Slideshow Charlene of Monaco reappears and dares to wear glamorous lipstick, while not noticing the absence of her son Jack!

Slideshow Charlene of Monaco reappears and dares to wear glamorous lipstick, while not noticing the absence of her son Jack!

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Charlene of Monaco reappears and dares to wear a charming lipstick, notice the absence of her son Jack!

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SEMI-EXCLUSIVE – Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriella of Monaco and Countess Carladis on the balcony of the Prince’s Palace to celebrate Christie’s body (Domini’s body) in Monaco. Every year on the Thursday following Trinity, sixty days after Easter. It celebrates the true presence of Jesus Christ under the manifestations of the bread and wine that became his body and blood. © Cyril Douderny / Nice Matin / Bestmag

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SEMI-EXCLUSIVE – Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriella of Monaco and Countess Carladis on the balcony of the Prince’s Palace to celebrate Corpus Christi (Body of Domini) in Monaco, June 16, 2022. This Catholic holiday, instituted by Pope Urban IV in 1264, is held every year on Thursday after Trinity, sixty days after Easter. It celebrates the true presence of Jesus Christ under the manifestations of the bread and wine that became his body and blood. © Cyril Douderny / Nice Matin / Bestmag

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SEMI-EXCLUSIVE – Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriella of Monaco and Countess Carladis on the balcony of the Prince’s Palace to celebrate Corpus Christi (Body of Domini) in Monaco, June 16, 2022. This Catholic holiday, instituted by Pope Urban IV in 1264, is held every year on Thursday after Trinity, sixty days after Easter. It celebrates the true presence of Jesus Christ under the manifestations of the bread and wine that became his body and blood. © Cyril Douderny / Nice Matin / Bestmag

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SEMI-EXCLUSIVE – Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriella of Monaco and Countess Carladis on the balcony of the Prince’s Palace to celebrate Corpus Christi (Body of Domini) in Monaco, June 16, 2022. This Catholic holiday, instituted by Pope Urban IV in 1264, is held every year on Thursday after Trinity, sixty days after Easter. It celebrates the true presence of Jesus Christ under the manifestations of the bread and wine that became his body and blood. © Cyril Douderny / Nice Matin / Bestmag

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SEMI-EXCLUSIVE – Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriella of Monaco and Countess Carladis on the balcony of the Prince’s Palace to celebrate Corpus Christi (Body of Domini) in Monaco, June 16, 2022. This Catholic holiday, instituted by Pope Urban IV in 1264, is held every year on Thursday after Trinity, sixty days after Easter. It celebrates the true presence of Jesus Christ under the manifestations of the bread and wine that became his body and blood. © Cyril Douderny / Nice Matin / Bestmag

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SEMI-EXCLUSIVE – Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriella of Monaco and Countess Carladis on the balcony of the Prince’s Palace to celebrate Corpus Christi (Body of Domini) in Monaco, June 16, 2022. This Catholic holiday, instituted by Pope Urban IV in 1264, is held every year on Thursday after Trinity, sixty days after Easter. It celebrates the true presence of Jesus Christ under the manifestations of the bread and wine that became his body and blood. © Cyril Douderny / Nice Matin / Bestmag

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SEMI-EXCLUSIVE – Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriella of Monaco and Countess Carladis on the balcony of the Prince’s Palace to celebrate Corpus Christi (Body of Domini) in Monaco, June 16, 2022. This Catholic holiday, instituted by Pope Urban IV in 1264, is held every year on Thursday after Trinity, sixty days after Easter. It celebrates the true presence of Jesus Christ under the manifestations of the bread and wine that became his body and blood. © Cyril Douderny / Nice Matin / Bestmag

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No Tabloïds – Prince Albert II of Monaco with his children, Prince Jacques of Monaco, Marquis de Baaux and Princess Gabriella of Monaco, Countess of Carlades, in a horse-drawn carriage to go to the third meeting of the Fête des Fiefs of the Grimaldi Historic Sites in Monaco © Sebastien Botella / Nice Matin / Bestimage

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No Tabloïds – Prince Albert II of Monaco with his children, Prince Jacques of Monaco, Marquis de Baaux and Princess Gabriella of Monaco, Countess of Carlades, in a horse-drawn carriage to go to the third meeting of the Fête des Fiefs of the Grimaldi Historic Sites in Monaco © Sebastien Botella / Nice Matin / Bestimage

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No Tabloïds – Prince Albert II of Monaco with his children, Prince Jacques of Monaco, Marquis de Baaux and Princess Gabriella of Monaco, Countess of Carlades, in a horse-drawn carriage to go to the third meeting of the Fête des Fiefs of the Grimaldi Historic Sites in Monaco © Sebastien Botella / Nice Matin / Bestimage

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No Tabloïds – Prince Albert II of Monaco with his children, Prince Jacques of Monaco, Marquis de Baaux and Princess Gabriella of Monaco, Countess of Carlades, in a horse-drawn carriage to go to the third meeting of the Fête des Fiefs of the Grimaldi Historic Sites in Monaco © Sebastien Botella / Nice Matin / Bestimage

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No Tabloïds – Prince Albert II of Monaco with his children, Prince Jacques of Monaco, Marquis de Baaux and Princess Gabriella of Monaco, Countess of Carlades, in a horse-drawn carriage to go to the third meeting of the Fête des Fiefs of the Grimaldi Historic Sites in Monaco © Sebastien Botella / Nice Matin / Bestimage

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Prince Albert of Monaco, Princess Charlene of Monaco during the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix 2022, in Monaco © Claudia Albuquerque / Bestimage

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