Princess Charlene of Monaco had a special date at the 6th Sainte Devote rugby tournament Stade Louis II in Monaco Saturday. She took along her one-year-old son Prince Jacques for the event. The mother and son were accompanied by Prince Albert II.

One of the two royal twins of Monaco, Jacques was bundled up in a navy puffer coat and blue jeans. The hooded jacket was pulled over the little prince’s head to make sure he was warm and toasty in the cold weather. The tot finished off his look in a pair of camel-colored lace-up shoes.

Charlene, meanwhile, looked stunning in a black turtle neck that she paired with matching trousers and long gray coat. The 38-year-old Monegasque royal’s coat featured chequered pattern on the sleeves and the collar and had chunky black buttons. The mother-of-two teamed up her chic outfit with black knee-high boots.

Her 57-year-old husband, who is also the Monaco sovereign, was covered up in a hooded navy jacket. The prince wore a white shirt paired with a blue tie and slung a black scarf around his neck. Albert kept an eye on his son while his wife met with the young rugby players and presented the trophy to the winning team.

However, notably missing from the fun was the royal couple’s daughter and Jacques’ twin sister, Princess Gabriella. Meanwhile Jacques and his mom had a great time as they walked hand-in-hand. The little prince was in his elements as he walked onto the pitch to pick up the rugby ball.

The St. Devote tournament is an under-12 rugby event sponsored by the Princess Charlene Foundation. It brings together children’s teams from 12 different nations including Abu Dhabi, South Africa, Spain, France, Tunisia and Russia. Also, Corsica (representing Italy) and Monaco also participated. A day earlier, Charlene, a former Olympic swimmer from South Africa, supervised a swimming lesson for local children.