Princess Charlene of Monaco has shared three new photos of her and Prince Albert’s five-year-old twins, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques on Instagram.
The little royals are seen gardening and posing in front of an Easter outdoor decoration.
It is assumed the photos were taken at the Princely Family’s country retreat at Roc Agel where they have been staying since Prince Albert was diagnosed with COVID-19.
The Princess of Monaco wrote on Instagram, “Sending healing and love to the world, we miss you, see you soon🌈. Happy Easter🐣.”
Princess Charlene, 42, has not been active on social media since her birthday in January when she posted a video of Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques singing ‘Happy Birthday’ to her.
Her Instagram account is full of images of her twins as she enjoys sharing tidbits about their lives on the networking site, from their first day of school to going skiing.
Prince Albert, 62, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in March, and the Princely Palace announced he had recovered and was out of isolation on 30 March. He had been in quarantine at the Princely Palace in Monaco while his wife and children were on their country estate. He reunited with them after his two week isolation period was over.
He stayed on contact with his family via FaceTime and was looking forward to being reunited with them once again. He explained that the twins knew he was sick and had to stay away from them. “I’m hoping I get a ‘Welcome Home’ banner,” he later joked.