Princess Charlene of Monaco concluded her two-day official trip to Germany along with her husband Prince Albert II on Tuesday in a monochromatic beige dress.

After moving around in a bold colourful dress on the first day of her German visit, Princess Charlene, 34, effortlessly looked elegant in her choice of beige outfit, a colour she has been seen most of the time at public occasions.

Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II visited Stuttgart on the second and last legs of their tour when they visited the Mercedes Benz Museum and and its research centre as well as the Bosch Company.

Princess Charlene wore a beige with flared long sleeves and collared neckline. She teamed her knee-length dress with a brown leather belt and a matching pair of sandals with wedge heels.

As Princess Charlene is seldom seen wearing any accessories, she did not have any this time too but looked chic with sunglasses on her head that gelled well with her latest blonde chopped hairdo. Princess Charlene, a former South African Olympics swimmer, who always had her hair swept back to a bun, was first seen in a long, flicked hairdo at the Rose Ball, a traditional annual charity event in aid of the Foundation Princess Grace, in Monte Carlo in March.

Princess Charlene, who married Monaco's Prince Albert II in July 2011, has been through a wave of style change recently and her latest fashion statement during her visit to Germany was no exception. On the first day of her tour in Berlin, Charlene wore two dresses that revealed her glam quotient.

The Royal Palace of Monaco says the visit of Prince Charlene and Prince Albert II should further reinforce the close ties between both countries.

Scroll down to see what Princess Charlene wore during her concluding trip to Germany.