After months spent in convalescence in South Africa, Charlene of Monaco may not return to live at the Palace according to her sister-in-law, Chantell Wittstock.
Back in Monaco since Monday, November 8, Charlene of Monaco has finally found her family after many months of separation. The princess was welcomed at the airport of Monaco by her husband, Prince Albert and her twins Jacques and Gabriella who were waiting for her, bouquet of flowers in hand. Before leaving South Africa, Charlene of Monaco had also made known that she was eager to find her children without mentioning her husband. An oversight that questions. And this is not the words of Chantell Wittstock, Charlene’s sister-in-law who will silence the new rumors that circulate on the princely couple.
According to information relayed by the “Daily Mail” on Thursday, November 11, Charlene of Monaco could move into an apartment where she already lived before her departure to South Africa. Composed of two rooms, it is located above a former chocolate factory, about 300 meters from the Palace. When asked about the matter, Chantell Wittstock said the princess “will probably commute between the two, she’ll go where she feels comfortable. And none of that is clear yet. “She’s just arrived, so it’s everyone finding their feet. The princess is very excited to see her children and they are very excited to see their mom,” she added.
“SHE WILL GO WHERE SHE FEELS COMFORTABLE”
Chantell Wittstock, however, did not want to answer about the rumors about the marriage of Charlene and Albert of Monaco. “It’s absolutely not something I can comment on. But what I can say is that the princess is back in Monaco with her husband and children, that should say it all,” she said. She also said that Charlene will not immediately resume her official duties. It is therefore not yet certain that the princess will participate in the Monegasque national holiday on November 19 as announced by her husband.
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