It’s a new revelation. Albert of Monaco delegated to People magazine, that his two children, the twins Gabriella and Jacques are invited to a planetary event. Enough to touch the finger to his toddlers, the future responsibilities they will expect.
Prince Albert wants everything to be perfect for his wife’s return, Charlene of Monaco, absent for months from the Rock. Indeed, last Tuesday, October 26, the dad of Gabriella and Jacques revealed in an interview for the media People, that his wife would soon be returning home. The deadline for his return? November 19! Great news for all Monegasques who were starting to get impatient. But that’s not the only revelation he delegated.
Indeed, Prince Albert of Monaco announced that his twins, Gabriella and Jacques were soon to participate in a planetary event. Her toddlers will accompany her to Glasgow for the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 26), which will begin on October 31. Indeed, while the school holidays of Charlene of Monaco started, the husband of Monaco did not want to leave his children alone: “That way they will be with me before Charlene returns.” The dad has concocted a nice program for them, they who “will have their own agenda” and will carry out “visits to museums and small places of interest”.
Albert of Monaco: “they discover things which they can find amusing and entertaining”
Prince Albert is trying to gradually instill in his children, the responsibilities they will one day have to manage. “Obviously at that age, 6 or 7, you can’t take them everywhere, because they get bored at that age if it gets too official. They should be sent gently to public appearances and to various ceremonies. If it’s a trip, there is an official side, but they also need to have a private side and discover things that they can find fun and entertaining ”.Gabriella and Jacques will be able to find another child: Prince George, the eldest of Prince William.
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Jacques of Monaco “Obviously, this age, 6 or 7, you can’t send them everywhere because they must be bored if it becomes too official. You have to send them gently to public appearances and different ceremonies.”