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Charlene of Monaco: in her absence, her twins are closer than ever


Despite the absence of Charlene of Monaco, still convalescing far from the Rock, her children keep smiling. Jacques and Gabriella were out with their father, Prince Albert. The occasion to notice that the little boy shows now a few centimeters more than his twin sister.

Even without their mother, the children of Charlene of Monaco seem to live a life of the most blooming with their father, Albert II. And this December 14, they had the right to a small exit to the cinema.

The young heirs to the throne, aged 7, attended the premiere of the film Naïs au pays des loups directed by Rémy Masséglia. The children arrived on the red carpet of the event, accompanied by their father, and posed for the journalists. The little family was present because the documentary is supported by the foundation of Albert of Monaco, which works for the protection of the environment and the promotion of sustainable development.
Prince Jacques has grown up

Prince Jacques appeared with a protective mask against the coronavirus on his face and an aviator jacket on his back. And the little boy seems to have grown up well since he now exceeds his sister by a few centimeters. He probably inherited the genes of his mother Charlene, former professional swimmer who measures 1,77 meter. On her side, Gabriella wore a red winter coat and showed a wide smile.

The two children, who must wait impatiently for the return of their mother, still in convalescence in a specialized institution far from Monaco, were able to attend the premiere of Naïs au pays des loups. “For more than two years, a father and his one-year-old daughter embark on a crazy adventure in the heart of the Mercantour, the wildest national park in France. Between an initiatory journey and education to nature before school education, Naïs will live until she is three years old of real magic moments. She will be able to get up close and personal with the wildlife and cross paths with the most elusive of all animals… the wolf,” says Gad Distribution. This documentary received an award at the Golden Bee International Children’s Film Festival in India.

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