Charlène of Monaco, the latest operation “went very well”

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The last operation she had to undergo Charlene Wittstock And “Went very well”. He revealed it to Hi! a source of Palazzo Grimaldi. The prince’s wife Alberto has been stuck in South Africa for eight months now, where she had flown to promote a project against the poaching of rhinos. In his homeland, however, he contracted a serious one infection otolaryngology. From there a succession of painful operations and the ban on flying for medical reasons. Just in recent days, a spokesman for the royals of Monaco had made it known that the princess had to undergo one last surgery.

Then, if all went well, she could go home.

Charlene she was operated on under total anesthesia last Friday, so she remained for forty-eight hours under observation. Now the good news, revealed aa Hi! from a source of the Palace: “Everything went very well“. The tormented return of the princess to Monaco, in short, this time it seems really close. After “several complications”, such as the collapse that at the end of September forced her to a new hospitalization, the former swimmer will finally be able to reunite with her husband and his children, the six-year-old twins Jacques e Gabriella.

And perhaps only with the return to Monaco of the princess 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 weeks ago.

Words that hadn’t stopped the rumors. If Charlène’s return to Monaco is really close, the presence of the princess, finally healthy, finally close to her loved ones, will suffice to deflate the Wittstock “case” which in recent months has caused rivers of ink to spill.

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