Princess Charlene of Monaco made her return to the principality. However, she would continue her convalescence away from the Rock, in the farm of Roc Agel. Worried about his wife, according to information relayed by milleunadonna, Prince Albert II would have prohibited him to drive his vehicle during his trips.
After staying in a specialized facility to treat his physical and moral exhaustion, Charlene of Monaco has found her children Jacques and Gabriella and her husband Prince Albert. “In agreement with her doctors and while her recovery is well underway, Their Serene Highnesses have agreed together that Princess Charlene can now continue her convalescence in the principality, with her husband and children,” had announced an official statement from the Monegasque palace published on March 12. But Charlene of Monaco would not have returned to the private apartments of the royal palace. She would indeed have moved to Roc Agel, where she was confined in the spring of 2020 with her children during the coronavirus pandemic. Located in the Monegasque hinterland, this estate of 56 hectares was acquired by Prince Rainier in 1957. The place, nicknamed La Ferme, has a building built into the hillside. “No one has been unaware for years that Charlene, whenever she can, flees from protocol, dividing her time between the Provençal refuge of Roc Agel, offered by Rainier to Grace, a house in Corsica, lent by friends, and vacations in Turkey,” reported Stephane Bern in Paris Match in August 2021.
But Roc Angel was also the refuge of Grace Kelly, the mother of Prince Albert II. A peaceful place but also the place of a tragedy: the death of the princess on September 14, 1982. That day, at the wheel of her Rover, with her daughter Stephanie by her side, she did not fasten her seat belt. On the mountain road with its many curves, the princess lost control of the vehicle. She died the next day as a result of internal bleeding. A painful memory for Prince Albert, who would obviously not want an accident to happen again. According to information from the site milleunadonna, he would have confiscated the car of Charlene of Monaco to prevent her from going alone to the estate in Roc Agel. “Albert has chosen a wife who looks very much like his mother,” had deciphered Philippe Delorme in The Economist in August 2021.
Princess Charlene of Monaco: This detail that has not gone unnoticed
On May 2, 2022, Charlene of Monaco made a very noticeable appearance at the rugby tournament Sainte Devote, organized by her foundation. That day, the wife of Prince Albert II has notably displayed her engagement ring. A 3-carat diamond that, according to the Daily Mail, would be worn to silence the rumors of a possible separation with the father of her children. “After being away for so long during her illness, Charlene is so happy to be back with Albert and the children. They spend every weekend at their country home. Albert fully supports Charlene and also helps her with her charity work,” a source close to the royal couple told Page Six.
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