Princess Charlene marks Monaco's National Day and shares photos of her adorable twins!

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Princess Gabriella, Princess Charlene, Prince Jacques and Prince Albert  attend the celebrations marking Monaco's National Day at the Monaco Palace on 19 November 2020.
Princess Gabriella, Princess Charlene, Prince Jacques and Prince Albert attend the celebrations marking Monaco's National Day at the Monaco Palace on 19 November 2020.
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  • Princess Charlene of Monaco has taken to Instagram to share photos of her twins.
  • The South African-born former Olympic swimmer shares Gabriella and Jacques with Prince Albert.
  • "So proud," Her Serene Highness captioned one post of her twins. She also shared photos taken of the five-year-old royals on Monaco's National Day.


Princess Charlene of Monaco has shared photos of her twins posing and imitating their dad, Prince Albert.

The South African-born former Olympic swimmer shares five-year-old twins Gabriella and Jacques with Prince Albert – Jacques is the heir apparent to the Monegasque throne.

In one photo Jacques is perched on a regal-looking couch, while his dad stands behind him. They're wearing matching blue suits!

In another, fun shot, Her Serene Highness shared a photo of Princess Gabriella, standing behind her dad.

"So proud," she captioned the photos.

The princess shared a few more snaps on her account, which appears to have been taken after Monaco's National Day and took place on Thursday, 19 November – it currently marks the day Prince Albert ascended to the throne, reports Tatler.

The twins participated in the festivities for the first time this year, though it did look a little different amid the pandemic – and with Prince Albert himself contracting Covid-19 earlier this year.

According to People, the twins were seen saluting passing guards, adjusting a plumed helmet and leaned on their mom during the 20-minute long appearance. The traditional evening concert and fireworks were cancelled, medals were handed out earlier in the week, and the number of guests was limited.

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