How is Charlène doing? When will he come home? Fans of European royal families and experts of the Principality have been wondering about it for months now, ever since the princess left Monaco never to return. It’s been over eight months, in fact, that Charlene resides in South Africa, his native country: «He had to promote a project against the poaching of rhinos and take some time off with some friends“. And instead. Since then, the health conditions of the former swimmer have been worrying.
Officially, Albert of Monaco’s wife allegedly contracted a serious one infection otolaryngology, after dental surgery. From there a succession of painful operations and the ban on flying for medical reasons.
But now it seems that the return to Munich may be closer. As he tells People, the return of Princess Charlene it should, in fact, be “imminent”. The last operation, continues a spokesman for the Palace, “Was scheduled for today.” Then, having heard the opinion of the doctors, the 43-year-old should be able to travel.
Prince Albert had anticipated the good news a few days ago, explaining that his wife would undergo a new medical check-up: «Charlène is better. He’ll be home soon. ‘ Alberto had also made it clear that “several complications” had stunted Charlène’s return to Monaco. As the collapse which forced her to a new hospitalization at the end of September. And before that, on August 13, he had undergone four-hour surgery under general anesthesia.
And perhaps only with the return of the princess to Monaco will the rumors that have wanted her for months be appeased one step away from divorce with Alberto. «Charlène did not go into exile in South Africa. He didn’t leave Munich by accident! She didn’t leave because she was mad at me or with anyone else. All this chatter hurts both me and my wife “, said the prince, exasperated, a few months ago, before leaving for South Africa to visit his wife and their two children. Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, 6 years. Staying away from the twins, Charlène said, has been the greatest difficulty in recent months. But the date of their next meeting now appears to be much closer.