Pauline Ducruet, daughter of Stephanie of Monaco and therefore niece of Prince Albert, defended her aunt by marriage in a recent interview for the British newspaper “Telegraph”.
Charlene of Monaco is still convalescing and stuck in South Africa. The princess, victim of an ENT infection and unable to fly for seven months, can no longer see the end of the tunnel. Her children, James and Gabriella, and Prince Albert II either. They went to visit him this summer, but then returned to the Rock. In addition to the distance, the princely couple suffers from rumors that there is water in the gas. Even Pauline Ducruet, daughter of Stephanie of Monaco and therefore niece by marriage of Charlene, is fed up.
The 27 year old fashion designer, who spoke out in defense of her aunt in the Telegraph this Saturday, October 2, when journalist Caroline Leaper asked her what she thought of the rumors that claim that it is Prince Albert, “rather than his health”, that keeps Charlene of Monaco away.
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“I know what’s going on,” said Pauline Ducruet, not at all confirming the tensions within the princely couple, but rather highlighting the tendency to make buzz, on everything and anything, of the European tabloids. “I do not need to read these magazines to understand what is going on. Every time the spotlight is on the family, I know very well what the goal is,” she continued.
Unlike the royal family of England, which deviates very little from its principle of discretion “never complain, never explain”, Prince Albert of Monaco has already commented on the divorce rumors in the press. Last Tuesday, he also assured on RMC that his wife “was better” and that she would be able to “return very soon”.
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