The 8-month-old twins made their first appearance since their christening in May

By Maria Mercedes Lara
August 28, 2015 05:45 PM
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Twice the royal baby cuteness!

Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco introduced their twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella to traditional Monégasque culture on Friday.

The royal family posed with local children donning traditional garb for an annual picnic at Princess Antoinette Park in the European principality.

The twins, both 8 months, also wore baby-sized versions of Monégasque costumes for the event. Their look was slightly different from the last time we saw them in public when they wore Dior christening gowns for their glamorous May baptism.

Albert, 57, who recently celebrated the 10 years on the throne, hasn’t shied away from showing his love for his twins, telling PEOPLE exclusively in July that their birth was one of the “happiest moments” of the past decade (in addition to marrying Charlene, of course).

Charlene, 37, – who opted for glamorous “picnic” attire in a white lace top and bold red lips – also has opened up about the babies’ personalities, saying back in July that Jacques “is a real boss” and that he appeared to “have taken on much of his father’s [character].”

As for Gabriella, Charlene says she’s already “developing a real little princess attitude.”

She added, “I can tell you that pink is her favorite color and that ‘no’ is an answer she doesn’t like!”

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