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Prince Albert of Monaco takes his children to a football match without Charlene

Prince Albert of Monaco takes his children Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques to football match without Charlene as royal continues to recover in facility outside of Monte Carlo despite her husband insisting she is ‘doing much better’

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Prince Albert of Monaco attended a football match with his twins Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques, seven, in another public appearance without his wife Princess Charlene. 

After a year of no-shows due to the royal recovering from 'exhaustion, both emotional and physical', the 44-year-old Princess was once again not seen alongside her husband Prince Albert.

After a year of no-shows due to the royal recovering from ‘exhaustion, both emotional and physical’, the 44-year-old Princess was once again not seen alongside her husband Prince Albert. 

The Prince, 63, opted for a red scarf and face mask as he took his children to the Louis II stadium in Monaco for a league one football match between AS Monaco and Reims on Sunday.

The Prince, 63, opted for a red scarf and face mask as he took his children to the Louis II stadium in Monaco for a league one football match between AS Monaco and Reims on Sunday. 

He wore a red scarf and face mask, sat beside his children and in front of AS Monaco's Russian Vice President, Oleg Petrov. The enthusiastic sportsman Prince Albert is the patron of Monaco's football team, AS Monaco.

He wore a red scarf and face mask, sat beside his children and in front of AS Monaco’s Russian Vice President, Oleg Petrov. The enthusiastic sportsman Prince Albert is the patron of Monaco’s football team, AS Monaco. 

Sticking to the COVID restrictions still in place in Monaco at the moment, Prince Albert wore a red mask while Princess Gabriella wore a white mask around her chin, and Jacques a black facial covering

Sticking to the COVID restrictions still in place in Monaco at the moment, Prince Albert wore a red mask while Princess Gabriella wore a white mask around her chin, and Jacques a black facial covering

The children wrapped up warm for a sunny, yet chilly day (Princess Gabriella pictured)

The children wrapped up warm for a sunny, yet chilly day watching their father’s favorite football team. Seven-year-old Princess Gabriella looked ever so cool with some beige sunglasses to protect her eyes and a red AS Monaco baseball cap to show her support for the team. 

Her twin Prince Jacques also donned his own cap at some points during the match.

Her twin Prince Jacques also donned his own cap at some points during the match.

The children used binoculars to help see the players on the pitch at Louis II stadium.

The children used binoculars to help see the players on the pitch at Louis II stadium.

Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques, both seven, couldn't help but joke around with their binoculars in between plays.

Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques, both seven, couldn’t help but joke around with their binoculars in between plays. 

Prince Albert, 63, gave a cheery show to other football fans, though he was without yet another public appearance from his wife, Princess Charlene, 44.

Prince Albert, 63, gave a cheery show to other football fans, though he was without yet another public appearance from his wife, Princess Charlene, 44.

The Uber Eats league one football match ended with a loss for the Royal's team of choice, only scoring one goal against northeastern French team Stade de Reims, who scored two.

The Uber Eats league one football match ended with a loss for the Royal’s team of choice, only scoring one goal against northeastern French team Stade de Reims, who scored two. 

Princess Charlene was admitted to an undisclosed treatment facility outside Monaco in November, within days of her return to the principality following a 10-month absence in her native South Africa.

Princess Charlene was admitted to an undisclosed treatment facility outside Monaco in November, within days of her return to the principality following a 10-month absence in her native South Africa.

The royal, who is recovering from 'exhaustion, both emotional and physical', hadn't spoken publicly since her twins birthday in December. It comes as the royal agreed to star in a manga comic that was released on Friday.

The royal, who is recovering from ‘exhaustion, both emotional and physical’, hadn’t spoken publicly since her twins birthday in December. It comes as the royal agreed to star in a manga comic that was released on Friday. 

The wife of Prince Albert told the French newspaper Le Parisien she was 'immediately seduced' by the idea of participating in the sixth volume of the publication.

The wife of Prince Albert told the French newspaper Le Parisien she was ‘immediately seduced’ by the idea of participating in the sixth volume of the publication. 

She has now revealed she agreed to take part in the project more than a year ago according to creator of Blitz adventure Cédric Biscay. Pictured: Prince Albert, right, pictured beside AS Monaco's Vice President Oleg Petrov.

She has now revealed she agreed to take part in the project more than a year ago according to creator of Blitz adventure Cédric Biscay. Pictured: Prince Albert, right, pictured beside AS Monaco’s Vice President Oleg Petrov.

'I am really looking forward to the release of the sixth volume of Blitz, magnificently inspired by Garry Kasparov and designed by Daitaro Nishihara,' she said. Pictured: The prince speaking to AS Monaco's Russian Vice President, Oleg Petrov.

‘I am really looking forward to the release of the sixth volume of Blitz, magnificently inspired by Garry Kasparov and designed by Daitaro Nishihara,’ she said. Pictured: The prince speaking to AS Monaco’s Russian Vice President, Oleg Petrov.

Prince Albert previously appeared in the comics, serving as the hero in the fourth edition of the digital comic released in June 2021.

Prince Albert previously appeared in the comics, serving as the hero in the fourth edition of the digital comic released in June 2021.

The royal recently revealed Princess Charlene is 'doing much better'. Speaking to local newspaper Monaco-Matin, Albert said: 'Princess Charlene is doing much better, and I hope she will be back in the principality very soon.' His comment follows the most recent palace update, which described Charlene's recovery as 'continuing in a satisfying and very encouraging way'.

The royal recently revealed Princess Charlene is ‘doing much better’. Speaking to local newspaper Monaco-Matin, Albert said: ‘Princess Charlene is doing much better, and I hope she will be back in the principality very soon.’ His comment follows the most recent palace update, which described Charlene’s recovery as ‘continuing in a satisfying and very encouraging way’.

Albert has remained vague as to the exact cause of Charlene's illness, although he has said she is suffering from 'emotional and physical exhaustion'.

Albert has remained vague as to the exact cause of Charlene’s illness, although he has said she is suffering from ’emotional and physical exhaustion’.

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