Caroline de Monaco took out the pearls to shine with Charlotte Casiraghi: sublime mother and daughter in Chanel: the slideshow

Caroline de Monaco took out the pearls to shine with Charlotte Casiraghi: sublime mother and daughter in Chanel: the slideshow

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Princess Caroline of Hanover, wearing a Chanel blouse, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Princess Caroline of Hanover, Prince Albert II of Monaco, and Charlotte Casiraghi during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince’s prize on the last day of the competition was was handed over to Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts.

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Charlotte Casiraghi, dressed in a Chanel dress, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule at Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Max Kuhner, Diane Fissore, President of the Monegasque Equestrian Federation and organizer of Jumping, Charlotte Casiraghi, Prince Albert II of Monaco, Jan Tops, former international rider and creator of the Longines Global Champions Tour, and Xavier Ligero of Longines during Jumping Monaco International, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Princess Caroline of Hanover, Prince Albert II of Monaco, Charlotte Casiraghi and her husband Dimitri Rassam during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince’s prize on the last day of the competition was delivered to Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Charlotte Casiraghi, Prince Albert II of Monaco and Diane Fissore, President of the Monegasque Equestrian Federation and organizer of Jumping, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince’s prize on the last day of the competition was delivered to Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Charlotte Casiraghi, Diane Fissore, President of the Monegasque Equestrian Federation and organizer of Jumping, and Prince Albert II of Monaco during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince’s prize on the last day of the competition was delivered to Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Princess Caroline of Hanover, wearing a Chanel blouse, and Prince Albert II of Monaco during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince’s prize on the last day of the competition was presented at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts.

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Charlotte Casiraghi, in Chanel, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Princess Caroline of Hanover, wearing a Chanel blouse, Prince Albert II of Monaco, and Charlotte Casiraghi during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince’s prize during the last day of the competition was postponed to Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Charlotte Casiraghi, in Chanel, Prince Albert II of Monaco and Jan Tops, former international rider and creator of the Longines Global Champions Tour, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The price of the Prince Sovereign on the last day of the competition was handed over to Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Princess Caroline of Hanover, wearing a Chanel blouse, and Prince Albert II of Monaco during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince’s prize on the last day of the competition was presented at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Charlotte Casiraghi (wearing Chanel) during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Princess Caroline of Hanover and Prince Albert II of Monaco during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded on the Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Charlotte Casiraghi, Prince Albert II of Monaco and Diane Fissore, President of the Monegasque Equestrian Federation and organizer of Jumping, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince’s prize on the last day of the competition was delivered to Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Charlotte Casiraghi, in Chanel, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Charlotte Casiraghi during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts. © Bruno Bebert / Bestimage
Monaco International Jumping during the 16 th Longines Global Champions Tour , Monaco on 02/07/2022

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Charlotte Casiraghi, Prince Albert II of Monaco and Jan Tops, former international rider and creator of the Longines Global Champions Tour, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince’s prize during of the last day of the competition was delivered to Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts. © Bruno Bebert / Bestimage
Monaco International Jumping during the 16 th Longines Global Champions Tour , Monaco on 02/07/2022

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Charlotte Casiraghi, wearing a Chanel dress, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule in Monaco . Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Charlotte Casiraghi congratulates Max Kuhner during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Jan Tops, former international rider and creator of the Longines Global Champions Tour, and Charlotte Casiraghi, wearing a Chanel dress, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize during the last day of the competition was handed over to Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Max Kuhner, in the center, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Max Kuhner during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince prize on the last day of the competition was awarded at Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts

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Princess Caroline of Hanover, Prince Albert II of Monaco, and Charlotte Casiraghi during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, on July 2, 2022. The Sovereign Prince’s prize on the last day of the competition was was handed over to Port Hercule in Monaco. Austrian rider Max Kuhner finished first, followed by Irish Darragh Kenny and Belgian Olivier Philippaerts.

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Charlotte Casiraghi, Diane Fissore, President of the Monegasque Equestrian Federation and organizer of Jumping, Prince Albert II of Monaco and Jan Tops, former international rider and creator of the Longines Global Champions Tour, during the Jumping International de Monaco, 16th edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour, July 2, 2022

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