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Charlene of Monaco temporarily withdraws from public life

Charlene of Monaco temporarily withdraws from public life

after the princess Charlene After Monaco returned to the principality on November 8, after spending six months in South Africa recovering from a serious infection, there were high expectations of knowing when he would return to his royal duties.

Last Saturday the 13th Prince Alberto He traveled to Dubai for the World Expo, a trip where his wife was expected to accompany him. Instead, the ruler of Monaco traveled with his younger sister, the Princess Stephanieand her son, Louis Ducroix.

Now, the Royal House of Monaco has released a statement saying that the princess is still recovering and that she will be away from her royal duties for some time, so she too will not take part in the National Day festivities that will take place on November 19.

“Her Highness has decided that a period of calm and rest necessary to ensure Princess Charlene’s best recovery begins. Bearing in mind that she has struggled with her health issues in recent months, the Princess is currently recovering and will continue to do so over the next few weeks, as she recovers from a state of deep general fatigue. Protecting comfort and privacy is essential to your recovery, so the location of the princess will remain strictly confidential.”, begins with a statement.

“Because of this situation, the American couple regret to announce that Princess Charlene will not be able to attend this year’s National Festival, nor the celebrations with her family and the people of Monaco. Once she recovers, the Princess hopes that she will be able to return to her duties with the Prince and spend time with the family of Monaco.”, continuous.

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“During this period of respite, the American couple ask that their privacy and that of their family be respected. Information regarding the Princess’s health will be communicated in good time before the Christmas holidays.”, concludes the royal house.

It is reported that Princess Charlene traveled to South Africa last spring to participate in a campaign to protect the rhino. He stayed in the country for six months, where upon arrival he was diagnosed with a serious ear, nose and throat infection. During that period, Prince Alberto’s wife underwent surgery three times and was banned until the beginning of this month from traveling by plane by medical order.