PHOTOS | Princess Charlene steps out with her family for first royal engagement since returning to Monaco

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Princess Charlene of Monaco
Princess Charlene of Monaco
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Princess Charlene stepped out for her first royal engagement since returning to Monaco in November.

The royal attended the sixth round of the 2022 Formula E championship, which was being held in Monaco, on Saturday. She was accompanied by her husband, Prince Albert, and their 7-year-old twins, Jacques and Gabriella.

The royals watched the race, and were also present on the podium, where her husband and Jacques handed race winner Stoffel Vandoorne the trophy.

Princess Charlene also presented a trophy, and shook hands with the top three drivers of the day.

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Prince Albert of Monaco, Princess Charlene, Prince
Prince Albert of Monaco, Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques attend the 2022 Monaco E-Prix Round in Monaco.
Prince Albert of Monaco, Princess Charlene, Prince
Prince Albert of Monaco, Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques attend the 2022 Monaco E-Prix Round in Monaco.
MONACO, MONACO - APRIL 30: Princess Charlene, Prin
Princess Charlene, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques attend the 2022 Monaco E-Prix Round 6 in Monaco.

The former Olympic swimmer's public appearances comes after a lengthy battle with multiple medical issues. 

Charlene returned to Monaco in November, after an extended stay in South Africa, where she initially contracted an ENT infection but underwent several medical procedures.

Following her return in November, it was announced that the princess would continue her recovery from extreme fatigue at an undisclosed location.

The royal returned to the palace to recover with her family by her side earlier this year. She also returned to social media with a new family portrait celebrating Easter.

READ MORE | Princess Charlene shares first family portrait since returning to Monaco 


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