Previously, the Daily Mail had reported that the parents of Charlene of Monaco had plans to move not far from the royal palace of Monaco. A rumor that the relatives of the princess have quickly denied …
Previously, some information reported that the parents of Charlene of Monaco – living in the town of Bonani, South Africa – aimed to move not far from Monaco. Indeed, according to several sources told the Daily Mail on January 12, Lynette and Michael Wittstock would aim to move to La Turbie to be by their daughter’s side. However, everything leads us to believe that these claims are indeed false.
Indeed, as reported by the site News24, this information was quickly denied by the family of Charlene of Monaco. Indeed, Chantell Wittstock (Charlene’s sister-in-law) quickly made known that this rumor was “totally false”. “Michael and Lynette are still in Benoni,” she said, before continuing, categorical: “They have not moved and they have no intention of moving to Monaco.” A statement that has the merit of being clear.
Princess Charlene of Monaco: always very close to her parents
Even if the parents of Charlene of Monaco are not likely to leave South Africa, they remain nevertheless very present in the life of their daughter. For good reason, as Bertrand Deckers, an expert in royalty, pointed out to Gala.fr, the wife of Prince Albert regularly communicates with them.
And when Charlene was visiting a private clinic in Switzerland, her parents had expressly made the trip to support her. “Her parents Lynette and Michael live very close to her, since they have a house in La Turbie, had assured the expert. Charlene of Monaco sees them very often. When she returned from Switzerland, they had lunch together every day at Roc Agel.” An unconditional support on which the mother of Jacques and Gabriella can count.
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