Prince Albert II of Monaco is very proud of his wife and her parenting skills. The Prince can't stop gushing about Princess Charlene who single-handedly takes care of the twins of the royal couple, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, who will turn one on Dec. 10.

“She’s very eager to be with her children at all times. She’s up with the kids at six and takes them through the morning every day,” the prince said, in an interview to People. He added that the kids would not be happy and smiling had their mother not been with them or taking care of them.

The Monegasque royal has endless praises for his 37-year-old wife and that since the birth of their twins, the princess has limited her time for public appearances because she wants to dedicate her time to her children. Albert said that Charlene had to organise several household moves, Hello reports. Though it was a big task for her, she still proved to be extremely organised and is a great mother, the 57-year-old Prince said.

The doting father happily told the magazine that his twins were taking their first steps at 11 months, and he's all set to celebrate the first birthday of his tots, Hello reports. Albert shared that he and Charlene would initially have to carry out official engagements in the morning but he has ensured that family time will be enjoyed by the toddlers on their special day.

Prince Albert added that like any normal parent, he would like to take lots of pictures and shoot a movie of the kids, he told People. Though Albert had planned everything for their birthday, he admitted that he is yet undecided on what gifts to give them. The Prince is contemplating on whether he should give Jacques and Gabriella something significant or give them more toys. Albert is considering that he could probably give them both.

The twins were seen with their parents attending the World Climate March on Nov. 29. The twins stole the show at the event.

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