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Adorable, Jacques and Gabriella of Monaco steal the show for the national holiday

This Friday, November 19 takes place the symbolic National Day of Monaco. For the occasion, Prince Albert and members of his family attended the various festivities of the event. It is in particular from the balcony of the princely palace that the twins Jacques and Gabriella were noticed at the sides of their father.

Albert of Monaco celebrates this Friday, November 19, the day of St. Rainier and the enthronement of Rainier III alongside his family. Although Charlene is not present for the Monegasque National Day, this does not prevent her family from attending the festivities of the long-awaited annual event. To support him, the sovereign was surrounded by his sisters Stephanie and Caroline and his children, Jacques and Gabriella. The latter have also made a furor on the balcony of the royal palace.

On the pictures, we can see the twins in beautiful outfits alongside their father. Gabriella wears a cream outfit with a small hat and James, for his part, a black jacket with touches of pink. As usual, they can’t help but fuss. Like all children, they can’t stay in one place for long, which often amuses the inhabitants of the Rock. To keep them busy, they were able to have fun with their cousins who were also on the balcony to watch the festivities.

The princely family of Monaco present for the national holiday

On the occasion of this special day for the Monegasque people, a parade, a parade, a fireworks display and a medal ceremony took place in the main courtyard of the palace. The Grimaldi clan was able to watch all the splendid shows from the balcony, where the twins revealed tender messages to their absent mother, Charlene of Monaco.

The princely family gathered at the Monaco Cathedral for the traditional thanksgiving mass. The son of Grace Kelly was in the front row, surrounded by his sisters and Charlotte Casiraghi, sublime in a golden dress, Alexandra of Hanover, Beatrice Borromeo or Pierre Casiraghi.

Photo credits: © Facebook/Palais princier de Monaco

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