Princess Stephanie as an 80s star with her family at the Fight Aids Monaco gala

Princess Stephanie as an 80s star with her family at the Fight Aids Monaco gala
Princess Stephanie as an 80s star with her family at the Fight Aids Monaco gala

This Saturday, July 6, Princess Stéphanie of Monaco brought together her family, her loved ones and the patrons of her Fight Aids Monaco foundation at the Sporting Monte-Carlo for a crazy evening on the theme of the 80s. Surrounded by her daughters and Prince Albert II, Princess Stéphanie was of course the star of the evening, herself at the origin of a global hit released in 1986.

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An evening that brings back the sweet memories of Stéphanie de Monaco in the 80s

Could there be a more fitting theme for this evening hosted by Princess Stephanie? The Fight Aids Monaco charity evening took place this Saturday, July 6 in the Salle des Etoiles at the Sporting Monte-Carlo. This year, Princess Stephanie’s association had chosen an 80s theme, allowing guests and patrons to choose colorful outfits.

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The 80s are of course the AIDS years. HIV was identified on May 20, 1983. As a party and a show, the 80s evoke many other things, especially when it comes to music. Who can forget that Princess Stephanie of Monaco herself was a star of the 80s? In 1986, the second daughter of Prince Rainier III released the song Hurricanewhich is still on everyone’s mind today.

Camilla Gottlieb, Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Stephanie of Monaco and Pauline Ducruet pictured at the Fight Aids Monaco 2024 gala on the theme of the 80s (Photo: David Nivière/ABACAPRESS.COM)

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Prince Albert II, Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb at the concert Stars 80 Encore !

Arriving this Saturday, July 6 at the Sporting Monte-Carlo, on the arm of a drag queen, Princess Stéphanie wore a creation by her eldest daughter for the Fight Aids gala evening. Princess Stéphanie was dressed in Alter, the brand of Pauline Ducruet. Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb, Princess Stéphanie’s two daughters, also joined their mother to show her their support. Prince Albert II, 66, who wore an orange t-shirt with a logo Stars 80was also present at the charity evening.

Prince Albert II wears an orange Stars 80 t-shirt and Princess Stéphanie wears an outfit from Alter, the clothing brand created by her eldest daughter (Photo: David Nivière/ABACAPRESS.COM)
Princess Stephanie reunites with singer Sabrina, known for her hit “Boys, boys, boys” (Photo: David Nivière/ABACAPRESS.COM)

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The Fight Aids Monaco gala takes place every year to benefit the fight against AIDS. The NGO supports people living with HIV and provides HIV prevention. The association was founded in 2004 by Princess Stéphanie of Monaco and is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. By creating this foundation, the princess wanted “that these vulnerable people, often fighting alone and in secret, can be welcomed in a calm, safe and non-judgmental place”explains Fight Aids Monaco.

Princess Stephanie on stage with Hervé Aeschbach, director of Fight Aids Monaco. At the back of the stage, host Marc Toesca and Prince Albert II (Photo: David Nivière/ABACAPRESS.COM)

The party evening welcomed the phenomenon with 4.5 million spectators on stage. The show Stars 80 Encore ! is the return on tour of the glories of the 80s who for several years now have been crisscrossing France to sing their hits. In 2013, following the success of the film Stars 80, a tour was organized with singers who had recorded hits during the 80s. For more than 10 years now, this tour has had several seasons and the show Encore ! brings together on stage Sabrina, Emile & Images, Patrick Hernandez, Jean-Pierre Mader, William from Début de Soirée, Christiane from Zouk Machine but also Joniece Jamison, Phil Barney and Vivien Savage.

Nicolas Fontaine

Editor in Chief

Nicolas Fontaine has been a copywriter and author for many Belgian and French brands and media. A specialist in royal family news, Nicolas founded the website Histoires royales, of which he is the editor-in-chief. [email protected]



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