Princess Charlotte isn't the only Royal baby being celebrated this week!
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene's five-month-old twins were baptised today at the Cathedral of Monaco to much fan fair from their adoring fans.
People lined the streets and cheered as the newly-baptised babies, Gabriella Thérése Marie and Jacques Honoré Rainier Grimaldi, emerged from the cathedral in their parent's arms before posing for the crowds. And there wasn't a tear in sight!
The twins wore traditional white christening gowns by Baby Dior, while Princess Charlene donned an elegant ivory two piece – also from Dior.
Prince Albert's sisters Princess Caroline and Princess Stephanie were in attendance as were Charlene's parents Lynette and Michael Whittstock who traveled from her home country of South Africa to celebrate their grandchildren's special day.
More than 700 guests and members of the public filled the cathedral, with hundreds more outside who watched the ceremony unfold on giant screens in the Palace square.
And, according to People, neither of the babies cried throughout the entire ceremony and following celebration!