Pauline Ducruet, Princess Stéphanie of Monaco’s teenage daughter, is already showcasing some serious style credentials.
Pauline Ducruet, 19, joined her family at the Summer Monaco Fight AIDS Gala wearing a sharp monochrome ensemble brightened up with chunky red wedges.
Making for a very handsome family, Pauline Ducruet, brother Louis, 20, and their mother seemingly coordinated their matching monochrome outfits.
Pauline, daughter of Princess Stéphanie and Daniel Ducruet, has clearly taken some style tips from her former model and swimwear designer mother.
Her 48-year-old mother’s fashion career began early on an apprentice programme at Christian Dior.
Just a year later, Princess Stéphanie debuted as a model in Spanish magazine ¡Hola!, followed by appearances in German Vogue and the American edition of Vanity Fair.
In 1986, Stéphanie launched a swimwear line, Pool Position, and three years later she launched her own self-titled perfume.
Pauline Ducruet holds no title but is eighth in line to the Monegasque throne. Her grandparents are Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly and her cousin is Charlotte Casiraghi – the current face of Gucci.
Like her aunt, Princess Charlene, Pauline Ducruet is an excellent swimmer and competed in the Youth Olympic Games for diving.
Pauline Ducruet’s sporting talents are clearly inherited – her great-grandfather John Kelly – father of her late grandmother Princess Grace – won three Olympic gold medals for rowing in the 1920s, while her uncle Prince Albert II has bobsleighed at five winter Olympics.