Princess Charlene stepped out for the first time for an official engagement showing off her new pixie cut. She, along with her husband Prince Albert II of Monaco, visited the Monaco Red Cross headquarters Tuesday. The 37-year-old princess distributed parcels to locals.
Charlene opted to wear a sombre black coat with wide lapels for her appearance, just days after the attacks in Paris attack. She looked elegant in a black wraparound dress. Her ensemble is from Ralph Lauren Black Label and featured three-fourth length sleeves and a plunging neckline.
Charlene’s dress was cinched at the waist with a brown leather belt detailing. It showed off her tall and slender frame. The mother-of-two sported natural make-up with smoky eyes and pink lipstick. Her new hairstyle highlighted her high cheekbones.
The former Olympic swimmer accessorized with a strand of pearls, a silver necklace, a delicate gold bracelet and a pair of sunglasses. Charlene completed her look with black transparent stockings and gold high heels. She also carried a quirky gold and red colored clutch.
The South African beauty showed her support for the Red Cross by handing out gifts and packages to members of the public, and chatted with the lucky recipients. Charlene and Albert shared a sweet moment as they clasped hands together for the photocall.
Earlier, Charlene made heads turn with her new pixie cut, which she debuted at the Monte Carlo Casino, where she met Russian boxer Ruslan Provodnikov ahead of his match against Jesus Alvarez Rodriguez on Nov. 8. It is one of the shortest haircuts of the Monaco royal in recent years. The sportsman shared a picture of himself and the former Olympic swimmer on Instagram and described the meeting as an “honor.”
The stylish royal wore a color block ensemble with black tights and matching boots for her outing.
Albert spoke about family life with Charlene in an interview with local publication Monaco Matin. He said that their 11-month-old twins were learning to walk. The Monegasque royal added that they already watched a little rugby and football on television with their parents, and seemed to be really interested.