Princess Charlene is temporarily stepping down from her official duties in Monaco and seeking treatment in a facility outside the country, according to her husband, Prince Albert.In a new interview with People, Monaco’s sovereign prince stated that the 43-year-old princess is suffering from “emotional and physical exhaustion.
” The announcement comes just days after Charlene returned to Monaco, where Albert, 63, and their 6-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, have been living without her for the past six months.The princess was previously “grounded” in South Africa in May due to an ENT infection that necessitated several corrective surgeries over the previous few months.”Obviously, there were consequences of her various surgeries and procedures in the last few months,” Albert explained.
“That was certainly a factor, but at this point I prefer not to elaborate. She was extremely tired, in my opinion. She hadn’t slept well in a few days, and she wasn’t eating well either. She had lost a lot of weight, making her vulnerable to other potential illnesses. A cold, the flu, or, God forbid, COVID.” He went on to say that Charlene agreed to seek treatment after he intervened with her brothers and sister-in-law.
“We only wanted her to confirm her decision in front of us because she had already made it. She desired it “He stated. “She already knew that the best thing to do was to go rest and get a proper medically framed treatment. And certainly not in Monaco. It would have to be somewhere outside of Monaco for privacy reasons.
“The princess’ condition had sparked numerous rumours, and Albert wanted to clarify that the majority of them were false.”Because I know there are rumours out there,” he said, “let me state unequivocally: This is not COVID.” “It’s also not related to cancer. It isn’t a personal relationship problem. And if you want to talk about another rumour, it has nothing to do with plastic surgery or facial work.”
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