Monaco's royal family was out in full force Saturday night at the 61st annual Rose Ball. Prince Albert, Princess Caroline along with her son Pierre Casiraghi and daughter Charlotte Casiraghi all attended the glamorous affair. Pierre's fiancée Beatrice Borromeo also joined the regal crew in what would be her last time at the event before the family officially becomes her in-laws.
Charlotte, who welcomed her first son Raphäel in December 2013, looked as chic as ever in a sequined pink and black dress. The equestrian star's partner Gad Elmaleh, who is father to one-year-old Raphäel, was unable to attend.
For the event, an equally dazzling 29-year-old Beatrice sported a silver gown and wore her golden locks in lose waves, displaying a stunning diamond necklace and matching earrings. The Newsweek journalist and her future husband then hit the dancefloor, showing off their moves with 28-year-old Charlotte as singerLily Allen performed.
Princess Charlene was unable to be by her husband Prince Albert's side at the event. The former Olympic swimmer was home taking care of her newborn twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabrielle — the latter of whom had been feeling under the weather according to local media outlets.
Chanel maestro Karl Lagerfeld made his way to Monaco for the affair that supports the late Princess Grace Foundation. He wore a black suit and his trademark sunglasses.
Pierre's older brother Andrea Casiraghi and his wife Tatiana Santo Domingo also missed the ball as they are awaiting the imminent arrival of their second child. It had been speculated that heavily pregnant Tatiana would not make the party as our sister publication in Spain, HOLA! reported on Friday that a source said the 31-year-old will give birth in the next "five or 10 days." Tatiana, who wed her long-term love Andrea in August 2014 after seven years of dating, is already mother to two-year-old Sascha.