Cameron Diaz and Leonardo DiCaprio with TAG Heuer at the Monaco Grand Prix

Hollywood stars Cameron Diaz and Leonardo DiCaprio celebrated the 71st Monaco Grand Prix with HSH Prince Albert II in partnership with TAG Heuer.


The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most renowned events of the motor-sporting calendar, as celebrities and sports fans enjoy an unrivalled weekend of fast cars and shining Monte Carlo sun.

This year was no exception, with celebrities out in force to celebrate the 71st Monaco Grand Prix from the 22-26 June, including TAG Heuer ambassadors Cameron Diaz and Leonardo DiCaprio. Representing iconic watch brand TAG Heuer, the American actors whiled away the weekend as guests of honour to celebrate the ongoing partnership between TAG Heuer and the annual Formula One event.

On Saturday they attended an exclusive TAG Heuer cocktail party onboard the watchmaker's yacht in Port Hercules. They were joined not only by HSH Prince Albert II but also numerous Formula One heros including Jenson Button, Sergio Perez and Romain Grosjean, the drivers of TAG Heuer's longtime partner, McLaren Vodafone Mercedes. Sunday saw the pair trackside, watching the exciting race unfold.

Cameron Diaz kept cool in a stunning white Roland Mouret dress, which she paired with TAG Heuer's Monaco ACM chronograph watch, while Leonardo DiCaprio chose an oversized, sporty TAG Heuer Monaco 24, his favourite style from the luxury Swiss watchmakers. 

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