The German press assures that Charlene of Monaco would have flown to Switzerland on March 22. To honor a medical appointment. For Bilde, the convalescence of the princess follows a precise protocol…
It’s a furtive appearance, photographed from afar, that has people talking. Tuesday March 22, Charlene of Monaco would have been seen, with a new look, on the tarmac of Nice airport. Direction Switzerland, for a medical check-up, says the program Royal Talk, broadcast by the German channel RTL. On March 12, the royal palace confirmed the return of the wife of Albert II, after 4 months of care in a specialized institution. But no picture was released, and the agenda of the princess, still needing “calm and rest”, was not detailed. Priority to her convalescence. However, Bilde’s website corroborates the hypothesis of a recent trip to Switzerland for medical reasons.
According to our German colleagues, Charlene, preferring herself a gradual return to the light, follows a precise protocol. In a “state of deep general fatigue” according to the palace, dangerously thin, on her return from South Africa in November, the princess has benefited from a tailored supervision on the other side of the Alps. The former champion swimmer gained weight, thanks to a diet developed by a top chef, says Bilde. In the mornings, she still worked on her physical and mental fitness, with yoga and swimming sessions in an infinity pool overlooking Lake Geneva. Discipline has long marked Charlene’s life. In December, her father Michael even assured that it would allow the princess to resurface.
Regular appointments in Switzerland and family consultations with Albert II and the twins
According to Bilde, after having allowed her to return to the principality at the end of February, the doctors and therapists following Charlene have proposed a protocol to successfully complete her convalescence from a distance. In addition to regular check-ups, they suggested that Albert II and the twins Jacques and Gabriella, who are now fused with their father, participate in certain consultations. For Bilde, Charlene is entering the most delicate part of her convalescence, now that she is no longer entrenched behind the protective walls of her Swiss clinic. Her likely departure for Switzerland on March 22, however, seems to be a testament to her investment in her full recovery. Reassuring.
Photo credits: Olivier Huitel / Pool Restreint Monaco / Bestimage