NewsPrincess Charlène of Monaco: sweet surprise for her children

Princess Charlène of Monaco: sweet surprise for her children

Princess Charlène of Monaco surprised her children Jacques and Gabriella with a special present. A new roommate causes a hustle and bustle in the palace.

Monaco – Monaco’s royal family has been complete again for a day. Princess Charlène (43) was stuck in South Africa for months due to illness, now she was finally able to return to Europe. A moment that Jacques (6) and his twin sister Gabriella (6) have longed for.

On Instagram, the palace made the happy news of Princess Charlène’s return to Monaco public and shared the first family photos. On the heartwarming photos of Prince Albert II (63) next to his wife and children, the joy of reunion was clearly written on everyone’s face. Gabriella and Jacques even had two reasons to be happy, because Mama Charlène did not travel from South Africa to Monaco alone.
You can read the thank you message that Princess Charlène sent to her fans after her return on *.

Princess Charlène was joined by a new family member during the long flight. From now on, a cute Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy lives in Monaco’s Prince’s Palace, who, according to media reports, goes by the name of Khan. A few weeks ago, Charlène had to say goodbye to her beloved dog Monte, the Chihuahua was killed in an accident. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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