Rosberg and Princess Charlene are Winners at Monaco Grand Prix

German racing driver Nico Rosberg may have been the surprise winner in today’s Monaco Grand Prix, but all eyes were also on the Principality’s Princess Charlene who looked racy, fabulous and totally stylish throughout the weekend’s events.

Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Gaetan Luci / Palais Princier de Monaco

Rosberg’s Mercedes team-mate, British racer Lewis Hamilton, was devastated when a decision (which he has confirmed both he and Mercedes made) to take a pit stop after Max Verstappen’s crash, and the safety car being brought out, resulted in him losing his lead.

Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Gaetan Luci / Palais Princier de Monaco

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel (also from Germany) and Rosberg were able to pass before Hamilton finished the pit stop, and he was never able to regain his position in the Formula 1 race.

Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Gaetan Luci / Palais Princier de Monaco

The Prince’s Palace of Monaco uploaded the spectacular photos on this page together with a message that today’s 73rd Monaco Grand Prix was filled with twists and suspense. And there were also a lot of laughs and smiles for and from Princess Charlene.

Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Gaetan Luci / Palais Princier de Monaco
Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Gaetan Luci / Palais Princier de Monaco

Prince Albert II and his wife, former South African Olympic swimmer, Princess Charlene (nee Wittstock) were on the podium to congratulate the winners.

Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Gaetan Luci / Palais Princier de Monaco

Yesterday evening the royal couple also held a cocktail event for all the Grand Prix racers.

Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
Photos : Gaetan Luci/Palais Princier
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Qualifying rounds in Monaco yesterday. © Photo : Gaetan Luci / Palais Princier de Monaco
Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
Princess Charlene tries out a BMW hybrid before the race today.. © Photo : Frédéric Nebinger / Palais Princier de Monaco

This is Rosberg’s third consecutive win at the Monaco Grand Prix, making him the first person since Ayrton Senna to win three in a row.

Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Frédéric Nebinger / Palais Princier de Monaco

In a combined interview with Rosberg on the official F1 website (before the race), Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone criticised today’s winner and fellow German racer Vettel for not having higher profiles to encourage more fans of the sport.

Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Frédéric Nebinger / Palais Princier de Monaco

In Germany attendance has reached such a low that the Formula 1 event in that country has been cancelled this year for the first time since 1960. Ecclestone said racers like Lewis Hamilton, who is treated like a hero in the UK, do more for the sport because they are in the public eye more. (Just this week Hamilton took time out to pose with fans during the Cannes Film Festival.)

Below are just some of the photos uploaded by the Prince’s Palace, showing the Princess – and mother – looking beautiful, stylish and more importantly, happy.

Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Frédéric Nebinger / Palais Princier de Monaco
Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Frédéric Nebinger / Palais Princier de Monaco
Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Frédéric Nebinger / Palais Princier de Monaco
Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Frédéric Nebinger / Palais Princier de Monaco
Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Frédéric Nebinger / Palais Princier de Monaco
Princess Charlene at the Monaco Grand Prix
© Photo : Frédéric Nebinger / Palais Princier de Monaco
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