Prince albert of twins Jacques and Gabriella. After a few years the Prince of Monaco Jacques and Princess Gabriella can remember your visit to Japan in 2019 as a family trip that included a visit to the local school, the purchase of toys and the time when “dad took us to Disneyland and left us there.”
Royal twins who turned 5 in December were “unofficial” members of the entourage while traveling to Prince albert for the enthronement of the Japanese Emperor, Naruhito. Their presence during a 12-day visit was deliberately hidden from the press only very few observations, mainly in social networks.
The Disneyland Royal dad tells people exclusively that he had to leave the twins “because I had another appointment that day and they wanted to keep going (with their nannies and security). It was good, but I can tell you that they are really tired at the end of the day!”
Albert says he and his wife Princess Charlene are trying to facilitate their children Royal duties and make them as comfortable as possible.
“Sometimes they get a little nervous when you walk into a room full of people who look at them. We had some moments when, for obvious reasons, they were a little puzzled by this, so we should try to accompany them in such situations.”
Distance and duration of the trip, which coincided with a break in studies of twins, in Monaco, checked their skills of travelling, although travel with the New year in Chile and his native South Africa, their mother, their father says the kids “are pretty good travelers.
Especially during long flights on the plane.
Okay, they’re a little run around, jump up and down — but I have to say, pretty well tolerated long journey. Now they are at that age when you start to say, “how many more?” and “are we there already?” Well, as usual. Before almost was not.
Entertainment in flight helps, he admits. “There’s more superhero videos and SuperMario and Sonic the Hedgehog and all these other characters than the full-length feature on Board now. They’re still not too addicted to video games, and it’s very good, but they love
to watch cartoons and love to watch the characters.”