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iceflower 06-09-2011 06:13 AM

Wedding of Albert and Charlene: Guests and Fashions and the Wedding Celebrations
 
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Welcome to the thread to discuss the fashions of the guests
attending the wedding celebrations of Prince Albert of Monaco and Charlene Wittstock
from June 30 till July 2nd.




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iceflower 07-01-2011 04:09 PM

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Here are some of the fashion choices of the family members at the civil wedding today, July 1st.


Princess Caroline wearing a long blue dress, sandals and a large hat:


** Caroline - Full view and close up **

Princess Stephanie:

** Stephanie - Full view and Close up **

Charlotte Casiraghi wearing a lovely summer dress and a hat that hides too much ;)


** Charlotte - Full view and close up **

KittyAtlanta 07-01-2011 04:13 PM

I need to find out who made that beautiful ensemble P. Stephanie wore. It is just beautiful and I would like to have it.

sebastian 07-01-2011 04:15 PM

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Originally Posted by KittyAtlanta (Post 1277100)
I need to find out who made that beautiful ensemble P. Stephanie wore. It is just beautiful and I would like to have it.


Could very well be by JIKI , a swedish designer living in Monaco ... and a long time friend of Steph's

IloveCP 07-01-2011 04:49 PM

Caroline is wearing Chanel.Don't like the hat though.

Stephanie for once looks nice,

And Charlotte,it looks kinda casual,and I don't like her hat.

cdm 07-01-2011 05:07 PM

I really like Caroline's hat and the color of her dress.
I would have liked it to be a shorter dress though.
Her face and hat remind me of her looks in the 80's.
Alexandra looked stunning too.
Actually I liked all the looks of the families.


mtatum 07-01-2011 05:33 PM

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Originally Posted by cdm (Post 1277171)
I really like Caroline's hat (her face and head remind me of her look in the 80's) and the color of her dress.
I would have liked it to be a shorter dress though.
Alexandra looked stunning too.
Actually I liked all the looks of the families.


If the dress were knee length and she wore heels, then presto -- 80's Caroline! Which is always a good thing.

ortiz 07-01-2011 06:45 PM

Charlotte reminds me so much of Princess Grace...beautiful face, it's good to see someone in that pic smiling! :flowers:

stanley 07-01-2011 07:44 PM

Galería de imágenes - Foto 8 - Boda de Alberto de Mónaco: Los invitados reales disfrutan del concierto de Jean-Michel Jarre con los novios
Camille gained some serious weight(pic11). How old is she?

ashelen 07-01-2011 08:56 PM

Stephanie, wasn't she a wild child? she looks really old, even older than her sister, her hair it is not very nice either, i like the dress
I love the hat from Caroline and flat shoe unusual too but lovely look overall

Duchessmary 07-01-2011 09:00 PM

Ye Gods, Stephanie looks like she's 100 years old, and that sour expression doesn't help.

Sister Morphine 07-01-2011 09:25 PM

Neither Caroline nor Stephanie have really aged well. Their skin looks leathery and tough, and it makes them look about a good 30 years older than they actually are. I don't leave the house, even if it's just to walk my dog, without slathering on SPF 75, especially in the summer when it's hotter than nine yards of Hades.

Both of them would look much, much better if they took better care of their skin.

Lmarch 07-01-2011 09:36 PM

I could not believe how aged and hard Stephanie looked today. Like the old sole of a leather shoe. How sad.

Madame Royale 07-01-2011 09:40 PM

:previous: She looks horrible, unfortunately. Aged and weathered.

NotHRH 07-01-2011 10:25 PM

The sisters' facial skin look at their brother's civil wedding today, is very irrelevant. To criticize wardrobes is acceptable, to criticize their dual leathered appearances is not. The fact is after years of dealing with hateful, unnecessary tabloid trailor-trash talk and serious crticism from the masses about everything they have publicy done, have finally taken their toll on HRH Princess Caroline of Hanover, Hereditary Princess of Monaco, and her younger sibling, HSH Princess Stephanie of Monaco. I am glad all of you look use 75 SPF sunscreen always, and are such youthful in appearance. Just post a close-up of yourselves from an HD digital camera, and we can compare!
I am sure their many thoughts included various family members who have passed on and IMO, I am glad they kept their composure - for their own sake! I hope this entire family is blessed with the best still yet to come!

Rebafan81 07-01-2011 10:34 PM

I am sorry to say but I agree with the comments regarding Stephanie and Caroline. Neither have aged well, but Stephanie looks a lot older then Caroline. I thought her outfit was nice, but too tight, she actually looked slightly pregnant.

cristine 07-01-2011 10:44 PM

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Originally Posted by stanley (Post 1277316)

I loved Mette-Marit's dress. Maxima (as usual) and Mary looked stunning. And Caroline and Stephanie's sons are so gorgeous! :wub:

rosana 07-01-2011 11:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Sister Morphine (Post 1277382)
Neither Caroline nor Stephanie have really aged well. Their skin looks leathery and tough, and it makes them look about a good 30 years older than they actually are. I don't leave the house, even if it's just to walk my dog, without slathering on SPF 75, especially in the summer when it's hotter than nine yards of Hades.

Both of them would look much, much better if they took better care of their skin.


They have not aged well or wrong, they have aged. They are 54 and 46, it is a complete nonsense to say they look about 80. They have fully enjoyed the Mediterranean sun, and how lucky they are! At least they have not filled their faces with botox like some women in their 30´s have already done.

As this is the Fashion thread I will say both sisters looked absolutely stunning. Caroline gave her outfit a particular look with the original hat and shoes. I also liked Charlotte, Alex and Camille. I almost don´t care what all these women wear. Everything looks good on them.

Moonmaiden23 07-01-2011 11:30 PM

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Originally Posted by KittyAtlanta (Post 1277100)
I need to find out who made that beautiful ensemble P. Stephanie wore. It is just beautiful and I would like to have it.


Indeed....on another board they are raving about how she was best dressed wedding guest....how sweet that she made an effort for her much loved brother's wedding!:whistling:

Nadine 07-02-2011 12:37 AM

After viewing the very first pictures of the family and guests about 2 hrs. ago now, my first thoughts were the following:

1.) Princess Caroline has outdone herself ~ perfect ensemble ~ and that turquoise blue color looks the best on her, brought back visions of my hands down favorite outfit of hers back in the 80's: http://cdn.theroyalforums.com/forums...1&d=1066080587

2.) Princess Charlene has *it*....another winner....perfect for the civil ceremony; a solemn but also joyous occasion. I love how calm, cool, and collected she is; I would've been sweating and acting nervous, but not she! She has what it takes to be a princess. And the clothes she wore today prove that; they highlight her stunning blonde beauty with emerald green eyes. What a joy it will be to watch her over the coming decades ~ SALUT! :cheers:

3.) Charlene's mother appeared like a vision on the balcony ~ my first time seeing her and I was blown away! ~ it's obvious where Charlene gets her good looks from. :) Nobody does it better than Nordic beauties like these two. Though I think the young Elizabeth Taylor was/is the most gorgeous woman to have ever lived, there's nothing like natural blondes, nothing. Brunettes have nothing over them. Jmho.

4.) What I saw of Pauline's outfit was gorgeous! Too bad she didn't make a full appearance on the balcony. Imho she has overtaken her cousin Charlotte in the looks department. Young, fresh, straight out of the schoolroom. Here's hoping she maintains that flawless youthful complexion.

5.) Princess Alexandra & Camille were surprises and delights! :heart: I loved seeing them both together on the balcony, and little Alex's smile is truly a joy to see, especially when her much loved uncle Prince Albert appeared in the throne room. :hug:

6.) Charlotte, Andrea, and Pierre were sophisticated and gorgeous, as always, not a hair out of place. They could pose for GQ or a fashion magazine anyday. All the time I see them together I'm reminded of the young Barrymores back in the 30's.

***ETA: but I have to be honest, Charlotte disappointed me a bit, she's not aging well unfortunately. Her best years were when she was a teenager. And the dress she wore proves that. Here's a picture of her only 6 yrs. ago: http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/TnE1P...otte+Casiraghi

And now compare that gorgeous Chanel outfit to this one today (makes her look like a grown 30 yr. old woman trying to wear an 18 yr. old's clothes): http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-qQsYveqoX-...2222222232.jpg ).

Sorry to say but all that horse riding and not wearing a hat to protect her skin has aged her prematurely. Women nowadays, don't they know that tans look not only unattractive, but make one look like an old leather prune. :tongue: I miss the days of Princess Diana and her youthful peaches & cream complexion when she first married: http://suchanevent.files.wordpress.c...na-wedding.jpg ***

7.) Everybody else was lovely as well, including Charlene's two brothers, the maid of honor, the dashing handsome best man, relatives, guests, etc. etc. etc. It was a joyous occasion, one I feel honored to have witnessed in my lifetime. :)

NOW ONTO THE RELIGIOUS CEREMONY!!!! :cheers:


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