Charlotte Siné, the Monegasque who conquered Charles Leclerc, the prodigy driver of F1

Number 1 supporter of her companion Charles Leclerc, the architecture student was in the front row of the Bahrain Grand Prix when the driver crossed the finish line on March 20.

“I’m going crazy, I can’t believe it!”, wrote Charlotte Siné in her Instagram story, when her companion Charles Leclerc crossed the finish line in first position. On the occasion of the Bahrain Grand Prix held on Sunday March 20, the 21-year-old Monegasque went to the Sakhir circuit to support her boyfriend since 2019. A presence that may have brought luck to the Scuderia Ferrari driver, who took first place on the podium, ahead of his teammate Carlos Sainz and Lewis Hamilton.

Under the Monaco sun

Born in September 1999, Charlotte Siné is the daughter of Emmanuel Siné, Managing Director of One Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer, the oldest and largest entertainment company in Monaco, which owns shopping centers, hotels, restaurants and more. and casinos within the principality. Under the sun of the principality, the young girl grew up surrounded by her parents and her sister, and began to document her life on her Instagram account, followed by 424,000 subscribers. Family trips, restaurants with friends, boat trips… She quickly created a community that liked to “like” her outfits and follow her dream daily life.

At the same time, she is pursuing studies inarchitecture, and is very interested in the world of fashion. She has also created her own shoe personalization brand, SINECREATIONS.

The big love

In 2019, Charlotte Siné crosses paths with Charles Leclerc, also Monegasque. On her Instagram account, she posts a photo of them on an Italian ski slope as an official. The couple would have met thanks to Giada Gianni, the former girlfriend of the motor racing champion, also a friend of Charlotte Siné. On June 22, 2021, they make their first public appearance on the red carpet of the 60and ceremony of the Golden Nymphs in Monte-Carlo.

Charlotte Siné and Charles Leclerc at the 60th Golden Nymphs ceremony. (Monte Carlo, June 22, 2021.) Abaca

Since then, both seem to spin the perfect love and the young woman gladly documents their outings on her social networks. She accompanies him on all the circuits, whether in Italy or Bahrain, and his heart now beats to the rhythm of Ferrari’s laps and the victories of his companion, to whom enthusiasts still predict many successes.