Princess Charlene Far Away From Monaco, in Treatment Facility

Roxana Anton

Is Princess Charlene Wittstock following Grace Kelly's tragic destiny?

We cannot say that yet, but we found out the sad news about the freshly returned home, Princess Charlene Wittstock.

On the 8th of November 2021, she had posted a picture on her Instagram account, saying that she was happy to finally be home in Monaco, with her family and her beautiful six-year-old twins.

But during Monaco's National Day on November 19th, Princess Charlene was absent, and one of the most touching photos from the ceremony was the one with young princes Jacques and Gabriella, who had written on two pieces of paper: "We Miss You Mommy" and "We Love You, Mommy".

Princess Charlene hasn't missed a National Day celebration in the small country since her first appearance after her engagement in 2010.

But, due to her repeated health issues, she had to miss more important events recently.

Everyone hoped to see her at this year's National Day celebration, but it seems that Her Serene Majesty's health conditions are still very fragile.

According to a recent interview Prince Albert gave to People Magazine, HSH Princess Charlene felt well for the first hours of their meeting, but things got worse after.

She would be unable to attend to public or family duties of any kind.

" The decision to seek medical care just days after her return to Monaco was made jointly by the couple, assisted by Charlene's brothers", People quotes.

HSH Prince Albert informed everyone that the Princess has agreed: she needs recovery and a new treatment from "exhaustion, both emotional and physical."

Dismissing a variety of rumors, he says her recovery will require clinical care lasting several weeks at minimum.

Concerning the general rumors about a marriage crisis between the two Royals, Prince Albert clearly stated that his wife's health problems have nothing to do with that, they are "of a different nature". And that she cannot risk another infection, or worse - getting the Covid.
Prince Albert II of MonacoImage via Creative Commons Attribution

Here you can read the full article from People Magazine.

Since no mother would just leave her small children behind and leave, we can understand the sadness of the entire situation.

We can only pray and wish lots of health to HSH Princess Charlene, and a quick recovery.

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