Princess Charlene is spoiling us with so many appearances these days. Having been back in Monaco for a day or two, the Princess of Monaco visited the Blood Transfusion Center at the Princess Grace Hospital Centre.

Princess Charlene visits the Princess Grace Hospital in LV December 2019

The visit was also sentimental to Her Serene Highness as she visited the maternity ward to greet the new mothers. Princess Charlene had given birth to the twins on the same day five years ago. This reminds me; happy birthday, Gabriella. Happy birthday, Gabriella!

Princess Charlene and Prince Albert first photos with the twins

Princess Charlene and Prince Albert first photos with the twins on December 22nd, 2014.

I may have been following the Princely Couple for too long, because this feels just like yesterday. Look how tiny they were in their Baby Dior rompers!

(in a different colour)

For today’s look, the Princess chose a two-colored monogram tweed dress and a monogram tweed jacket by Louis Vuitton.

(in a different colour)

This two-colored dress features a middle oversized zipper with a black knit top and monogrammed tweed skirt in grey and purple. If this dress looks familiar, read on to find out why.

(in a different colour)

This monogram tweed jacket by Louis Vuitton has a classic shape with a modern touch provided by the bi-colour monogrammed tweed with a slightly shiny finish. The jacket features a contrasting collar, welt pockets and half belt, all in black leather.

Princess Charlene accessorized the LV ensemble with Stuart Weitzman Reserve Boots. Char has been wearing Stuart Weitzman footwear since at least 2012. This pair is a new spin of Weitzman’s 5050 style (which the princess also owns), the front 50 is suede and the heel is just 1.75 inches high. They’re available for $645 on Revolve.

(in a different colour)

Opinions are mixed regarding Her Serene Highness’s outfit. Some think the monogram is not fit for a royal, others think it’s super cool. I’m the latter, I like the shorter skirt with the boots, gives the look 70’s vibes. As for the logo, royal ladies have worn Louis Vuitton bags with the logo on them for years, why not have the logo on clothes?

Princess Charlene visits the Princess Grace Hospital Center in Louis Vuitton

The Arbre de Noel will take place on the 18th at the Palais Princier. As usual, children of the prinicipality will be welcomed with gifts by the Princely Family. Princess Charlene skipped the event last year, but hopefully she’ll be this year as she’s always so happy around children!

What do you think?