Princess Charlene shares Prince Jack, 5, and twin sister Gabriella



Princess Charlene of Monaco shared personal snapshots of her husband, Prince Albert, and the twins of the couple Prince Jack and Princess Gabriela, five, on social media showing the family in their formal attire for National Day celebrations on Thursday.

Princess Charlene, 42, posted on Saturday the cute pictures of her blonde-haired young son Jack wearing a navy suit and light blue tie identical to his father, as the couple posed for a photo in the extravagant interior of the Palace of Monaco. .

She paints the picture ‘so proud’. The royal also posted a second picture behind Princess Albert with their daughter Gabriella, Countess of Carlades, as she stood smiling behind her father, with her hands cheekily brought to her face. Her father was seen straight ahead, stifling a smile, in his full military uniform.

'So proud' Princess Charlene of Monaco, 42, shared pictures of blonde-haired Prince Jack, five, wearing a suit that matches his father, Prince Albert of Monaco, during photos taken on Thursday to celebrate Monaco's National Day.

‘So proud’ Princess Charlene of Monaco, 42, shared pictures of blonde-haired Prince Jack, five, wearing a suit that matches his father, Prince Albert of Monaco, during photos taken on Thursday to celebrate Monaco’s National Day.

In a second snap, Princess Gabriela, dressed in patent red shoes and a blue pleated dress with a white Peter Pan collar, stands behind her father and hopped her hands to her face as her father posed for photos.

In a second snap, Princess Gabriela, dressed in patent red shoes and a blue pleated dress with a white Peter Pan collar, stands behind her father and hopped her hands to her face as her father posed for photos.

Attention!  Five-year-old Prince Jack of Monaco, who is heir to the throne, joined his father Prince Albert to greet during the National Day celebrations Thursday.  The school boy was dressed in a miniature carabinieri uniform

Attention! Five-year-old Prince Jack of Monaco, who is heir to the throne, joined his father Prince Albert to greet during the National Day celebrations Thursday. The school boy was dressed in a miniature carabinieri uniform

Prince Jack took heir to the Monaco chair and showed that he is already a natural in the spotlight, sporting a matching carabinieri uniform to his father and helping with royal duties – including a sharp greeting – during official photos from the National Day celebrations.

Princess Gabriella, dressed in patent red shoes and a navy pleated dress with a white Peter Pan collar, looked to enjoy the solemn day, with both of the twins without masks, while adult members of the royal family wore them.

Princess Charlene’s article has already garnered over 20k likes and royal fans have heaped praise on the cute photos, with one writing: ‘Such beautiful pictures. May the Lord bless you. ‘

Magnificent photographs’, wrote another.

Prince Albert, 62, and his wife Princess Charlene, 42, joined their children as they led the royal family in celebrating the occasion with a mass and outdoor ceremony.

Princess Gabriella quickly joined her brother in a royal salute when they attended the medal ceremony at the Monaco Palace National Day celebrations

Princess Gabriella quickly joined her brother in a royal salute when they attended the medal ceremony at the Monaco Palace National Day celebrations

The boy could be seen adjusting his hat as he stood alongside his parents at the celebration earlier in the week

The boy could be seen adjusting his hat as he stood alongside his parents at the celebration earlier in the week

Princess Charlene cut a typical glamorous figure into a navy ensemble and a black face mask.  Her coat had a vibrant pink lining that offered a flash of color and she finished the look with a chic beret and delicate black gloves.

At one point she wrapped her arms around Gabriella (right), who was dressed in a cute sailor-style navy blue dress with red piping and contrasting Peter Pan collar.

Princess Charlene cut a glamorous figure into a navy ensemble. Her coat had a vibrant pink lining that offered a flash of color and she finished the look with a chic beret and delicate black gloves. At one point she wrapped her arms around Gabriella (right), who was dressed in a cute sailor-style navy blue dress with red piping and contrasting Peter Pan collar.

Monaco National Day, also known as the Sovereign Prince’s Day, is celebrated every year on November 19th.

The annual holiday takes place on the same day as Prince Albert of Monaco ascended to the throne. The date of the national day was traditionally determined by the reigning prince. The previous princesses often chose the day of the saints after whom they were named.

When Prince Albert II ascended the throne, he ended this tradition by choosing the same day as his father, Prince Reiner III.

National Day is usually celebrated with fireworks over the harbor the evening before and a crowd in St. Nicholas Cathedral the next morning.

The people of Monaco could celebrate by waving the Monegasque flag.

Members of the Prince of Monaco's Carabinieri Company march with judges in front of the courthouse before a mass in Monaco's Cathedral.

Members of the Prince of Monaco’s Carabinieri Company march with judges in front of the courthouse before a mass in Monaco Cathedral.

Their son Prince Jack looked adorable in his uniform when he joined his parents and twin sisters at the celebrations Thursday

Prince Jack

Their son Prince Jack looked adorable in his uniform when he joined his parents and twin sisters at the celebrations on Thursday

Jacques and Gabriella are not the only young royals in this attendance. Princess Caroline’s son, Pierre Casiraghi, 32, and his wife Beatrice Borromeo brought their sons Stefano, Three, and Francesco, two who looked adorable in matching brown coats.

The brothers found their best behavior and held their parents during the outdoor celebrations.

They stood next to their uncle and aunt, Andrea Casiraghi, 35, and Tatiana Santo Domingo, 35. It was also the daughter of Caroline, Princess Alexandra of Hanover, 21.

Princess Charlene cut a typical glamorous figure into a navy ensemble and a black face mask. Her coat had a vibrant pink lining that offered a flash of color and she finished the look with a chic beret and delicate black gloves.

At one point, the mother of two is seen wrapping her arms around Gabriella, who was dressed in a cute sailor-style navy blue dress with red piping and contrasting Peter Pan collar.

Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco left the cathedral arm in arm after mass on Thursday morning

Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco left the cathedral arm in arm after mass on Thursday morning

Jacques and Gabriella are not the only young royals in this attendance.  Princess Caroline's son, Pierre Casiraghi (second from right), 32, and his wife Beatrice Borromeo have brought their sons Stefano (right), three and Francesco (left), two, who looked adorable in matching brown coats.  Also pictured: Andrea Casiraghi, 35, and Tatiana Santo Domingo

Jacques and Gabriella are not the only young royals in this attendance. Princess Caroline’s son, Pierre Casiraghi (second from right), 32, and his wife Beatrice Borromeo have brought their sons Stefano (right), three and Francesco (left), two, who looked adorable in matching brown coats. Also pictured: Andrea Casiraghi, 35, and Tatiana Santo Domingo

Her straight daughter Gabriella looked adorable in a navy, blue and red sailor dress with a Peter Pan collar.

Beatrice Borromeo opted for a black and gray coat and matching jacket, as well as a large black hairband and white face covering.

Meanwhile Princess Alexandra of Hanover opted for a stylish black overcoated with button detailing and swept her hair back in a stylish train for the event.

Tatiano joined Charlene’s patent for black, wearing a dark overcoat, maroon hatband and monochrome heels.

Meanwhile, the royal men looked dapper in sharp cut suits and blazers as they watched the guard’s procession.




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