MONACO

MONACO NATIONAL DAY 2019

Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene and their twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella and members of The Princely Family – Princess Caroline of Hanover and children Andrea Casiraghi and wife Tatiana Santo Domingo Casiraghi, Pierre Casiraghi and wife Beatrice Borromeo, Princess Alexandra of Hanover, Princess Stephanie and son Louis Ducruet and wife Marie Hoa Chevallier – gathered together to celebrate Monaco’s National Day 2019.

The National Day of Monaco (French: La Fête du Prince) also known as The Sovereign Prince’s Day is currently annually celebrated on 19 November.

Official photo of the Princely Family of Monaco on the occasion of the Monegasque National Day.

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The celebration started with the traditional Mass at The Cathedral of Our Lady Inmaculate, sometimes called Saint Nicholas Cathedral or Monaco Cathedral.



Monaco National Day Mass

Prince Albert, Princess Charlene, Princess Caroline and Princess Stephanie were escorted from The Palace to the solemn service held in The Cathedral

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Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene arrived at the Cathedral.

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Prince Albert II.

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Princess Charlene.

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Princess Caroline and Princess Stephanie.

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Princess Stephanie.

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At their arrival they were greeted by His Excellency Bernard Barsi, Archbishop of Monaco.

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Meanwhile, young members of the Princely Family – Andrea Casiraghi and wife Tatiana Santo Domingo Casiraghi, Pierre Casiraghi and wife Beatrice Borromeo, Princess Alexandra of Hanover, Louis Ducruet and wife Marie Hoa Chevallier – walked from The Palace to the Cathedral.

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Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi.

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Beatrice Borromeo Casiraghi, Pierre Casiraghi and Alexandra of Hanover.

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Marie Hoa Chevallier and Louis Ducruet.

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Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casiraghi.



For The National Day, Tatiana Santo Domingo wore Dior outfit with a Rachel Trevor Morgan hat, Beatrice Borromeo and Princess Alexandra of Hanover also wore Dior.

Marie Ducruet opted for Catherine Walker coat and Jane Taylor hat.

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Marie Hoa Chevallier, Louis Ducruet and Princess Alexandra of Hanover

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Princess Alexandra of Hanover.

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Marie Hoa Chevallier, Louis Ducruet, Beatrice Borromeo, Pierre Casiraghi and Alexandra of Hanover.

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Beatrice Borromeo.



At the end of the religious service the guests left The Cathedral accompanied by Monseigneur Barsi.

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Prince Albert and Princess Charlene.

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The date of the National day is traditionally determined by the reigning Prince. The late Prince Rainier III chose 19 November, the day that celebrates St. Rainier. When his son Prince Albert II ascended the throne he ended this tradition by choosing the same day as his father, instead of the day of St. Albert, 15 November.

The 19 November also happens to be the same day of Albert II’s official ascension to the throne in 2005.

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Princess Caroline of Hanover.

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Princess Stephanie and Princess Caroline.

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Princess Stephanie of Monaco.



Monaco National Day Military Parade

After the Mass, the Military Parade took place. This year in honor of 90th anniversary of the birth of Princess Grace (1929-1982), her son Prince Albert invited the American Army’s Guard of Honor to the Palace.

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Princess Charlene and Prince Albert.

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On the balcony, Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II were joined by their twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella.

Princess Charlene wore Akris and Jimmy Choo pumps. Meanwhile Princess Gabriella wore Baby Dior Frill Dress and red coat from Akris.

Princess Gabriella red beret and Princess Charlene white hat were designed by Akris and realized by Gallia e Peter.

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Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques.

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The grandchildren of Princess Caroline of Hanover – Alexandre “Sacha”, India, Stefano, Maximilian “Max” and Francesco – also attended the festivities.

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Beatrice Borromeo and son Francesco Casiraghi, Princess Caroline of Hanover, India Casiraghi, Princess Alexandra of Hanover, Stefano Casiraghi and Alexandre Casiraghi.

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Princess Stephanie, Marie Hoa Chevallier and Louis Ducruet.

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Louis Ducruet and wife Marie Hoa Chevallier.

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Pierre Casiraghi and Stefano Casiraghi.

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Princess Caroline of Hanover and grandchildren India and Francesco Casiraghi.

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Princess Gabriella of Monaco.

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Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella.



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Pierre Casiraghi and Andrea Casiraghi.

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Andrea Casiraghi and wife Tatiana Santo Domingo Casiraghi and children Alexandre “Sacha” Casiraghi and India Casiraghi.

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Beatrice and her son Francesco.

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Sean Wittstock, Gareth Wittstock and Kaia-Rose Wittstock (Brothers and niece of Princess Charlene).



UPDATE!!! More Info About Royal Fashion

India Casiraghi wore La Oca Loca for Monaco National Day.



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