Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco joined the World Climate March in Monaco on Sunday. The royal couple were accompanied by their twin babies Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella. They were dressed in matching red waterproof jackets.

Albert and Charlene brought their twin babies to the march to help them get a headstart on understanding topics close to their hearts. The twins stole the show at the event. Jacques was dressed in pale blue tights and red jacket with black trainers and socks. Gabriella wore pale pink tights, matching shoes and a brown jacket.

The twins sat in a double-wide pram as they were pushed by their mother. However, their father was also hands-on as he checked them from time to time, Hello reports. The siblings will celebrate their first birthday on Dec. 10.

Meanwhile, Charlene opted for beige loose fitting trousers which she paired with matching sneakers and cap. Her red jacket featured Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation branding. Albert also wore white trousers paired with the jacket and white cap. The royal couple led the march from the Palace Square to the Stadium Louis II in Fontvieille.

The 37-year-old princess interacted with children and stopped to hug them during the march. The march was organised by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation. The march comes ahead of the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris, France, Hello CA reports.

The organisation was set up in 2006 to help conserve the world’s natural environment, with main focus on climate change, biodiversity and water management.

Earlier, Jacques and Gabriella also made a public appearance on the balcony of The Prince’s Palace during Monaco’s National Day celebrations on Nov. 19. Albert and his wife Charlene brought their 11-month-old adorable twins for the celebration. Jacques and his sister Gabriella stole the show as they were held by their proud parents.

The twins were wrapped up in warm clothes and wore black coats and trainers. It was the first time that the twins participated in the National Day celebrations. The outing was the first time the twins were officially seen in public since August.

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