Princess Charlene of Monaco recovered: She appears with Prince Albert and their daughter

After several weeks of absence, notably because of Covid-19, Princess Charlene made a remarkable appearance, on the balcony of the princely palace, this Thursday June 16. A return that has reassured the Monegasques.

Charlene made her comeback! Since her appearance at the Monaco Grand Prix, alongside Prince Albert and their two children, the former professional swimmer, who has had a series of health problems in recent months, has been very discreet. Diagnosed positive for Covid-19 on June 5, she has isolated herself. But while her convalescence period was dragging on, her absence raised concerns and questions. Against all odds, the mother of Jacques and Gabriella signed his great return on The Rock this Thursday, June 16. She appeared on the balcony of the royal palace, alongside her husband, Prince Albert, and their daughter, Princess Gabriella, on the occasion of Corpus Domini, celebrated sixty days after Easter.


Dignified as always and not letting anything show on her face, Charlene of Monaco has once again relied on a sober and elegant look, with a navy blue belted coat, which allowed to mark her size, as evidenced by a series of shots unveiled on social networks. Proud of her new haircut, Prince Albert’s wife sported her white hair, which contrasted with a bright lipstick. By appearing publicly on the balcony of the princely palace, which is more on this important day, Princess Charlene has probably also wanted to reassure the Monegasques on his health.


The absence of Prince Jacques questions

If Charlene of Monaco has honored with her presence at Corpus Christi this year, another member of the Monegasque princely family was conspicuous by his absence: Prince Jacques of Monaco. Unlike his sister, who had put on a pretty white dress for the occasion, the 7-year-old boy did not come to the balcony during the ceremony. So, did he catch the Covid in his turn? Did he have better things to do? One thing is sure, he didn’t have school, as Corpus Christi is considered a holiday on the Rock. For the moment, the royal palace has not communicated on this subject. To be continued…


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