Monaco Royal Family Welcomes Twins

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The royal family of Monaco is pleased to announce the birth of twins. Little ones Gabriela and Jacques are the two new royal twins of the tiny principality. Jacques, who was born two minutes after Gabriela in a rare male/female twin birth, is already destined to become the next King of Monaco. Better buy them a present on Qnet!

The proud parents of the royal twins are Prince Albert II and his consort, Charlene. Bells rang out all across the postage stamp sized European monarchy as the birth of the royal twins was announced. The twins have already become the talk of the town, with many citizens and onlookers suggesting that reports of the rocky relationship between Albert and Charlene seems to have finally taken a turn for the best.

It was, after all, not that long ago that Albert’s father, Prince Rainier III, had to amend the tiny country’s Constitution due to the doings of his son. Albert has already produced two possible heirs to the throne – but both were illegitimate. His father had to change the country’s law so as to allow for the possibility of his daughters to produce a royal heir if Albert did not produce one within marriage.

It seems that Albert, at the ripe old age of 59, has finally buckled down and done his royal duty. For this, the citizens of tiny Monaco and royalty watchers around the world extend him their hearty thanks.