Princess Charlene of Monaco looked stunning in a chic navy jacket and matching cropped trousers at the Monte-Carlo Masters final over the weekend. She and her husband Prince Albert II enjoyed a date at the tennis match, having left their twin children, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, at home.
The couple stepped out for the Monte-Carlo Masters final, where they watched Rafael Nadal score his first tournament victory of the year. The Monegasque royals shared the spotlight with the Spanish tennis player, as they were pictured taking their seats in the VIP box at the Monte-Carlo Country Club.
The 38-year-old princess and former Olympian cut an elegant figure in her navy jacket, which featured long sleeves and silver zipper detailing. Charlene’s crop trousers featured oversize pockets, black buttons in front and a wide belt-like waist. The princess paired it with a white mesh panel jersey. She accessorized with diamond drop earrings, wore mirrored sunglasses and carried a colorful mini clutch bag.
The mother-of-two’s make-up consisted of black eyeliner, mascara and a slick of red lipstick. Charlene’s pixie blonde hair was swept to the side. She completed her look in a pair of silver pointed-toe high heels.
Her husband Albert, 58, meanwhile complemented her in a navy blazer, which he paired with gray trousers and a navy and white patterned tie. He wore a crisp white shirt and black shoes and accessorized with a royal brooch. Albert and Charlene showed some PDA as the prince was pictured kissing his wife’s head as she leant on him.
Albert and Charlene applauded Nadal and also congratulated him in person as they joined the champion — and his silver trophy — on court and posed for official photos.
The couple's twins celebrated their first birthday in December. Charlene was last seen taking her 16-month-old son to a rugby tournament in February.