It seems to be a final, beautiful comeback for HSH Charlene Wittstock, 44, after four months of struggling with health issues, in a special care institute in Switzerland. (according to People.com)
At a Monaco Fashion Week event, the Princess appeared to be more beautiful and stylish than ever and generously shared touching pictures of herself and daughter Gabriella, aged 7.
Charlene, Princess of Monaco, and her daughter Princess Gabriella wore custom Terrence Bray outfits, looking elegant and sophisticated like true Royals should. They won everyone's hearts by the tenderness shown in their pictures together. (according to Expresso.co.uk)
Charlene confessed to local media that she remains "fragile" since her return to Monaco in March after a four-month stay in a Swiss clinic, where she received treatment for "emotional and physical exhaustion". (source: People.com)
At the Grand Prix of Monaco, dedicated to Ferrari lovers, Charlene appeared again to be stunning and perfectly well in her role as host, a "true winner" of the event, according to Oggi. it.
HSH Princess Charlene returned to her role, perfectly at ease.
With smiles for everyone, great complicity with her husband Albert of Monaco, and unique elegance in a blue, stylish swimsuit.
Up to the podium, where she went up with her children Jacques and Gabriella, to show (at least apparently) a rediscovered serenity. (source: Oggi. it.)
We are happy about Princess Charlene's recovery, and denial of divorce rumors.
"Like all human beings, we have emotions, weaknesses" she declared in an interview for People magazine. She denied separation rumors, stating that Prince Albert is her "protector" from media speculations. There are rumors about her Royal Husband paying her many millions so that she can stay and show up to Monaco events and social life.
To reveal this: the French magazine Voici reports, from anonymous sources, about an agreement signed between the two spouses. Albert would have undertaken to pay a large sum of money to his wife in exchange for her participation in the most important events in the life of the Principality. (source: Elle.com)