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“It makes you feel like you’re royal,” Willow Smith said as she gazed up at the splendor of the Ritz Paris suite, the site of a Chanel party on Monday night.

She actually had a third eye pasted bindi-style to her forehead. “It’s a bobble eye that moves around. My makeup artist suggested it. I wish I could see it,” she said.

With her mother, Jada Pinkett Smith, looking on from a plush sofa, the teenager performed an acoustic version of “November 9,” a song she wrote as a reaction to Donald Trump’s election as president.

Willow Smith Chanel Métiers d'Art 2016 Ritz Hotel party

Willow Smith performing at the party  Stephane Feugere/WWD

“Baby girl, I know you’re tired. Don’t let the world put out your fire,” she sang.

Chanel privatized the mythic hotel for Karl Lagerfeld’s latest Métiers d’Art collection.  A trio of shows are scheduled for Tuesday — timed with lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

French singer and actress Cécile Cassel, just out of the recording studio in her jeans and David Bowie T-shirt, wandered through the prestige suits agog.

“It’s my first time at the Ritz. I know the song, that’s all,” she said, taking in the view of the Place Vendôme with its column framed by Christmas trees.

It wasn’t the first time for Pharrell Williams. “About 10 years ago, I did a shoot here with Catherine Deneuve,” he recalled.

And what’s important to him in a hotel room? “A comfortable bed, and a next-level bathroom,” he said.

Lily-Rose Depp, Alma Jodorowsky, Gaspard Ulliel and Taiwanese actress Gwei Lun-Mei were among guests who tread the plush carpets of the Windsor, Imperial and Proust suites.

Gwei Lun-Mei just wrapped “The Beautiful Accident,” a comedy in which a “serious lawyer” is transferred into the body of a mom.

Ulliel had his first stay at the Ritz as a seven-year-old. “I remember the high ceilings,” he said. “It’s very impressive.”

In January, the actor starts filming Benoit Jacquot’s psychological thriller “Eva” opposite Isabelle Huppert and then he heads to Vietnam for “Les Confins du Monde,” an Indochina-war drama also starring Gerard Depardieu.