Princess Charlene of Monaco’s fans were delighted to see her looking so healthy and happy at the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters, held in the principality over the weekend. French fans said she was a “beauty to behold”.
The former South African Olympic swimmer and her husband Prince Albert II, presented the trophy to Russian winner Andrey Rublev who beat Denmark’s Holger Rune. It was Rublev’s first ever Masters 1000 in Monaco, the palace said.
Charlene’s younger brother Sean Wittstock and his wife Chantell were also in Monaco from South Africa, with their two children, and appeared to enjoy the world class tennis as well as the challenging mountain hikes and breathtaking views in the area.
Prince Albert (65) and Princess Charlene (45) also had their 8-year-old children at the tennis – twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella.
© Photos : Eric Mathon / Palais princier