Fight AIDS Monaco
Prince Albert II, Sovereign of Monaco, turned out with his future wife, Miss Charlene Wittstock, in support of another very important woman in his life, the younger sister he always tried to protect. Princess Stephanie of Monaco presided over a gala for the charity she founded six years ago, Fight AIDS Monaco, in the Room of the Stars at the Monte-Carlo Sporting Club.
Princess Stephanie freshly bronzed from the sun wore a summery silk patterned dress, cut above the knee, and with a plunging neckline. Miss Wittstock, who is expected to marry Prince Albert in one year, also opted for dressy casual. The native of Zimbabwe wore a beige halter-strap dress. As for the Prince, he wore a summer suit (navy blazer, blue shirt, crisp off-white pants) and a heart-shaped pin on his lapel to honor the cause of the gala.Filed under Monaco Royals
Tagged Albert II of Monaco, Fight AIDS Monaco, HIV/AIDS, Patronage, Princess Charlène, Princess Stéphanie.
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