Monday, November 29

She still needs “rest”

Charlene von Monaco
She still needs “rest”

Princess Charlène had recently returned to Monaco from South Africa.

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The return to Monaco was apparently short-lived. Princess Charlène is currently no longer in the principality.

After it became known that Princess Charlène (43) will not attend Monaco’s national holiday on Friday, Prince Albert II (63) speaks about his wife’s current state of health. The 63-year-old explained in an interview with “Monaco-Matin” that she is doing better, but she still needs “rest”. as reported by the “Daily Mail”, among others.

Although Charlène had recently returned from South Africa due to health problems, she is currently not in the principality. The family apparently wants to visit her as soon as possible. In this situation, his family was his top priority, the prince continued to say. The two’s six-year-old twins, Gabriella and Jacques, would have suffered from their mother’s absence. Right now is an important time in children’s lives.

Charlène wants to get back to duties soon

Before the palace had already announcedthat Charlène would not attend the national holiday. In order for her to get well again, she must continue to recover in a place that should remain confidential. As soon as her state of health allows, Charlène will return to her “princely duties” and look forward to “spending time with the Monegasque”.

Princess Charlène returned at the beginning of November after a stay of several months in South Africa returned to her family in Monaco. “Originally I was only supposed to stay here ten to twelve days”, said the princess at the end of July in an interview with the radio station “Radio 702”. She continued to cure, but could “not force the healing,” she continued. At that time it was already clear that she would probably have to stay in her old home until the end of October. The princess suffered from a severe ear, nose and throat infection.


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