Magical getaway to Disneyland Paris for the twins, but without Princess Charlene of Monaco

Prince Albert II was in Paris this Friday, May 13, and took the opportunity to bring his children to Disneyland. Despite her recent return to the media scene, Charlene was not present for this family outing.

The news was shared by the Spanish media Lecturas. Prince Albert II went with his twins, Prince James and Princess Gabriella, 7, to Disneyland Paris this Friday, May 13, three years after their first visit to the park. The regent took advantage of a small discreet escapade to please his children, but on the photos published by Lecturas, no trace of Charlene, their mother. Just returned to the media scene, after long months spent in convalescence, following her infection of the ENT area, here she is already gone again.

However, the princess has been present at two sporting events in recent weeks and has shown that her health has improved. On her Instagram posts, Charlene has, moreover, appeared particularly happy. A close friend of the royal family told Page Six that they “spend every weekend in their country house. Albert fully supports Charlene and also helps her with her charities.”


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Princess Charlene of Monaco isolated from the rest of her family?

During Charlene’s first official outing after her return, her body language intrigued expert Judi James, who deciphered it for the British media Daily Mail. She noticed that the couple stood at a distance from each other and that Charlene’s “pensive” expression made her look “isolated” from the rest of her family, playful about the event.

“Charlene looks emotionally isolated here, with a very sad expression and a pensive look,” Judi James explained. In photos taken at the event, Charlene stands behind her daughter Gabriella, with her hand resting on the 7-year-old’s chest, her wedding ring clearly visible. Such a position would suggest that Charlene wants to “protect and reassure Gabriella, while emphasizing her role as a loving wife with her wedding ring.

Photo credits: Bruno Bebert / Bestimage

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