Princess Charlene of Monaco put on a dazzling display as she stepped out for a glittering awards ceremony in Monte-Carlo tonight.
The Zimbabwe-born royal stunned in a blush pink gown for the closing ceremony and Golden Nymph awards of the 58th Monte Carlo TV Festival.
Charlene, 40, wore her trademark blonde crop swept back and added a pair of dazzling gold earrings to complete her show-stopping look.
The dress she wore for the red carpet event was a full-skirted sleeveless number featuring a daring v-shaped neckline.
She was joined by stars including Jessica Brown Findlay and Eleanor Tomlinson at the star-studded event.
Charlene could be seen chatting to reporters on the red carpet before posing for a group shot with Charles Berling, Pedro Alonso and Thierry Fremon.
The festival, which was opened last Friday, is free to the public and was originally created by Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and now under the Honorary Presidency of Prince Albert II.
The southern African beauty, who is mother to three-year-old twins Gabriella and Jacques, appeared without her husband Prince Albert at the glitzy event.
The Monégasque royal, a former Olympic swimmer, is a committed philanthropist and often draws on her athletic connections to raise money for the fund established in her name.
Charlene and Albert tied the knot in 2011 after five years together, going public with their relationship at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin.
Prince Albert is the son of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III of Monaco.
Originally published at Daily Mail