Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

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Celebrities flashed at the annual Monte-Carlo Gala for Planetary Health.

Carpets are slowly making a comeback amid the pandemic and not even remotely. Yesterday, Monaco hosted the annual Monte-Carlo Gala for Planetary Health, which brought together many celebrities.

Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

Among the guests of the event were Johnny Depp, Kate Beckinsale, Sienna Miller, Helen Mirren and her husband Taylor Hackford, Maisie Williams and her boyfriend Ruben Selby, Rebel Wilson and her new boyfriend Jacob Bush, Andy Garcia, Sting, models, designers, socialites and others. All the stars were wearing masks, but many took them off for photography.

Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

The Monte-Carlo Gala for Planetary Health is organized by the Prince Albert II of Monaco. This year it is dedicated to the ocean, Earth and humanity. It took place on Wednesday, September 24, on the terraces of the Opera Monte Carlo Theater. Traditionally, famous philanthropists, influencers, artists and performers, great intellectual and scientific figures are invited to the ball.

Kate Beckinsale, Johnny Depp, Sienna Miller on the biggest red carpet since the pandemic

Albert II and Charlene Wittstock

The guest of honor this year was the singer Sting. Following Leonardo DiCaprio, Orlando Bloom and Robert Redford, Sting, the 17th Grammy winner, was recognized this year for his contribution to the preservation of the planet and indigenous communities.

Photo source: Legion-Media

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