When there are hours until Monaco dresses up to celebrate its National Day, Prince Albert has granted an interview in which she sheds light on one of the mysteries that surround Princess Charlene after her return to the Principality, after spending six months in South Africa, her native country, suffering from a serious ear, nose and throat infection. The sovereign has assured in Monaco Matin that his wife “It is not in the Principality, but we will be able to visit it very soon. I can not say more for discretion “, ensures in the publication. Two days ago, the Princely Palace released an official statement in which it was reported that Charlene was temporarily retiring of public life to regain his health. In addition to confirm the absence of the Princess at the National Day celebrations, which is commemorated this Friday, the Grimaldi House assured that: “Protecting comfort and privacy is essential to his recovery, the location of the Princess will remain strictly confidential.”
In addition to these statements, the brother of the princesses Carolina and Estefanía has clarified how his wife is. “He is better, but he still needs rest and peace. It is not in the Principality, but we will be able to visit it very soon. I cannot say more for discretion. There is fatigue, not just physical, that can only be treated with a period of rest and follow-up ”, has manifested. The truth is that the specific whereabouts of Charlene from Monaco is an enigma. At first It was speculated that he did not live in the Palace, according to his sister-in-law Chantell, sister of his brother Sean Wittstock and member of the board of his foundation, in the Daily Mail.
The British newspaper assured that before her trip to South Africa, which took place last May, the former Olympic swimmer already he lived most of the time in a two-room apartment located about 300 meters from the Grimaldi residence. Upon her return, her sister-in-law considered that she would choose the most comfortable option for her. “It is not clear yet where it will be installed or anything like that, that is, it has just arrived and has yet to be located. The Princess is very happy to see the children and they to see their mother again,” he explained. However, the words of Alberto de Monaco have once again sowed more doubts. Days after the Princess stepped onto Monegasque soil, Chantell Wittstock told South African News 24 that: “The Princess is extremely happy to be back home with her family.”
In addition to talking about Charlene, the Prince also talks in this new interview about his role as a father with his young children, twins Jacques and Gabriella, who will be seven years old on December 10. The sovereign wants to be a father present in his day to day “so as not to have regrets.” “I have heard too many friends and acquaintances tell me that they regret not having been for their children,” he says in the Monegasque environment.
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Alberto de Monaco confirms that Charlene is not in the Principality and that her ailment ‘is not only physical’