Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco made a public appearance on the balcony of The Prince’s Palace during Monaco’s National Day celebrations on Thursday. Prince Albert II of Monaco and his wife Princess Charlene brought their 11-month-old adorable twins for the celebrations. 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. This is the first time that the twins participated in the national day celebrations, People reports. Their mother Charlene was pictured in a purple dress with long sleeves.

Charlene’s look gives a very retro vibe. It is a bespoke Akris dress. It featured a double face dipped hem. She wore opaque tights and suede gloves. She teamed it up with a matching cap over her new pixie cut hairstyle with a netted detailing.

Charlene looked chic in her outfit and waved to the crowds gathered to have a glimpse of the royals. Albert meanwhile stood next to his wife dressed in royal regalia.

Other Monegasque royals who joined the festivities included Charlotte Casiraghi, her brother Pierre Casiraghi and his new wife Beatrice Borromeo, Hello reports. They are the children of Princess Caroline. The trio attended a mass at the Cathedral of Monaco for Thanksgiving.

Beatrice looked sophisticated in a monochrome number. She opted for a black and off-white dress that she wore with a black coat. She accessorised with a pair of drop earrings, her wedding ring and wore an off white fascinator, matching high heels and carried a matching clutch. Her hair was pulled back and styled into a low braided bun.

Meanwhile, her husband Pierre looked dapper in grey dress coat and matching trousers. Charlotte wore a pale pink coat over her light dress. She accessorised with a black bag, matching high heels

The national day celebrations this year was a slightly more subdued affair than usual due to the recent Paris terror attacks. Albert cancelled the traditional fireworks display that typically takes place and ordered flags to be flown at half-mast on official buildings due to the tragedy.

The outing is the first time the twins have officially been seen in public since August. They will celebrate their first birthday on Dec. 10.

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