Charlène of Monaco returns home after months in South Africa


PARIS, 08 NOV – Princess Charlene of Monaco returned to the Principality Palace this morning after several months spent in South Africa, where she underwent some surgeries. It has been learned from sources of the Monegasque Palace. Charlene landed at 8:35 this morning at Nice airport, aboard the Principality plane that brought her home from Durban. For several months in South Africa, the country in which she grew up and of which she is a national, the wife of Prince Albert II, 43, underwent a surgical operation on August 13, but few details have been made public. Alberto and the children of the two joined her for convalescence. In September, the princess was again rushed to hospital with an illness due to complications from a severe ear, nose and throat infection she had contracted in May. In early October, Charlene underwent a new surgery under general anesthesia linked to the infection. Former senior swimmer, Charlene Lynette Wittstock, born in 1978 in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), married Albert II of Monaco in 2011. 10 years of marriage were not celebrated in July in the Principality due to Charlène’s absence. (HANDLE).
(HANDLE)




Source link

Leave a Comment