Despite the absence of Princess Charlene, the Monegasque clan continues its travels and activities. Prince Albert of Monaco was seen with his children at the opening of the Christmas market of the principality. A moment that Jacques and Gabriella visibly loved!
The magic of Christmas has spread all over the world, and in Monaco, we have put the little dishes in the big. Friday, December 3, the princely family was seen at a beautiful event. Prince Albert, who has to deal with the conspicuous absence of his wife Charlene – at rest after returning to the principality from South Africa -, has made his children very happy.
Indeed, the sovereign went to the opening of the Christmas market. An outing in the company of James and Gabriella, who were over the moon! The prince’s children, who will celebrate their 7th birthday on December 10, strolled between the candy stalls, the lovely vintage carousel and various rides, even getting a ride in one of them, comfortably seated in a Christmas ball-shaped gondola!
Both wore masks to protect against the coronavirus – the Omicron variant poses a threat to the holiday season – despite their young age and the fact that the event was held outdoors. No doubt the sovereign is keen on the good health of his heirs. Gabriella had pushed her enthusiasm for Christmas by wearing a headband in the shape of reindeer ears! We are curious to know what Santa’s reindeer will put at the foot of the tree…
Prince Albert, who had to deny several times the insistent rumors around his couple with Charlene during his long African escapade, could also count on the members of his clan. By his side, we saw his sister Princess Caroline of Hanover, Pierre Casiraghi with his wife Beatrice Borromeo and their children Francesco and Stefano but also Roisin Wittstock – Charlene’s sister-in-law – and her children Kaia Rose and Bodie. No doubt that the Monegasque people are eager to see Charlene strolling in the streets of the principality as soon as her health allows it.
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