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Monaco's petite cuties! Princess Charlene brings Jacques and Gabriella to work

Calling on Monaco's crown jewels for official royal business!

By Chloe Lal
Princess Charlene

The senior residents at the Hector Otto Foundation received a royally good surprise on Saturday morning.

Princess Charlene of Monaco dropped by the centre with two very darling helpers, her twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella.

The Princess brought along her two favourite royal helpers for the event.
The Princess brought along her two favourite royal helpers for the event.
Gabriella is clearly a natural!
Gabriella is clearly a natural!

“Hello! I am very pleased to be here today. Let me introduce you to Jacques and Gabriella," Hello Monaco reported the future Queen announced on her arrival.

Young Jacques was a little bit shy, opting to stand at the entrance of the dining room.

Charlene welcomed her twins on 10th December, 2014.
Charlene welcomed her twins on 10th December, 2014.
Isn't she lovely!
Isn't she lovely!

His sister however, was a complete natural.

With her mum beckoning, "Come with me,” Gabriella followed and mingled the 40 residents.

Charlene regularly visits the foundation.
Charlene regularly visits the foundation.
“Say hello!”
“Say hello!”

The Hector Otto Foundation's director Jérôme Breton revealed that the South African born royal is a regular at the centre.

“The first time with the Sovereign Prince, then alone, and today with the two children. It is a great honor," Jérôme said.

The royal palace's Facebook page shared that the family gave our baskets of vegetables from the Rocagel garde.

Upon leaving, Gabriella was heard saying, “Bye everybody," while her two-year-old twin brother blew a kiss.

The director of the Hector Otto Foundation gushed it was a "great honor” having the Grimaldi family.
The director of the Hector Otto Foundation gushed it was a "great honor” having the Grimaldi family.
Pic credit: Palais Princier de Monaco - Prince's Palace of Monaco/Facebook
Pic credit: Palais Princier de Monaco - Prince's Palace of Monaco/Facebook

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