Charlotte Casiraghi and Gad Elmaleh put rumours that they've split firmly to rest on Friday. HELLO!'s sister publication HOLA has published exclusive photos which show the couple happily taking a stroll with their one-year-old son Raphaël.
The pair were snapped smiling away as the wandered the streets of St Tropez, where Princess Caroline's eldest daughter had been taking part in the Longines Athina Horse Show.
While Gad pushed Raphaël's buggy, Charlotte carried her son in her arms.
Charlotte and Gad put separation rumours to rest on Friday
The trio's outfits were colour-coordinated with Charlotte wearing a red dress with stripy detail ar the sleeves and collar, Gad sporting a light blue denim shirt and jeans and Raphaël matching in red and white striped shorts and a nautical navy and white T-shirt.
The new photos of Charlotte, Gad and their son refelct the 44-year-old father-of-two's recent comments about how happy he is with his family life.
"Things are very different now," he told Swiss publication 20 Minutes. "When you start out in this business, what motivates you is your colleagues, the fame, the tours, the big stages [but] now what interests me most is the contact with the public when I am on stage.
"The fact that the rest doesn't interest me leaves me more time to spend with my little one," he added. "It's clear that now I would rather go back home at night to be reunited with my family, instead of going out to dinner after the show. That is very nice."
The couple may appear together for Prince Albert's coronation celebrations in Monaco
With the romance seemingly on track, royal fans will now be keen to see if Gad joins the Monaco royal family for Prince Albert's coronation celebrations this summer.
Last month HOLA! reported that Gad had managed to reconcile his comedy tour with his partner's royal duties for the special occasion.
Gad is due to perform in Monaco on 10 July – a date which was said to have been specifically chosen to ensure that he is in the principality the night before celebrations are planned to mark Albert's reign.
On the morning of Saturday 11 July, the Grimaldi family will step out to honour Albert's ten years on the throne, with much pomp and enthusiasm.