Princess Charlene And Prince Albert Put On Loved-Up Display At Tennis Final

Princess Charlene And Prince Albert Put On Loved-Up Display At Tennis Final

Prince Albert and Princess Charlene enjoyed a family outing at the tennis finals in Monte-Carlo on Sunday, where the royal couple put on a loved-up display.

The Monaco head-of-state, 65, and his wife, 45, watched the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters at Monte-Carlo Country Club with their eight-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella.

Princess Charlene looked effortlessly cool for her outing in an ecru-hued trouser suit by the Swiss fashion house, Akris, and added a pop of colour with her red lipstick.

Prince Jacques matched his father, Prince Albert, in a suit, without a tie, while his twin sister, Princess Gabriella, wore a navy dress with a white scalloped collar.

Albert and Charlene, who will celebrate their 12th wedding anniversary in July, chatted and smiled with one another as they watched the action between Denmark’s Holger Rune and Russia’s Andrey Rublev, with the latter claiming his first Masters 1000 title.

It comes after Prince Albert spoke out last month to publicly deny that the couple were separating.

A spokesperson from the Palace delivered a statement from Albert which read: “I would like to formally deny the malicious rumours peddled by the French magazine Royauté. Please disregard this article which is totally unfounded.”

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