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Princess Charlene of Monaco glams up in green on honorary pathway

Princess Charlene of Monaco glams up in green on honorary pathway

Princess Charlene of Monaco glams up in green on honorary pathway

We’re green with envy over this Lanvin look.

Princess Charlene of Monaco ventured out for her most memorable public appearance since testing positive for COVID-19 toward the beginning of June, wearing a shocking Grecian-style outfit on the Monte-Carlo Television Festival honorary pathway Friday.

The one-bore Lanvin outfit included a high-low fix with unsettle detail and a little train.

The previous Olympic swimmer — alongside her significant other, Prince Albert II — thoroughly searched upbeat as she visited with individuals from the group and, surprisingly, modeled for selfies.

Charlene, 44, matched her dazzling green outfit with strappy gold heels, a gold grasp and proclamation gems from Van Cleef and Arpels.

Princess Charlene
The princess is back to her usual public appearances following a bout with COVID in early June.
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Her cropped ‘do was perfect for showing off a pair of gold multi-strand diamond statement earrings, and she added a matching bracelet on one wrist and a chunky, two-toned diamond bracelet on the other.

The pair attend the opening ceremony of the four-day-long television festival, with Albert, 64, serving as honorary president of the event, which was founded by his father, Prince Rainier III.

Princess Charlene
Charlene chose a flowy Lanvin gown for the glittering TV event.
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The festival features special screenings, business workshops, parties and fan meet-and-greets with guests like David Hasselhoff, Jason Priestley, Jane Seymour and Joanne Froggatt of

“Downton Abbey.”

Charlene’s glamorous night out marks one of the few times we’ve seen the royal since the mysterious illness that nearly killed her while staying in her native South Africa last year.

Once she returned to Monaco, Albert told People that his wife would be entering a facility in Europe to “have a rest and have a real medically framed treatment,” adding,

“It’s not a personal relationship issue. And if you want to discuss another speculation, it isn’t related to plastic surgery or facial work at all.”

Princess Charlene, Prince Albert II, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella at an event.
Charlene and Albert posed with their 7-year-old twins, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques, at the Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament in May.
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In May, the princess made her first official appearance since returning to Monaco, attending the Monaco E-Prix with Albert and their 7-year-old twins, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques.

After rumors swirled that Albert pays Charlene $12 million a year to stay married to him, a source close to the princess revealed exclusively to Page Six last month that simply isn’t the case.

Prince Albert and Princess Charlene
The royal couple posed with attendees of the festival on the red carpet, including “Downton Abbey” star Joanne Froggatt.
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“Of course she has a generous prenup, but Albert doesn’t have to pay her to stay,”

the insider said.

“After being away for so long during her illness, Charlene is so happy to be back with Albert and the kids. They spend every weekend at their country place. Albert is fully supportive of Charlene and is also helping her with her charities.”

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