Princess Charlene & Prince Jacques & Princess Gabriella

Lovely photos of Princess Charlene, her twins Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques
Princess Gabriella, Countess of Carladès, Jacques, Hereditary Prince of Monaco, Princess Charlene
Princess Gabriella, Countess of Carladès
Jacques, Hereditary Prince of Monaco, Princess Charlene
Princess Charlene, Prince Albert

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  1. What's with the outdoors clothing inside the palace?

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    1. Maybe they were preparing to go out...Who knows?

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  2. Later they went on the balcony for the celebrations, I think.
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  3. It was during the national fest just before the family was attending the defile on the place of the palace on the balcony. You can see the couple on the third photo attending the defile on the place of the palace.

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  4. Magnificent, beautiful photos of a happy family.

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  5. Lovely photo of Gabriella with the dog but what a way to ruin it with a huge pacifier shoved in her mouth. They always have the,!

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    1. I have thought the same, but I realize that these babies are in the public eye far more often and for far more duration than other royal babies (when it's possible to take a pacifier away for a few minutes of a photo op and then retreat from public view for months). I would rather see a happy royal baby with a pacifier than the strange "hide-and-seek" that other royals play with their children and the public they will serve. It seems to me that a healthy royal will be comfortable being in the public eye, feel natural in themselves to be there, feel acceptance from the public, from birth through adult service. Many royals have done much worse in this regard, I feel, especially the British over the generations. There are several photos I've seen where the twins do not have pacifiers, so the parents seem to be aware of the photogenic presentation. It's also nice to see natural photos with HSH on the floor, the baby touching the dog, the baby walking, rather than the posed photos provided by other royals houses.

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    2. @ Mimi 22:56, I agree with you. Why such a huge pacifier in child mouth.
      Small one would do the same work.

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  6. is these taken at Monaco national day correct im wrong

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  7. Princess Charlene doesn't have any idea how to dress nicely her children. It is strange because I think she has good taste when it comes to her clothing.

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  8. and thats grace kelly, in the back.

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  9. ik geniet er zo van,wat een schatjes,een heel gelukkig gezin .
    liefde overwind alles !!!!!

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  10. Adorable video of the twins and the Prince and Princess. Thank you Hello! Prince Albert and Princess Charlene are excellent, hands on parents.

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  11. yep these twins are to cute for words, charlene and albert are doing an amazing job, unlike waity katie and wimpo, they only give their subjects, a once a year photoshopped mess of their kids!!

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    1. Jane: By calling Prince William and Duchess Catherine nasty names, you have succeeded in alienating all the neutral and uncommitted (non-partisan) readers who might otherwise have been open to hearing a critical point of view on the Cambridges. Your comment is hardly an opinion--more an expression of bad temper and crankiness.
      Or are you not really interested in explaining or discussing you point of view with other readers? if so, why even bother to comment in the first place?

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    2. I always wonder why people don't like Prince William and Duchess Catherine not knowing them at all.
      They are good looking couple with two adorable children as same as Prince Albert and Charlene and their twins.

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  12. There is a video just released by the Palace, it is a remarkably long and detailed interview for having babies present, it is very open and generous, both HSH Ablert & HSH Charlene seem to be very mature people who understand leadership.

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