The Rose Ball was created by Princess Grace of Monaco in 1954

By Lindsay Kimble
Updated March 20, 2016 11:25 AM

Fashion fit for the red carpet!

Monaco’s very own Kate and Wills went for jaw-dropping glamour at the annual Bal de la Rose on Saturday.

Pierre Casiraghi – seventh in line to Monaco’s throne – and new wife Beatrice stunned in complimentary looks for the Ball, held at the Monte-Carlo’s Club’s Salle des étoiles, with the Italian heiress donning a larger-than-life tulle Giambattista Valli gown.

Pierre, 28, opted for a double-breasted black tux, while his wife accessorized with a silver statement pendant and earrings.

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The Rose Ball, which was created by Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco in 1954, brings together royals with members of high society. In addition, the lavish celebration raises money for the Princess Grace Foundation. The spectacular venue features a retractable roof, and the ball was topped off by the overhead firework displays.

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Pierre’s siblings Charlotte (unescorted), 29, Andrea, 31, and his wife Tatiana Santo Domingo, 32, were also in attendance, while Princess Caroline of Hanover’s youngest child, Princess Alexandra, 16, made her grand Rose Ball debut in a blush pink gown.

The evening’s other host Prince Albert – whose wife Princess Charlene skipped the event – posed with his family and mingled with designer Karl Lagerfeld, who conceptualized the party’s Cuban theme.

Guests in black-tie walked through sugar canes and drank themed drinks like mojitos while Cuban reggaeton performers entertained.

With reporting by PETER MIKELBANK