Princess Charlene poses with twins before joining Prince Albert at Monaco Grand Prix

Princess Charlene celebrated Mother's Day with her twins before joining Prince Albert at the Monaco Grand Prix

Pop Culture & Art May 26, 2024

Princess Charlene of Monaco celebrated Monaco's Mother's Day by sharing a heartfelt Instagram post featuring her nine-year-old twins, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques, before joining her husband, Prince Albert, at the Monte Carlo Grand Prix.

The Princess, 46, posted a picture on Instagram with the caption, "Happy Mother's Day," accompanied by a red heart emoji. In the photo, she donned a pink gingham suit, diamond earrings, and her signature blonde pixie haircut. Royal fans praised the post, with one commenting, "Happy Mother's Day to wonderful Princess Charlene. May God protect her and her sweet children."


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Later in the day, Charlene joined Prince Albert, 66, at the Grand Prix, accompanied by their children. She opted for a crisp blue jumpsuit and large black sunglasses for the event.

Charlene and Albert, both former Olympic athletes, were married in 2011 and welcomed their twins in 2014. Despite Gabriella being the elder twin, Jacques is the heir to the throne due to Monaco's patriarchal succession rules.

Additionally, the event had a potential for an awkward encounter with Prince Albert's former mistress, Nicole Coste, who also attended the Grand Prix. Coste, who has a son with Albert, posted about the event on Instagram, aligning herself with the Ferrari team and expressing her anticipation for Charles Leclerc's victory.

Princess Charlene and Prince Albert have had previous public engagements, including the opening of "Monaco World" in Hamburg last month, where the family celebrated Monaco being added to the Miniature Wonderland tourist attraction. The event highlighted their public appearances amid reports of family dynamics and leadership perceptions surrounding Prince Albert.



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