Ten days after their participation in Monaco’s national holiday, Jacques and Gabriella, the children of Albert II and Charlene, reappeared alongside their aunt, Princess Caroline, on the occasion of an event in the principality, this 29 November. Emotion.
The princely family of Monaco is organized, in the absence of Charlene neat in an establishment along the Rocher. The latter’s recovery will be long. Then, Albert II’s sisters linked up to entertain and care for twins Jacques and Gabriella, who are not unaware of the state of health of their mother, but understands no less of her remoteness. This Monday, November 29, the crown prince and his sister thus appeared with their aunt, Princess Caroline of Hanover, at the Grimaldi Forum for the International Day of the Rights of the Child. A photo of the trio was posted on Instagram by one of the associations present, Child Care Monaco.
Particularly elegant, the children of Albert II and Charlene were able to discover the story of Gogo, the oldest schoolgirl in the world counting Brigitte Macron among her fans. This 94-year-old Kenyan was present and did not fail to underline her happiness at having been able to access education. An inspiring example for the twins, who have been studying at the palace for several weeks. Pride of Caroline who thus gently initiated her nephews to their future obligations.
Grandmother of 7 grandchildren, Caroline is aware of the needs of Jacques and Gabriella, soon to be 7 years old
Ten days earlier, on the occasion of the principality’s national holiday, the princess of Hanover had already escorted the twins, with her sister Stéphanie, in the main courtyard of the princely palace for the traditional presentation of medals to deserving Monegasques. Mother of three children and grandmother of 7 grandchildren, the elder sister of Albert II had easily found the gestures which reassure and which invite to the good behavior.
In September, while Charlene was still held in South Africa, Princess Caroline had had the good idea of taking Jacques and Gabriella, then plastered, at the international dog show in Monaco. Complicit moments, and real tenderness. Raised by a nanny, the eldest of Rainier III and Grace Kelly says it’s hard to replace a mom, but attention matters.
Photo credits: Jean-Charles Vinaj / Piscine Monaco / Bestimage