Charlotte Casiraghi scored high in the style stakes when she attended a Paris Fashion Week event on Wednesday.
Dressed to the nines, the stunning royal wowed in a floor-length, pristine white dress. Charlotte's petite waist was accentuated by the cut-out sides, while her sleeveless top showed off her tanned and toned arms.
The second child of Princess Caroline added a touch of sparkle to her look with metallic smokey eye make-up, which matched the sequins on her dress.
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Charlotte, 27, was attending the Vogue Foundation Gala at Palais Galliera with a friend. The mum of baby Raphäel had left her seven-month-old son at home as well as her comedian boyfriend Gad Elmaleh.
The couple, who have been together since January 2012, welcomed their firstborn last December in the same maternity ward where Charlotte was born in Monaco. Raphäel was baptised in late June in the royal chapel of Monaco's palace.
Charlotte Casiraghi competes in the Paris Eiffel Jumping contest
Since the arrival of the little tot, Charlotte has made a few post-baby appearances and is gradually stepping back into the limelight. The accomplished equestrian recently took the top prize on day two of the International Monte-Carlo show jumping event.
Charlotte was competing for the Longines Pro-Am Cup with her team mate Edwina Tops-Alexander, who together made up team Gucci. The pair were awarded their trophy by none other than Charlotte's mum Princess Caroline.
She was also most recently seen competing in the Paris Eiffel Jumping, presented by Gucci at Champ-de-Mars.
Gad Elmaleh and Charlotte Casiraghi
Her passion for horse-riding led to Charlotte being chosen as the face of Gucci's equestrian clothes range, followed by a plum assignment to model their main line too.
Last May Charlotte was revealed as the new face of the Gucci Cosmetics collection. The brunette beauty once again worked with Frida Giannini, the fashion house's creative director, on her latest venture.
"I have great admiration for her both as a designer and a strong and visionary woman," said Charlotte in a statement, while Frida called Monaco's royal darling "a natural choice" given her success, sophistication and "striking beauty".