Prince Albert of Monaco refuses 430 million to Princess Charlene – revelation about his refuge in Montreux

Albert of Monaco would have finally refused to pay the 430 million that his wife would have demanded, however, for her care in a clinic in Montreux, he does not hesitate to pay the full price.

Last year, while the Monegasque first lady was holed up in South Africa, where she was treating an infection in the ENT area, the magazine Public reported a crisis in the couple.

“Jacques and Gabriella miss her terribly,” said a source close to the royal family who spoke on condition of anonymity. “But she intends to stay in her native country until her husband grants her what she is asking for: the end of this front marriage and a financial compensation of 430 million euros.

Charlene of Monaco would have felt betrayed and used.
Fortunately, this dark prediction did not come true.

What seems likely is that the prince does not hesitate to pay an insane amount of money for the care of Charlene of Monaco at the “Clinic les Alpes”, reports the Daily Mail, based on a revelation of Bild.

The father of Gabriella and Jacques would pay € 43,000 per week for his beloved wife to be treated for “deep general fatigue” in the luxurious “Clinic les Alpes” in Montreux, Switzerland.
This clinic – which employs 30 experts – is one of the best in the world for care related to mental health and addictions.

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