Royal kids are still kids, and that means loving Disney. Recently, Prince Albert of Monaco took his 7-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, on a trip to Disneyland Paris, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Albert and the twins posed with Mickey and Minnie Mouse in front of the theme park's Sleeping Beauty Castle—because even royalty can appreciate a fairytale castle.
The Monegasque trio apparently made a day of their trip to the park on their own, as photos made available to People don't show Princess Charlene, Albert's wife and the mother of the twins.
Charlene has only recently returned to the public eye after more than a year away from her royal duties. She first stepped back last May, when a brief trip to South Africa in support of her conservation work got unexpectedly extended for six months due to reported complications from an ENT problem, which prevented her from flying. The princess finally did return to Monaco in November of 2021, but quickly announced that she would be departing again to receive treatment in a Swiss clinic for "exhaustion, both emotional and physical," according to a statement from Prince Albert. Charlene ultimately returned to Monaco again in March, and just this month has begun to resume her royal appearances.
Recently, she made her first public appearance in more than a year, presenting a trophy at the Monaco E-Prix race alongside her family. The following weekend, the royal family appeared for the Saint Devote Rugby Tournament—an annual, day-long youth sports initiative sponsored by the princess's foundation.
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