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Princess Charlene and Prince Albert have twinning moment as they're joined by children on joint outing

Princess Charlene and Prince Albert share twin children Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella

Prince Albert with Princess Charlene and their children
Matthew Moore
Online News Writer & Diversity and Inclusion Lead
22 April 2023
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Princess Charlene and Prince Albert stepped out into the limelight on Saturday, alongside their twin children, as they attended the Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament.

Charlene was the protective mum as ever, wrapping her arms around her two children, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, eight, as they watched the match together, with young Jacques getting excited during the action. Charlene also chatted with some of the players who took part, before the royal couple presented the winning team with the trophy.

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Charlene and Albert had a surprise twinning moment with their outfits with the royal couple both wearing the same blazer as they headed to the stands with their young children.

Charlene also wore a white top with matching trousers and a stylish pair of sunglasses, while Albert completed his ensemble with with a shirt and trousers.

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The tournament is an annual event in Monaco and supported by the Royal Family as under-12s from across the globe head to the principality to compete in a day filled with activities.

The family's outing comes just days after Charlene and Albert put on a loved-up display as they seen in the crowds of a tennis tournament alongside Jacques and Gabriella.

Jacques got very excited during the match© Pascal Le Segretain
Jacques got very excited during the match

Albert and Charlene, who will celebrate their 12th wedding anniversary in July, chatted and smiled with one another as they watched the action between Denmark's Holger Rune and Russia's Andrey Rublev, with the latter claiming his first Masters 1000 title.

The Monegasque royal couple were pictured holding hands as they stepped onto the court to present the trophies.

It comes after Prince Albert spoke out last month to publicly deny that the couple were separating.

A spokesperson from the Palace delivered a statement from Albert which read: "I would like to formally deny the malicious rumours peddled by the French magazine Royauté. Please disregard this article which is totally unfounded."

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