Princess Charlene had two adorable helpers as she carried out an engagement at the Hector Otto Foundation on Saturday, August 19. The Monaco royal was joined by her two-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, for the outing to the Bellando de Castro elderly home, which is a branch of the Monegasque Red Cross.
VIEW GALLERY The Monaco royal stepped out with her twins for a visit to an elderly home on August 19 Photo: Manuel Vitali
According to Hello Monaco, Prince Albert’s wife told the senior citizens, “Hello! I am very pleased to be here today. Let me introduce you to Jacques and Gabriella,” while instructing her daughter, “Come with me” as Jacques lingered at the entrance of the facility's dining room.
VIEW GALLERY Princess Gabriella passed out pictures to residents as her mom proudly looked on Photo: Manuel Vitali
Charlene and her children arrived bearing gifts for the elders. The mom-of-two brought baskets trimmed with vegetables from the royal family’s Roc Agel garden. Her Royal Highness and her little girl also distributed pictures to each of the foundation’s residents.
The foundation was established in 1916 to support those particularly affected by the aftermath of World War I. Over a century later, the Hector Otto Foundation brings together generous and entrepreneurial members of the local community who share the same objectives.
VIEW GALLERY Charlene shares her two-year-old twins with husband Prince Albert Photo: Manuel Vitali
The 39-year-old proudly watched Gabriella hand out their gifts. The little Princess looked angelic for the outing wearing a frilly white and purple frock, while wearing her blonde curls half-up with a bow. Meanwhile her twin brother sported a white button down and trousers. Charlene coordinated with her son donning a chic navy blouse and white skinny jeans.
Earlier this year, the Princess opened up about her “adorable and inexhaustible” twins. She said, “They want to know everything, to understand everything, to ask me thousands of questions. They also want to try everything.”