Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco put on a show for crowds as they stepped out with their parents Princess Charlene and Prince Albert this evening.
The eight-year-old royal twins posed for photos with a huge cake in celebration of 100 years since the birth of Rainier III, while their parents looked on adoringly.
While Prince Jacques held out his arms to present the cake to crowds, Princess Gabriella, guided by her mother, cut a ceremonial slice.
Princess Charlene, 45, also turned heads today as she stepped out for the event and debuted a new brunette hairstyle.
The royal wore a simple fawn-coloured blazer with matching trousers and a cream top for the family day out.
Princess Charlene of Monaco was joined by her husband Prince Albert and Princess Stephanie for the occasion to celebrate the birth of the late Rainer III
Wearing her new dark pixie cut smooth and shiny, the mum-of-two accessorised the look with minimal makeup and diamond earrings.
Adding a slight edge to her outfit, Charlene finished by adding dark nail polish to her fingernails.
Meanwhile, her husband, 65, cut a dapper figure in a smart blue suit as he posed for photos with his wife.
Ta-da! Prince Jacques, eight, threw out his hands to the crowd as he presented a cake as part of the 100th anniversary celebrations
A sweet family portrait: Prince Albert and Princess Charlene posed for a photo with their eight-year-old twins
The royals posed for a photo with their wider family including Princess Stephanie of Monaco (to the left of Prince Albert)
Guided by her mother, Princess Gabriella held up a knife to cut the cake – under the watchful eye of her father Prince Albert
Charlene and Albert wore protective overalls to protect their clothes as they took part in an art workshop creating works in the image of Rainer III
Charlene and Albert’s son Jacques was also in attendance, enjoying the festivities and getting stuck in with the activities
Princess Charlene of Monaco (R) and Prince Albert II of Monaco (2nd R) drove out in a vintage car with their twins in the back as part of the celebrations to mark the birth of the late Rainer III
The Royals gathered in force to celebrate the birth of the late Rainier III, father of Prince Albert II and Princess Stephanie, driving a collection of vintage cars along the parade
The Princess, her husband, Albert II, 65, and their twin children Jacques and Gabriella, eight, were out to celebrate the birth of the late Rainier III.
The Principality of Monaco is celebrating the centenary of the birth of Rainier III, whose reign was marked by strong urban development.
Albert II, the son of iconic American movie star Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III, has been married to Princess Charlene since their wedding in 2011.
The couple were also snapped with Princess Stephanie of Monaco, 58, who wore a cool white suit for the occasion.
It comes as Charlene recently showed off her new look while stepping out for the Grand Prix alongside other members of the Royal Family.
She sported new hair do as she attended the annual motoring event, which is held on the Circuit de Monaco, with Prince Albert.
In a bold move away from her trademark platinum crop, Charlene sported rich, shining dark auburn hair, still in her signature elfin short style.
The royal, who appeared deep in thought as she was photographed standing next to her husband, paired the dramatic new ‘do with a chic maxi dress in a full-length classic shift-style cut, featuring rainbow coloured stripes down the front.
Pierre Casiraghi (R) and Beatrice Borromeo (2nd R) and other members of the royal family joined the Prince and Princess to drive along the parade in a vintage car
The Princess recently showed off her new hair colour – a dark brunette in the same cut as before her trademark pixie style
The Royal couple appeared in good sprits as they sprayed paint to create works of art at the event in honour of the late monarch of Monaco
Charlene smiles as she shows off her artistic flair while Albert stands next to her, with Stephanie (R) looking on at the scene
The couple’s other child, Princess Gabriella, also had a go at making art with her mum who was happy to help out
Her locks were simply styled into a side parting, to show off her simple diamond studs, and her elegant make-up look comprising a fresh base and light brown smokey eyes.
Meanwhile, Prince Albert was also smart, donning slacks with a classic blazer, crisp shirt and tie.
Also at the Grand Prix was Grace Kelly’s granddaughter Charlotte Casiraghi, 36, accompanied by her husband, Dimitri Rassam, and her son Raphaël, eight.
Meanwhile, Grace Kelly’s grandson, Louis Ducruet, 30, was also in attendance with his wife, Marie Chevallier, also 30.
Pierre Casiraghi, 35, and his wife, Beatrice Borromeo, 37, also attended, alongside Andrea Casiraghi, 38, and his Tatiana Santo Domingo, 39. The pair were picture with their son, Maximilian and daughter India.
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert’s outing followed a public appearance together earlier this month, when they attended a Buckingham Palace reception hosted by King Charles on the eve of his coronation, before attending the Westminster Abbey ceremony itself.
Their London appearance followed the couple stepping out in public in April with their children for the first time since the palace was forced to deny rumours the couple’s marriage was on the rocks.
The family looked picture-perfect as Charlene put her arm around eight-year-old Prince Jacques and placed her other hand on Princess Gabriella’s shoulders as they went to a match as part of the Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament.
The sweet family appearance came weeks after a French publication reported Princess Charlene and Prince Albert were in the process of a divorce – something the palace has strenuously denied.
After ROYAUTÉ reported their 12-year marriage was coming to an end, a spokesman said the couple ‘formally deny the malicious rumours peddled by the magazine’.
Tatiana Santo Domingo (front R) and Andrea Casiraghi (2ndR) drove Princess Stephanie along the parade in another vintage car
It was very much a family affair with Charlene, Albert, the twins and Stephanie all in attendance for the special occasion
Charlene showed off her impeccable style in a chic fawn-coloured blazer and trousers, while Albert donned a smart dark blue suit and crisp white shirt with a cream fedora
In recent weeks the couple have put on a united front at events around the principality, including a memorial mass service for Prince Albert’s late father, Prince Rainier, earlier this month.
However, Princess Charlene fuelled rumours her marriage was on the rocks when she was spotted on a solo trip to Milan last month without wearing her wedding ring.
She later returned to Monaco and attended an awards ceremony alongside her husband, and was once again wearing the ring.
However, later that day, the couple made a joint appearance at the Monte Carlo Woman of the Year awards, where Charlene appeared to be wearing her wedding ring – pouring cold water on the split rumours.
The plot seemed to thicken at the next royal engagement, when Prince Albert attended the Rose Ball in Monaco without his wife present.