This weekend was the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, a competition that makes the streets of Montecarlo a unique circuit and attracts fans of the sport. The prince Alberto was one of the personalities who didn’t miss this event and didn’t watch the races alone: he had his children by his side, Jacques e Gabriella, six years old, and also some nephews.
Alberto and his family watched the competition from a stage where the podium that would receive the top three was: António Féliz da Costa, the Portuguese sportsman who won first place, and also the Dutch Robin Frijins, who came in second, and the New Zealander Mitch Evans, who won the bronze medal, but while before the athletes reached the podium, the twins who stole the spotlight were the twins, children of Alberto and Charlene.
The two boys emerged with casual looks. Jacques wore blue jeans, a blue shirt and white sneakers, while Gabriella had a denim dress, a pink T-shirt and white sneakers. Throughout the event, they proved to be two curious and energetic children, not stopping playing with each other and with their cousins. The sound of cars sometimes impressed the twins, who sought protection in their father’s arms. In addition, Alberto made a point of explaining the rules of the competition to his children and there were still moments when he dedicated himself to taking pictures of them.
At the end of the match, the boys were delighted, enthusiastically applauding the athletes who participated in the competition.
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