Say cheese! Grace Kelly’s family came together for a new family portrait taken in the Salle des Gardes of the Prince's Palace on Monaco’s National Day, November 19. The palace released the snapshot three days later featuring the Monegasque royals. Prince Albert and Princess Charlene, along with their four-year-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, took the pride of place sitting in the center on a couch. Jacques cuddled up close to his mom, while Gabriella sat next to her father.
Albert’s sisters Princess Caroline and Stephanie proudly stood behind the couch flanked by members of their family. Tatiana and Andrea Casiraghi posed for the portrait with their two oldest children, India, four, and Sasha, six. The little Casiraghi siblings looked adorable in grey coats.
Caroline’s youngest daughter Princess Alexandra, 20, was pictured standing behind niece India at the end. Meanwhile, Louis Ducruet posed between his mother Stephanie and his new wife Marie Chevallier. Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo also joined in on the snapshot.
While Beatrice and Pierre’s sons Stefano, two, and Francesco, one, were on hand for Monaco’s National Day celebrations on Tuesday, they were not included in the family portrait, nor was Tatiana and Andrea’s youngest child, one-year-old son Maximilian.
The Casiraghi cousins, as well as Princess Charlene’s twins, stole the show during the festivities earlier this week. In the evening, the fashionable royal moms left their little ones at home for a glamorous gala at the opera in honor of Monaco's National Day. Caroline's oldest daughter Charlotte Casiraghi and her family, husband Dimitri Rassam and sons Raphaël Elmaleh and Balthazar Rassam, in addition to Stephanie's daughters Camille Gottlieb and Pauline Ducruet were noticeably absent from the celebrations.