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Happy Birthday little Prince and Princess

Happy Birthday little Prince and Princess

By Cassandra Tanti - December 10, 2019

Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella have recorded a special message on their fifth birthday, shared by their mother Princess Charlene for the world to enjoy.

Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella turned five on Tuesday 10th December. To celebrate, the duo recorded a video message for their grandmother, Lynette Humberstone Wittstock.

The twins look very cute in their party hats holding onto their party horns. “Grandma, it’s my birthday,” Jacques and Gabriella say in unison.

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Birthday Message for Grandma

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We can then hear Princess Charlene prompt her twins to say: “I miss you, I love you,” which Gabriella obliges while Jacques plays with his horn. Posting the video to her Instagram, the Princess wrote: “Birthday Message for Grandma.”

The Monegasque twins were born in 2014 at the Princess Grace Hospital. Gabriella was born two minutes before her brother.

The twins shared a special pre-birthday celebration together, traveling to Dubai last weekend with their mother, where they were treated to the Aquaventure Waterpark and swam with dolphins.

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