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LOOK: Monaco's Princess Gabriella Spotted with Jollibee

She’s the queen bee of Monaco’s toddler jet-set.
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Monaco's Princess Gabriella was seen out on the town recently with her royal twin, Prince Jacques, and their parents, Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene, at Monaco’s annual Sainte Devote procession. Sainte Devote is the sovereign city state’s patron saint.

Three-year-old Gabriella is the queen bee of Monaco's toddler jet-set.

Her companion for the evening?

Filipino king bee, Jollibee.

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Prince Albert II visited the Philippines in 1999, and then later again, in 2016.

It has been reported that there a number of Filipinos working in the royal family household.

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