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Albert of Monaco: while Charlène recovers, he meets his ex!

It was hoped until the end that Charlène would appear in public again on the holiday of Saint Devotee. Instead of her, Albert's ex-lover shone with her presence.

Monaco – A few weeks ago it was rumored that Charlène of Monaco (44) could return to the principality in time for the Sainte Dévote festival. However, all hopes were disappointed. Instead of Prince Albert's (63) wife, his former lover was suddenly the focus of the action.* reveals here why the appearance of Prince Albert's ex Nicole Coste appears particularly provocative.

Once again, the Grimaldis had to do without the presence of Princess Charlène on an important date. While there has been speculation as to whether she might be fit enough to make her public debut on her favorite holiday – the Feast of Sainte Dévote – it appears that more weeks of rest are needed. Prince Albert attended the celebrations with his children Jacques (7) and Gabriella (7) and several family members. Once again, Princess Caroline (65) stood in for her sister-in-law and took care of her twins. In the end, however, the focus of events was on the regent's ex-lover of all people. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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