70 after a lung transplant that caused a fall in health.
The British former Formula 1 driver Jackie Stewart also made an appearance at the gala, with nice tartan pants and a velvet jacket.
Prince Serge also opted for a velvet jacket, while his wife Eleonora saw a picture of elegance in a gray and white pleated dress with cape sleeves.
Princess Camilla, who became the Italian royalty when she married Prince Charles in a cathedral in Monte Carlo in 1998, wore her blonde shoulder-length locks in glamorous Hollywood curls and had large gold statement earrings.
The royals team all posed for photos with a group of people dressed in traditional costumes during the event.
Former Olympic swimmer Charlene looked stately in the high neck dress that showed her breathtaking figure
Princess Charlene of Monaco and Prince Albert of Monaco pose with guests at the Gala evening for the 77th Grand Prix Formula 1 in Monaco
Scottish racing legend Jackie Stewart posed with two gentlemen dressed in old-fashioned costumes at the Gala
Prince Charles and princess Camilla of Bourbon also posed with the costumed gentleman at the glamorous event
Princess Camilla became royalty when she married Prince Charles in 1998 in a cathedral of Monte Carlo
Hamilton led thousands of motorsport fans in tribute to Niki Lauda while winning his nail-biting victory.
After crossing the line for the Max Verstappen of Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari, the star took off his helmet and pointed to the name of the Austrian icon that was put on it.
The Mercedes driver said: & I fought with the spirit of Niki. I just tried to stay focused and make him proud. & # 39;
And although tires faded the British F1 competitor causing some stressful moments on the circuit, he said about Lauda: & I certainly felt he was with me today. & # 39;
Hordes of spectators flocked to the historic street circuit to pay tribute to the triple world champion.
Hamilton, photographed as congratulations by Princess Charlene, led thousands of motorsport fans in tribute to Niki Lauda as he achieved his nail-biting victory
To cheer the spectators, including several members of the royal family, the Mercedes driver said: & I fought with the spirit of Niki. I just tried to stay focused and make him proud & # 39;
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