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Prince Jacques and Princess Isabella of Monaco seen at Monaco E-prix 

Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco stole the show at a car race yesterday. 

The royal twins, six, who are the children of Prince Albert, 53 and Princess Charlene, 43, caught the attention of the crowd at the start of the ABB FIA Formula E Monaco E-Prix.

Prince Jacques and Gabriella were joined by their cousin, Kaia Rose Wittstock, Charlene's niece, for the occasion. 

The three children were seen running, posing and waving at the crowds and racers from the tribune where an amused Prince Albert stood with them.  

Princess Gabriella, left and her twin brother Prince Jacques of Monaco, six, stole the show as they accompanied their father Prince Albert II at the start of the ABB FIA Formula E Monaco E-Prix yesterday, pictured with their cousin Kaia Rose Wittstock

The twins both sported casual attire, with Prince Jacques dressed in a pair of jeans and a blue shirt and his sister donning a Daisy dress denim dress with a ink t-shirt, pictured

Wearing a light blue shirt and a pair of jeans, as well as a pair of sunglasses, Prince Jacques appeared confident as he waved to the crowd who had come to see the racers off. 

The young prince was seen giving 'peace signs' to members of the public, as well as running around with his cousin and his sister. 

Meanwhile, Isabelle was the spit image of her mother Charlene with a short blond bob, a denim dress emblazoned with a Daisy Duck head and a pink t-shirt. 

Kaia Rose, who is the daughter of Princess Charlene's brother Gareth Wittstock, wore a simple grey and white gingham dress and white sneakers for the occasion. 

The two children of the Monaco crown looked enthralled by the race during the event, with Prince Jacques donning a stylish pair of sunglasses

Princess Gabriella was pictured giving her father Prince Albert a huge during during the event yesterday 

Prince Albert, who was attending the race with Spanish businessman Alejandro Agag and his nephew Pierre Casiraghi, looked relaxed as he was photographed playing along with his children and niece. 

In one sweet picture, the father-of-two could be seen pointing to the cars to get his son's attention. 

In another candid moment, six-year-old Gabriella jumped into her father's arms on the side of the tribune. 

Having grown in the public eye, the royal twins do not shy away from the camera. 

Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques didn't shy away from showing their excitement during the race, with their cousin following suit 

A poised six-year-old Jacques snapped his finger as he paid close attention to the race yesterday

In April, their mother Princess Charlene shared a sweet snap of her family to mark Easter.

The former Olympic swimmer took to Instagram to share a sweet festive snap with her husband and Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques.  

Gabriella, and heir-to-the-throne Jacques, looked straight into the camera and posed with huge smiles, while Jacques wrapped his arms around his sister.

Meanwhile, Prince Albert perched against a wall, getting in on the action by also painting an egg as he sported a blue and white floral Hawaiian-style shirt. 

Attentive father-of-two Prince Albert, who was wearing a mask, pointed to the cars with his son 

After appearing to put on a united front in family pictures over Christmas, Charlene hailed her husband as 'loyal, determined and courageous'.    

Speaking with Point du Vue, she revealed: 'When my husband has problems, he tells me about it. I often tell him, "No matter what, no matter what, I'm a thousand percent behind you. I'll stand by you whatever you do, in good times or in bad." 

The mother-of-two went on to say she also often tells her husband she will 'protect him' and will 'always be by his side.'  

Prince Albert, second left, attended the race with Alejandro Agag, and Pierre Casiraghi, with his children and niece in toe. 

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