Caroline from Monaco went to the 52nd International Bouquets Competition in Monaco this Saturday, October 16. As an elegant princess, she stood out thanks to her pretty jewel.
Princess Caroline of Hanover is the current President of Garden Club. It is the same club that organizes the International Bouquet Competition which she and her brother Albert of Monaco attended. Charlene of Monaco having been separated from him for months, Prince Albert II has no other choice but to assume his responsibilities alone or with a member of his family. The 52e International bouquets competition was held during the days of October 16 and 17, 2021. Terraces of the Casino de Monte-Carlo.
The Garden Club event is of paramount importance for the principality. It is Grace de Monaco who is at the origin of its creation in 1968. According to the official Garden Club website, Princess Grace was a “great of nature adoring flowers, she had wished to promote the art of throwing them and wished the desire to better like to appreciate the beauty of themPrincess Caroline of Hanover took over the presidency of the club in 1982 and has chaired it until now. For this 2021 edition, the competitors had to create bouquets on the theme of “culinary art in the world”, according to the lines of Paris Match.
Caroline de Monaco is adorned with pink petal earrings
The great princess Caroline of Hanover dressed in keeping with this floral event. She opted for a gray skirt with very chic floral patterns. She accompanied it with an off-white satin blouse with wide collars. The large V-neck of the blouse beautifully display the pearl necklace that the princess has around her neck. Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly’s daughter has not forgotten toembellish her floral outfit with a pair of dark pink petal earrings. To top it off, she also wears a scarf in a slightly fuchsia tone.
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Caroline of Monaco According to the official website of the Garden Club, Princess Grace was a “great friend of nature adoring flowers, she wanted to promote the art of arranging them and aroused the desire to better appreciate their beauty”.