Charlene returned home from Monaco. Nearly a year has passed since it was announced that the princess would be taking a “period of calm and rest”, and now, in a statement issued by the Royal House on Saturday, it is learned that Charlene has returned to the principality to continue with her recovery with her husband Alberto II and her six-year-old twins Jaime and Gabriella. Years.
It was in November 2021, after a six-month trip to her native South Africa, when the princess fell ill and had to give up her activities at the royal house. And the spokesperson for the royal regime confirmed, on Saturday, in the issued statement, that the princess was “happy” to be reunited with her family, and explained that “in the coming weeks, she will be able to fully resume her official activities.”
So far, not much is known about his health. He was last known to have been admitted to a private clinic located in the Swiss Alps, where he appears to have been discharged. She now returns to Monaco with her family, who are not completely separated from her, as it seems that they would have gone to visit her often.
However, his new return did not mean that he had settled again in the palace. It can be read: “As soon as her health allows it, the princess will have the joy of living with the Monaco family, which she missed so much.” The princess is back to continue her recovery, which may be sooner rather than later.
Since falling ill on her trip to South Africa, the 44-year-old princess has undergone three surgeries for a serious ear, nose and throat injury she sustained after undergoing a sinus lift and bone grafting. It was announced he was leaving Monaco last November to recover from “a state of deep public fatigue”.
And speculation about the princess and her husband has not stopped since then. At the end of last year, due to the absence of his wife, Prince Albert II himself had to deny persistent rumors that both of them were going through a strong marital crisis.
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