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In an interview with People magazine, Prince Albert has said that he is accepting fewer invitations to events due to the demands of his young children. In particular, the phrases learned and repeated by daughter Princess Gabriella make leaving his home each morning more and more difficult.
The phrases “have only intensified the constant battle I’m having with my staff,” he said. “They keep insisting I accept this invitation or go to this event or travel here … I’m resisting and accepting only the essential ones,” the Sovereign said.
Among the little Princess’s favourites are: “I love you” and “I’ll miss you,” alongside “C’est pas possible.” Prince Jacques, on the other hand, is described as “a little boy of very few words.”
The twins will celebrate their second birthday on December 2, and Prince Albert and Princess Charlene are planning a quiet party at the Palace with friends the twins have made at their daycare centre.
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