Became a mother at 37, Charlene de Monaco, who celebrates her 44th birthday this Tuesday, January 25, saw her world change when her children entered her life.
This Tuesday, January 25, Charlene of Monaco celebrates its 44th birthday. On his birthday, Gala invites you to learn more about the family life of the princess, fulfilled for seven years thanks to the birth of her twins, Gabriella and Jacques. It must be said that the wife of Prince Albert II has long waited to discover The joys of motherhood. A long fight that she led with a lot of guilt.
One of her friends had been nominated for the magazine Shelast October, that Princess Charlene suffered greatly from her difficulties in giving birth: “I think she got it into her head that everyone must have it was her fault, the Prince having already acknowledged two children born before his marriage.” So when Jacques and Gabriella showed up in 2014, Prince Albert II’s wife was over the moon. Since then, the mother enjoy every moment with his children and she doesn’t hesitate to post souvenir photos of them on her Instagram account, to share her happiness with Monegasques and her fans. Like last December when she shared a photo from the birthday of his two little ones. In March 2017, Charlene de Monaco gave an interview to Paris Match, during which she talks about the upbringing of his children and their personalities.
A mother who “can spend hours” admiring her children
“It’s an incredible age, where they constantly ask for you. Living away from me seems unimaginable to them. They want to know everything, understand everything, represent me with thousands of questions. They also want to try everything”she explained, adding that they are very clumsy. “They know each other all the time… The other day, Gabriella had a huge bump. And while I was treating her, I saw Jacques pounding with his tight little fists the desk on which she had remembered the head first, shouting: ‘Wicked table'”, said the mother of the family, moved to know her son “very protective of his sister”. “They need each other, comfort each other. I can spend hours watching them play. They are adorable and inexhaustible”, she added tenderly.
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