Princess Charlene returns to the traditional Monegasque picnic with Prince Albert and the twins

Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco, accompanied by their twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella attend the traditional Monegasque picnic.

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  • Monaco’s royal family enjoyed their annual picnic, which is taking place for the first time in two years.
  • Prince Albert kept things casual while Princess Charlene wore a high-necked white lace tunic and trousers by South African designer Terrence Bray.
  • Upon his return, Prince Albert told People how “wonderful” it was to be back.

Monaco‘s royal family enjoyed their annual picnic, which is taking place for the first time in two years.

Princess Charlene, Prince Albert and their twins – Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques – spent their weekend celebrating the return of the annual U Cavagnëtu, aka Monaco Picnic.

Open to all residents of Monaco, the annual outdoor event began as a town hall initiative in 1931 and has since grown into a much-loved “family-like event” held in Princess Antoinette Park, by People.

The event did not take place in 2020 or 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Upon his return, Prince Albert told the publication how “wonderful” it was to be back.

“Mass, which opens it, is a bit formal, but then it turns into a picnic, and there’s a little cocktail vibe. It’s just wonderful to be able to walk around and tell me about your summer type conversations’ with people you know.”

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Prince Albert kept things casual while Princess Charlene wore a high-necked white lace tunic and trousers by South African designer Terrence Bray.

Meanwhile, their 7-year-old twins showed off new haircuts after Princess Charlene revealed in a Instagram post Friday that “Gabriella got her and her brother’s hair cut.”

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