Princess Charlene back in Monaco: Her recovery is on track

According to a statement from the Palace of Monaco made public this Saturday, March 12, Princess Charlene is finally back on the Rock. Absent for several months for health problems, the wife of Prince Albert can now “continue her convalescence in the Principality”, her recovery being “on track.”

She is finally back! After long months of absence, Princess Charlene “has just returned to Monaco,” revealed this Saturday, March 12, an official press release from the Princely Palace. “She is happy to have returned to her family and loved ones,” it reads. As the document also states, her recovery being “on the right track”, the mother of Jacques and Gabriella can now “continue her convalescence in the principality, with her husband and children.” The next few weeks “should allow her to recover completely so that she can gradually resume her official activities,” the Palace said, before indicating that the princess is delighted to be able to once again share “moments of conviviality with the Monegasques who have missed her so much.”

The statement nevertheless calls for the utmost caution: it is still time to rest for Charlene. The latter “still in need of calm and serenity, the princely couple asks that we continue to respect her private life and her family setting.” It seems unlikely that Albert’s wife will make a public appearance in the coming days. Monegasques will have to take their pain in patience.

Charlene of Monaco back with her family after four months of convalescence

After spending eight months in South Africa due to a succession of operations for ENT problems, the princess was briefly back on the Rock last November. But in view of her state of health, she had again left her family to rest in a specialized center in Switzerland. After four months of convalescence, the former swimming champion is definitely better. A few weeks ago, her husband was already reassuring about her recovery. “Princess Charlene is much better,” he told our colleagues of Monaco Matin. “I hope she will be back in the Principality very soon”, he added. And well it is done!

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