Princess Caroline of Hanover was able to discover, this weekend, in the company of her brother Prince Albert II, the creations of the competitors of the 52nd international bouquets competition organized by the Garden Club that she chairs.
Floral weekend for Princess Caroline of Hanover. The elder sister of Prince Albert II of Monaco went, with him, to the Terrasses of the Casino de Monte-Carlo where the 16 and 17 2021 will be held on 52e international bouquets competition organized by the Garden Club. This association was created in 1968 by their mother, Princess Grace. “Great nature adoring flowers, she wanted to promote the art of friends and wanted to better appreciate their beauty”, we can read on the dedicated site.
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In 1982, Princess Caroline took over the presidency. And it is in this capacity that she chaired one of the two juries: the “special” jury. The second, the “official” jury, is made up only of judges with a diploma in floral art. For this 2021 vintage, the competitors in the six categories – one of which was reserved for young people aged 7 to 16 – had to work on the theme “Culinary art in the world”.
Skirt embellished with roses and petal earrings
To stick in beauty to the event, Andrea’s mother, Charlotte and Pierre Casiraghi and Princess Alexandra of Hanover had chosen to wear a pearl gray skirt embellished with roses that she had given to a cream blouse. Another nod to the demonstration, she had adorned herself with earrings in the shape of petals, pink like the stole she wore, hanging over her left shoulder.
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