Saturday night and the lights were low Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her family had just the place to go.Prince Albert’s sister attended the Fight Aids Monaco Gala with her children Louis Ducruet, Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb on July 24. Louis was joined by his wife Marie Chevallier, while Pauline was accompanied by Maxime Giaccardi, who, according to Paris Match, is her boyfriend.
The Monegasque royals appeared to adhere to the gala’s ABBA dress code with Pauline wearing a long gold shirt from her non-binary and sustainable brand Alter. Maxime complemented his girlfriend sporting a matching gold shirt.
Meanwhile, Stephanie opted for white trousers, a red floral print blouse and a kimono for the occasion. Like her mother, Camille also stepped out wearing pants, printed ones, teamed with a black crop top and matching jacket, while Marie donned a pink cape dress.
The evening featured a tribute show to the iconic Swedish pop group, ABBA, as well as a raffle hosted by Marc Toesca and the Princess’ youngest daughter, Camille. Maxime took to his Instagram on Sunday to share photos of himself and Pauline from the gala. Alongside the pictures, he wrote: “Dancing queen 👑 @fight_aids_monaco.”
Princess Stephanie is president of Fight Aids Monaco and founded the non-profit organization in 2004.