During an interview with Point de Vue, on newsstands this Wednesday, October 27, Albert of Monaco gave some news of his wife, recluse in South Africa. Good news: the Monegasque princess should a priori be present for the national holiday on the Rock.
Charlene of Monaco, recluse for several months in South Africa, will she answer present to the national holiday of the Rock, November 19? It seems so! In an interview with Point de Vue, in kiosk this Wednesday, October 27, her husband Albert of Monaco answered the burning question: the Monegasque princess, plagued by stubborn health problems, will be able to consider her return “very soon” in the principality. “I can tell you that she will be in Monaco well before the national holiday. It is not possible for me to specify the exact date, but I promise you that you will know when the time comes,” he said, while slipping some reassuring news on the health of the former Olympic swimmer.
Affected by an infection of the “ENT” area, Charlene of Monaco had to undergo several surgical interventions. Her last operation dates back to October 8. “She is doing much better. This last operation which concerned the nasal septum went very well”, reassured Albert of Monaco, who will go to Glasgow to participate in the COP26, the world summit dedicated to the climate. Since the departure of his wife in South Africa, where she grew up, the head of state has honored many commitments alone. In private, the father of twins Jacques and Gabriella celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary without his other half. He also attended alone the first day of school for his two children.
In “terrible” need of his children
The return of Charlene of Monaco on the Rock is particularly awaited by the Monegasques. They hope to find their princess for the traditional national holiday, a crucial appointment for the princely family. As her health has improved, the former South African athlete should be able to attend this symbolic day alongside her husband and their twins. “She misses her children terribly, but she has no way to bring them to her, constitutionally, they belong to the principality,” revealed a source close to the Palace to Elle magazine, last October.
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