Princess Caroline of Hanover attended the awards ceremony for the international bouquets competition this Saturday, October 16. The princess appears with a very chic silk blouse for the occasion.
The international bouquets competition is an annual competition organized by the Garden Club of Monaco. Like every year, Caroline of Monaco attends this event to award certain prizes. In this year’s edition, the 52e precisely, five prize categories were awarded to the competitors. This edition had a special theme ” Culinary art around the world“. As president of the Garden Club of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover presented the”the Princess Grace of Monaco Prize“to the Italian competitor Tiziana Vicentini. Note that this price is “considered the first prize of the competition “ according to Royal Stories.
According to the Monaco Matin newspaper, ” competitors could participate alone or in tandem and it was necessary to bring all your equipment “. This competition which was created by Grace of Monaco also awards a prize for participants in the child category. During this important event, Princess Caroline was assisted by her brother Albert of Monaco. Note that Prince Albert’s wife is still stuck in South Africa at the moment. She’s been there for several months already because of his ENT problems for she had to undergo operations. For her part, Princess Caroline has a series of engagements and goes out in public more often.
Carline Monaco opts for a chic floral look
When it came out this Saturday, October 16, Princess Caroline of Hanover opted for a silk blouse. The wide V-neck blouse prominently features a beautiful pearl necklace. His rose petal earrings are the first accessories in keeping with today’s floral event. Princess Caroline of Monaco has opted for a gray skirt with floral patterns to perfect her outfit. The color of the skirt goes perfectly with her graying hair, which is always perfectly groomed. For the little finishing touch, the princess wears a beautiful fuchsia scarf.
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