Prince Charles-Philippe of Orléans at the Bal de la Rose 2022 with Janet Jackson, Fanny Ardant and the Monegasque princely family

Prince Charles-Philippe of Orléans at the Bal de la Rose 2022 with Janet Jackson, Fanny Ardant and the Monegasque princely family

Many personalities responded to the invitation of Princess Caroline of Hanover. Le Bal de la Rose made a comeback this year on the theme of the 1920s, under the artistic direction of Christian Louboutin. Prince Charles-Philippe d’Orléans was among the guests of this charity evening, surrounded by other well-known figures such as Shirley Bassey and Janet Jackson.

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Le Bal de la Rose 2022: the 20s according to Louboutin

Monegasques, residents and friends of the Principality met at the Sporting Monte-Carlo on July 8 to attend the Bal de la Rose 2022. This annual charity ball, organized by the Société des Bains de Mer, for the benefit of the Princess Grace Foundation, chaired by Princess Caroline of Hanover, had not taken place for two years due to the health crisis.

Prince Albert II surrounded by Princess Caroline and Christian Louboutin at the Bal de la Rose 2022. Princess Caroline was able to count on the presence of her four children and all her stepchildren (Photo: David Niviere/ABACAPRESS.COM)

The theme of the charity ball in 2022 was the return to the 1920s. The creator of the famous red-soled shoes, Christian Louboutin, was in charge of the artistic creation, allowing the prestigious guests to immerse themselves in the Roaring Twenties. In addition to the children and stepchildren of Princess Caroline, who surrounded Prince Albert II, many personalities were present.

Prince Charles-Philippe d’Orléans, Duke of Anjou, and Naomi Kern at the Bal de la Rose 2022 (Photo: David Nivière/Abacapress)

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Prince Charles-Philippes of Orléans at the Bal de la Rose 2022

Prince Charles-Philippe d’Orléans, Duke of Anjou, was accompanied by the lovely Naomi Kern. The Duke of Anjou was able to meet personalities from French television and cinema. Host Stéphane Bern and actress Fanny Ardant were there.

The Duke of Anjou immersed in the Roaring Twenties according to Christian Louboutin (Photo: David Nivière/Abacapress)

The international star who attracted all the photographers was undoubtedly Janet Jackson. Michael Jackson’s sister wore a black dress with a rhinestone collar. Designer Christian Louboutin, who was photographed with each of his VIP guests, also bumped into model Sabrina Dhowre Elba, wife of actor Idris Elba.

Christian Louboutin and Janet Jackson at the entrance to the Salle des Etoiles at Sporting Monte-Carlo (Photo: David Nivière/Abacapress)

Among the guests were the essentials of Monegasque social evenings, such as the singer Shirley Bassey. The singer of the James Bond credits is a resident of Monaco. Jeweler Fawaz Gruosi and Lady Monika Bacardi were also spotted during the evening. Monika Bacardi, businesswoman, film producer and philanthropist, is the wife of Luis Bacardi, descendant of the founder of the Bacardi company.

The actress Fanny Ardant with Christian Louboutin (Photo: David Nivière/Abacapress)

The Bal de la Rose, organized by the Société des Bains de Mer (Monte-Carlo SBM), for the benefit of the Princess Grace Foundation, is a social evening but also and above all a charity evening. “The Ball is not for all that a simple social gathering, intended solely for the pleasures of celebration. Above all, it is a charity with an international influence., explains the Monte-Carlo SBM. To liven up the evening and raise funds, paintings and sculptures are offered in raffle lots.

Nicholas Fontaine

Chief Editor

Nicolas Fontaine has been a freelance web editor since 2014. After having been a copywriter and author for numerous Belgian and French brands and media, he specialized in royalty news. Nicolas is now editor-in-chief of Histoires royales. nicolas@historiesroyales.fr


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