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Princess Stéphanie of Monaco attends 44th International Circus Festival in Monaco

Princess Stéphanie of Monaco appears in high spirits as she joins her children including eldest daughter Pauline Ducruet for the 44th International Circus Festival in Monaco

  • Princess Stéphanie of Monaco attended International Circus Festival in Monaco 
  • Royal joined by her children Pauline Ducruet, Louis Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
  • The international circus festival is being held in Monte Carlo from January 16-26

Princess Stéphanie of Monaco appeared in high spirits as she joined her three children, including eldest daughter Pauline Ducruet, for the 44th International Circus Festival in Monaco.

The royal, 54, oozed style and sophistication as she joined Pauline, 25, son Louis Ducruet, 27, and daughter Camille Gottlieb, 21, for the colourful event in Monte Carlo on January 19. 

The mother-of-three, who is the youngest child of actress Grace Kelly and the sister of Albert II, donned a knee-length red coat layered over a pair of smart black trousers as she greeted acrobats and performers at the global circus extravaganza. 

Princess Stéphanie of Monaco (right) joined her eldest daughter Pauline Ducruet (left) for the 44th International Circus Festival in Monaco

The royal, 54, looked beautiful in a knee-length red coat layered over a pair of smart black trousers as she greeted performers at the event

The royal, 54, looked beautiful in a knee-length red coat layered over a pair of smart black trousers as she greeted performers at the event

The princess was joined by her daughter Pauline Ducruet (left), son Louis Ducruet (second from right) and daughter Camille Gottlieb (right)

The princess was joined by her daughter Pauline Ducruet (left), son Louis Ducruet (second from right) and daughter Camille Gottlieb (right)

Princess Stéphanie, who is president of the international circus event, teamed her elegant ensemble with a pair of black shoes and a slick red handbag over her shoulder. 

The royal, whose dark glossy were styled into a short bob, complemented her look with a pair silver earrings.   

Meanwhile Pauline sported an oversized grey chequered blazer over a white T-shirt as she joined her mother and siblings for the celebration.

The young royal teamed her look with a pair of blue jeans and smart black shoes which featured a gold buckle at the top.

Letting her brown locks rest gently against her shoulders, Pauline accessorised her look with a pair of silver watches and silver dangling earrings. 

Princess Stéphanie donned an elegant red coat as she joined her children for the large circus celebration

Princess Stéphanie donned an elegant red coat as she joined her children for the large circus celebration 

The royal, whose dark locks were styled into a short bob, appeared in high spirits as she sat down to watch the show in Monaco

The royal, whose dark locks were styled into a short bob, appeared in high spirits as she sat down to watch the show in Monaco

Daughter Pauline sported an oversized grey chequered blazer as she sat down for the event with her mother

Daughter Pauline sported an oversized grey chequered blazer as she sat down for the event with her mother 

The annual international circus festival, which is being held from January 16-26, sees the world’s best performers come before an audience to demonstrate their craft.

This year, the festival celebrated the horse which has played a prominent role in circus performances for hundreds of years. 

Among the performers at this year’s annual festival was Clown Henry Ayala, Duo Vladimir, Clown Elastic and La Troupe Acrobatique de Shandong.    

Princess Stéphanie, whose father Prince Ranier III of Monaco created the the first festival in 1974, is a patron of the eye-catching show and also helps to oversee the acts that will perform and the choreography. 

Pauline smiled at the crowds as she watched the performers take to the stage for the annual festival

Pauline smiled at the crowds as she watched the performers take to the stage for the annual festival

The princess, who is president of the international circus event, waved to the crowds

The princess, who is president of the international circus event, waved to the crowds

The annual festival, which began in 1974, sees the world's best performers come before an audience to demonstrate their craft

The annual festival, which began in 1974, sees the world’s best performers come before an audience to demonstrate their craft

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