On Wednesday, Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene visited the Christmas tree at the Palace of Monaco. The couple, along with the prince's nephews Camille Gottlieb and Louis Ducruet, distributed Christmas gifts to 680 children aged five to 12 years.
Charlene chose a red dress with matching shoes and gloves for the event, complementing the look with a long black coat. Albert put on a tie and blue trousers. The couple posed next to Santa Claus' throne and children attending the celebration.
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II recently unveiled a Christmas card in which they pose with their children, eight-year-old twins Jacques and Gabriella.
Spouses, despite rumors of problems in their relationship, often go out with their children. In November, they, along with their children and other family members, traditionally greeted local residents from the palace balcony.