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Monaco

Princess Charlene shares Christmas family snaps


Photo: Instagram/HSHPrincessCharlene

Princess Charlene of Monaco has shared some private family photos from their Christmas celebration on Friday at the Princely Palace. The Princess of Monaco wished her followers a Merry Christmas as she shared three images.

On Instagram, Charlene wrote: “Merry Christmas to all our friends and families , love you all.” The post has over 29,000 likes.

The first photograph shows Princess Charlene in front of a Christmas tree with her husband, Prince Albert and daughter, Princess Gabriella. Albert’s younger sister, Princess Stéphanie, was also pictured with her three children (Louis Ducruet and Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb) and daughter-in-law, Marie.

The second photo shows Prince Albert with a Father Christmas hat and reindeer glasses with his and Charlene’s twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, in front of the tree. Jacques and Gabriella appear to be laughing at their father’s outfit in the photo. The third image is of Charlene with her pet dog in a very festive bow.

The twins just celebrated their sixth birthday on 10 December, and Charlene shared photos from the celebrations on her Instagram then, as well.

Prince Albert will address the Monegasque people on New Year’s Eve in a televised address.

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