Princess Alexandra of Hanover has arrived on the scene. The 16-year-old is the daughter of Princess Caroline and youngest sister of Charlotte, Andrea and Pierre Casiraghi. The young princess is the niece of Prince Albert II of Monaco.
Alexandra is the youngest and the only child from her marriage to Prince Ernst of Hanover. The princess made a head turning entry at the Bal de la Rose or the famous Rose Ball at Monte Carlo Sporting, Monaco on March 19. Popularly known as the Princess of Hanover, Alexandra arrived with her famous family for the ball, which is one of the principality’s most glittering events.
She was dressed in a baby pink organza gown and matching lightweight coat by Chanel. Her gown featured short sleeves, V neckline with collar and a black velvet belt like detailing under the neckline which was styled into a bow. For her debut Rose Ball, Alexandra wore black high heels and carried a small black clutch bag.
Her long honey blonde locks were kept in center parting and styled into curls. Alexandra accessorized with a silver choker and wore a slick of red lipstick. The princess also opted for pink blush.
At the Cuba-themed gala, it was her bright and smiling disposition that made her a hit with everyone present. She also hit the dance floor with her siblings. Meanwhile, the youngster’s outgoing and relaxed nature had already made her a popular member of the Monegasque royal family.
The budding fashionista is making appearances at more public engagements. Alexandra attended the Chanel Métiers d’Art show in Rome in December with her mother Caroline. The teen showed off her chic sense of style dressed in classic monochrome outfit.
Alexandra flaunted her dark crimson manicure and added a touch of warm color on her lips. Being raised as a member of the Monaco royal family, she combines the glamour of the Grimaldis with the august House of Hanover. The Upper-Austria-born “Ice Princess,” as she is popularly called, is also a budding sportsperson, carrying forward the family’s sporting achievements.
Alexandra participated in two figure-skating competitions at international level, representing Monaco at the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival, and competed in the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating. The teen has been pursuing figure skater since she was 10. The princess is inspired by Italian figure skater Carolina Kostner, an Olympic, World and European champion.