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Jacques & Gabriella of Monaco: touching action in honor of Charlène

Jacques and Gabriella of Monaco are brave about the fact that they are separated from their mother Charlène again. They set a special example during a tree-planting campaign.

Monaco – After the heartbreaking scenes that played out on Monaco’s national holiday on the balcony of the Prince’s Palace, the six-year-old twins Jacques and Gabriella again sent a touching greeting to their sick mother Charlène (43), reports 24royal.de *.

Jacques & Gabriella of Monaco: touching action in honor of Charlène

Hereditary Prince Jacques of Monaco * and his twin sister Gabriella are particularly brave in the current situation. As soon as the two were reunited with their mother Charlène, they had to say goodbye again. As Prince Albert II (63) announced, his wife is currently being treated in a facility for “emotional and physical exhaustion” after her return from South Africa *.

It is not officially known where exactly Charlène is staying. According to reports, the princess is in Switzerland. Friends of hers recently told the press how serious their situation should have been in South Africa – allegedly Charlène “almost died” *.

Fürst Albert steht hinter seinen Kindern Gabriella und Jacques auf einem Balkon (Symbolbild).

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Gabriella and Jacques miss their mom Charlène painfully (symbol picture).

Jacques & Gabriella from Monaco: No one can replace Charlène as a mom

For the six-year-old children of the 43-year-olds, the renewed separation is a heavy blow. Although Albert takes care of his offspring and receives support from his family, her mother cannot be replaced by Princess Caroline * (64) or her daughter Charlotte Casiraghi * (35).

On Monaco’s national holiday, Gabriella and Jacques made their eyes wet with self-made signs *, with which they sent greetings to Charlène. Now the twins appeared again in public to honor their mom.

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Jacques & Gabriella of Monaco: You stay brave and strong

Jacques and Gabriella, together with their father Prince Albert *, took part in a campaign to mark the 100th anniversary of the Soroptimist International service club. The children helped plant a jacaranda tree from Charlène’s native South Africa. The Hereditary Prince was busy gardening at the side of his sister, who was also busy with the matter.

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Particularly touching: Photographers captured a scene in which Jacques is holding Gabriella in his arms and pointing his thumb up. Possibly a brave sign in the direction of Princess Charlène *, with which the Monegasque heir to the throne wants to show that he always takes care of his sister. * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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