Princess Charlene Shared the First Picture of Her Twins Since Prince Albert's Self-Quarantine
Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella are prepping for Easter.
Back on March 19, Prince Albert of Monaco was the first head of state to contract COVID-19. Now, it seems that life is returning to normal at Roc Agel. Princess Charlene shared a gallery of photos featuring twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, the first she's shared in several months and the first since Albert's self-imposed quarantine.
Charlene posted the images on Instagram, showing the kids prepping for the royal easter celebration. That prep includes some gardening, as the kids planted flowers and mint in a small garden, and an audience with stuffed rabbits.
"Sending healing and love to the world, we miss you, see you soon. Happy Easter," Charlene wrote alongside the photos, adding a rainbow and hatching chick emoji.
Albert told People that the kids understood why he was staying away to keep them safe.
"We told stories and talked about what we did during the day," he said of his isolation. "I told [the twins] to be safe. They knew I was sick and that I had to stay away."
Neither of the children nor Charlene has shown any symptoms of the coronavirus, People adds. Roc Agel, where the family is isolating, is a 125-acre farm above Monaco. It's home to a dozen cows and 100 chickens and was actually gifted to his mother, Princess Grace.