Charlotte Casiraghi in a timeless dress at the Cannes screening of “Brother and Sister” with Marion Cotillard

What can we expect from a Chanel muse climbing the steps of the Cannes Film Festival? Charlotte Casiraghi lives up to her title as the most beautiful woman on the Rock. Princess Caroline’s daughter was seen in Cannes on the arm of her husband, Dimitri Rassam, in a beautiful midnight blue dress.

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Princess Caroline’s daughter and Carole Bouquet’s son at the Cannes Film Festival

The daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover went this Friday, May 20, to the filming of the movie Brother and Sister by Arnaud Desplechin. The stars of the film were eagerly awaited by the photographers, including Marion Cotillard, the lead of the film. On his side, the Oscar-winning actor saw Melvil Poupaud, Golshifteh Farahani, Patrick Timsit and Benjamin Siksou.

Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam at the Palais des Festivals to attend the screening of Brother and Sister in Cannes (Photo: David Nivière/Abacapress)

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Charlotte Casiraghi among the crowd of stars in Cannes

Xavier Dolan, Victoria Silvstedt and Eddy de Preto are among the celebrities invited to attend the film at the Palais des Festivals. Brother and Sister is the first French film in competition. Dimitri Rassam, the film producer, the son of Carole Bouquet and the producer Jean-Pierre Rassam, arrived at the foot of the famous red roads with his wife Charlotte Casiraghi.

Charlotte Casiraghi, 35, 11th in line to the Monegasque throne, wore a midnight blue Chanel satin dress with a large back. Hair is slicked back and pulled into a bun, the only embellishment given to this minimalist outfit are the simple diamond earrings.

Nicholas Fontaine

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Nicolas Fontaine has been a freelance web editor since 2014. After being a copywriter and writer for many Belgian and French brands and media, he specializes in royal news. Nicolas was the editor of the Histoires royales. nicolas@historiesroyales.fr


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