Princess Charlene of Monaco donned a black and grey wrap dress while attending the celebrations of Monaco's National Day in Monte Carlo on 19 November.
The day marked the country's 166th anniversary and brought all members of Monaco's royal family together, including Princess Charlene's husband and the reigning monarch of the Principality of Monaco, Prince Albert II.
Princess Charlene graced the celebration in her regal knee-length dress, which she paired with glamorous black heels and black leather gloves. The former South African Olympic swimmer accessorised minimally with pearl stud earrings.
The 35-year-old Charlene looked elegant in her sober ensemble as she followed Prince Albert, who was wearing official royal family dress, while attending a mass at a cathedral to mark the day. To complete her look, the princess donned a hat during the mass.
Besides attending the mass, Princess Charlene and Prince Albert, who got married in July 2011, attended several other ceremonies to celebrate the day along with Princess Caroline of Hanover and her sister, Princess Stephanie.
The events included a ceremony at the Monaco Palace and an evening at the Grimaldi Forum. The royal couple were also seen waving from the Palace balcony during a parade for the National Day celebrations.
Prior to the ceremony, Princess Charlene and Prince Albert, son of Prince Rainer III and his wife, the former American actress Grace Kelly, visited a gift-giving event for the elderly at the Red Cross headquarters in Monte Carlo. For the engagement, Charlene opted for an all-white pantsuit featuring closed neckline.
In her yet another engagement at the traditonal MONAA (Monaco Againt Autism) charity gala, the blonde beauty stunned in a floor-length blue velvet gown and diamond chandelier earrings, and outshone others with her bold makeup of wine-coloured lipstick.
Scroll down to view the pictures of Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II at the ceremonies.