Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques steal the show

 The youngest of the Monaco royals showed she knows how to entertain a crowd as the principality celebrated its patron saint yesterday with its traditional boat-burning ceremony. 

Princess Gabriella, six, stole the show when she stepped out with her twin brother Prince Jacques and their parents, Princess Charlene, 43, and Prince Albert, 62. 

The young royal was wearing a stylish pink coat to match her skirt and bucket hat and seemed enthralled by the evening's celebrations. 

Showing that age is no barrier to style, the young princess sported a £2,800 Lady Dior silver nano handbag, made from sheepskin. 

The youngest of the Monaco royals showed she knows how to entertain a crowd as the principality celebrated its patron saint yesterday

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The youngest of the Monaco royals showed she knows how to entertain a crowd as the principality celebrated its patron saint yesterday

Princess Gabriella, six, stole the show when she stepped out with her twin brother Prince Jacques and their parents, Princess Charlene, 43, and Prince Albert, 62

Princess Gabriella, six, stole the show when she stepped out with her twin brother Prince Jacques and their parents, Princess Charlene, 43, and Prince Albert, 62

The young royal was wearing a stylish pink coat to match her skirt and bucket hat and seemed enthralled by the evening's celebrations

The young royal was wearing a stylish pink coat to match her skirt and bucket hat and seemed enthralled by the evening's celebrations

She teamed her outfit with a par of black and white trainers and some white tights

The young royal also wear a silver Dior handbag across her shoulder, which cost a huge £2800

She teamed her outfit with a par of black and white trainers and some white tights, and a £2800 silver Dior handbag and matching trainers

Princess Gabriella joined in on the day's festivities while wrapped up warmly

Princess Gabriella joined in on the day's festivities while wrapped up warmly 

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Her mother Charlene helped while looking equally as stylish in a long black and red coat and black beret

Her mother Charlene helped while looking equally as stylish in a long black and red coat and black beret

Mother Charlene cut a stylish figure in a long red coat and navy stilettos as she held her daughter's hand.   

Saint Dévote's Day is a national holiday in Monaco and celebrates its patron saint, a Christian martyr who was killed and tortured for her faith in the 4th century. 

The municipality's residents burn a boat every year in honour of the legend that Devota, a young Christian women from Corsica, was martyed by the Prefect Barbarus under the Emperors Diocletian and Maximian. 

It is said that her body was removed by believers during the night after her

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