Return to Monte Carlo spotlights for Charlene Wittstock, but with special conditions
Charlene, Princess of Monaco, poses for the cover of MyWorldClass magazine.Creative Commons Attribution. 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)
Prince Albert II of Monaco visits Italy to pay tribute to his family ancestors
Prince Albert II of Monaco arrived in the region of Puglia, Italy, a day ago. His visit is due to cultural and historical matters and he is not accompanied by H.S.H. Princess Charlene Wittstock who seems to have disappeared again from the public eye, after the beautiful Easter photos that showed the Royal family reunited to celebrate. (source: Italian press, dilei. it)
Charlene Wittstock returns to Monaco, but not for long: endless the path to recovery
H.S.H. Princess Charlene, who is considered to be one of the saddest princesses of these last years (source: Amica. it), finally returned home, earlier in March this year. Her Royal Highness still cannot attend any event, as doctors only gave her permission to continue treatment at home. She must stay away from fatigue of any kind. (source: www.thenews.com)
Charlene Wittstock, Princess of Monaco: how is she today?
Princess Charlene in 2011Creative Commons Attribution/Wikipedia. After all the tension in Europe, we finally have news and updates about H.S.H. Charlene Wittstock. Currently, in a treatment facility outside of Monaco, Princess Charlene is recovering from "emotional and physical exhaustion". Also, the palace's recent statement mentioned Charlene is receiving "follow-up dental care". (source: dailymail.co.uk.)
My Thoughts on Monaco in the French Riviera, the Second Smallest Country in the World
One country we visited during our 2021 European trip was Monaco. Monaco is a sovereign state and the second-smallest nation worldwide. It borders France, Italy, and the Mediterranean Sea. Though it borders the Mediterranean Sea, its beach, Larvotto Beach, is the only public beach available. Larvotto Beach is a man-made beach and is very popular among the locals and tourists. The beach is 52 acres of surface, mostly with small river stones and just one side of sand.