From October 4th to 6th, the second long-awaited edition of the Influencer Awards Monaco, a gala created by Princess Pauline Ducruet, will take place. But the young woman has just given up the presidency of the jury for professional reasons.

In 2018, Pauline Ducruet teamed up with her friends Lolita Abraham, Thomas Peeters, and Maxime Giaccardi to create the first edition of the Influencer Awards Monaco, which rewards the greatest international influencers in different categories. Pauline Ducruet was also the president of the jury, alongside her mother, Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her sister, Camille Gottlieb. A ceremony that was a great success, hosting a bevy of web stars such as Caroline Receveur and Mario Dedivanovic. And this summer, we learned that the second edition would take place from October 4th to 6th, with the awards ceremony on October 6th, with more than 360 guest influencers.

A very busy career

Pauline Ducruet was already hard at work on this project and was to be the chair of the jury again. But the young woman, who lives in New York and spent her holidays in Lebanon and Turkey, decided to decline this proposal and to hand over to another president (or president) whose identity is still unknown. The reasons are professional: her creative career in the Alter Designs clothing line, which is already a great success, now requires her full attention. It is thus with much pain that she declines the presidency of this project which she founded, but she has blessed this future edition with her best wishes.

*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.