Jacques and Gabriella of Monaco, a Halloween… monstrous to the joy of mother Charlène Wittstock

The twins are a beauty…. scary: he's a vampire, she's a 'fierce' pumpkin. And the princess posts everything on her Instagram profile (attracting hundreds of enthusiastic comments)

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Halloween is a democratic holiday: it unites stars and ordinary people, aristocrats and commoners. Even the twins Jacques and Gabriella of Monaco willingly submit to the rite of 'Trick or Treat'. And it certainly cannot be said that mother Charlène Wittstock, who published the photo of her children on her social networks, has spared no effort. – Photo | video

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Jacques and Gabriella of Monaco, the twins 'grow up quickly': words (and images) of mother Charlene Wittstock - guard

SHE AS A PUMPKIN, HE AS A VAMPIRE - Not only for the disguise of the two children, but also for that… of the environment: fake cobwebs, pumpkin-shaped balloons and so on and so forth. Gabriella is dressed as a pumpkin, shows her nails like a wild beast and has fake scars on her cheeks. Jacques, more composed, is dressed as Dracula or as a vampire: thumb raised, he has smears of blood on the sides of his mouth, but we don't know if he has sharp canines.

Charlène Wittstock and Albert of Monaco, big party for the sea dogs Jacques and Gabriella – guard



LONG LIVE HALLOWEEN - As mentioned, the photo was published on Princess Charlène's official profile, with a concise and joyful caption: 'Happy Halloween'. Two words that have attracted hundreds of comments (all enthusiastic, many in Italian).

Charlene Wittstock (with her children Jacques and Gabriella) is the real winner of the Monaco Grand Prix – guard

Source: oggi.it