Royal children: The royal twins who flew under the radar






Rachel Avery




We like to watch royal children grow up and royal twins mean double the cuteness! Although British royal family hasn’t welcomed twins since the 15th century, there are two sets in Europe and here’s everything you need to know about them…


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Charlene, Princess of Monaco welcomed twins with Prince Albert in 2014. They have a son, Prince Jacques, and a daughter, Princess Gabriella.


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Although Gabriella came into the world a few moments before her brother, Jacques is ahead of her in the line of succession, due to Monegasque rules.



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Prince Albert cared for his children in Monaco when his wife was away for treatment


Charlene was recently reunited with her family in Monaco after spend nearly a year recuperating in South Africawhere she underwent multiple operations for an ENT infection.


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When Charlene was away, the children did not attend their school, L’Institution François d’Assise-Nicolas Barré, and instead homeschooled. It is unclear if they will return to their private school or if they will continue to attend classes at the palace in the future.




Danish twins love tennis


Over 800 miles away in Denmark there is another group of royal twins. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and her husband Crown Prince Frederik have nine year old twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine.


The adorable siblings embraced their dad’s love of sport, and their mom shared snaps and images on Instagram of the twins on the grounds of Gråsten Palace. She added the caption: “My husband’s love for tennis has been passed on to everyone.” So cute!



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The Danish royal family includes twins


The twins are pupils at Tranegårdskolen in Hellerup, north of Copenhagen, along with their other siblings, as Mary and Frederik are also parents to Prince Christian, 14, and Princess Isabella, 13.


With Kate Middleton not ruling out baby number four and admitting to feeling “broody” lately, and Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice on baby number one, you never know there’s still a chance for us to welcome twins in the British royal family!


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