Since it was known that Charlene from Monaco had contracted an ENT infection last May the questions about how he was were a constant. In recent weeks we have learned more details about Charlene’s state of health and recovery from statements made by her husband, Alberto de Monáco, or by some friends of the Princess. Now, he is the father of the former athlete, Michael Wittstock, who has spoken for the first time ever since his daughter, Princess Charlene, was admitted to a clinic in Switzerland, the one who has broken his silence about it in an interview given by the South African media You. And although right now the wife of Prince Albert after months of convalescence is physically and psychologically exhausted, his father fully trusts in his strength and that he will succeed.
Princess charlene suffered a serious infection after a sinus lift operation and a bone graft in her jaw, she had to undergo several surgeries and had to stay in South Africa while she recovered. The Princess returned to the Principality at the beginning of November, just in time to attend Monaco National Day, but his presence was canceled shortly before. After a family reunion with her husband and siblings, Princess Charlene accepted the recommendations they gave her to continue with his recovery away from public life and Monáco, on a quiet place to rest and undergo other treatments. A situation that does not scare Michael Wittstock. “My daughter used to swim 20 km a day“explained Charlene’s father, from his family’s home in East Rand, Gauteng province, “knowing his way of training, I know it’s tough”, has declared. Michael acknowledges that his daughter is not going through the best of times, but he also knows her character well, since he used to train her and follow her in swimming competitions since she was very little, and he has something very clear about the Princess: “He will get over this and come out much stronger.”, has stated emphatically.
Because of your illness, Charlene from Monaco had to stay 8 months in South Africa since, due to the pressure exerted by the height, he could not fly to return to the Principality. The 43-year-old Princess lived in a shelter on a reservation in Durban, KwaZule-Natal province, and Although he was in his home country and his parents do not live far away, he did not have the company of his family. His father has stated that they couldn’t be with hera during your convalescence and one of the fundamental reasons It was the fear of coronavirus. Michael, 75, and his wife Lynnette, 74, explained that due to their age they had to be very careful not to get infected and that, in addition, they were worried about visiting their daughter So what, after having undergone different medical treatments, was more vulnerable to the virus and could infect it. That is the reason why they preferred not to see their daughter during her long stay in South Africa. Although he has assured that they were in continuous contact, that he talks regularly on the phone with her and with the twins, since they all have an excellent relationship.
Michael’s message about the former swimmer’s state of health is hopeful. A few days ago, it was a friend of Princess Charlene who gave news and details to the medium PageSix over the past few months and they were a lot less reassuring. “We don’t know why the Palace downplays the fact that he almost died in South Africa.”said this source, who noted especially the worrying weight loss of the mother of Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella. A weight loss that had also been officially confirmed by Prince Albert II in person. “She suffers from incredible fatigue. She had not slept well for several days and was not eating well. She lost a lot of weight, which made her vulnerable to other potential illnesses,” Alberto de Monaco said in an interview with the magazine. People. Although the Prince is of the same opinion as his wife’s father and He has always shown his confidence in the strength and the full recovery of his wife.
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Charlene from Monaco’s father talks for the first time about his daughter’s health: ‘I know she will get over this’