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Charlene of Monaco: 10 secrets about the beautiful princess

Although she has been in the public eye for years, there are still exciting secrets about Princess Charlène's life that even many royal fans have not yet known.

Monaco – Charlène (44) has been the wife of Prince Albert II (63) since 2006. Even if the relationship between the two is always viewed critically and questioned, their marriage has lasted for ten years. At least since the native South African married into the Monegasque royal family, she has led a life in the limelight. Despite her public role, there are still some interesting facts about Charlene of Monaco that have remained largely unknown – until now!* reveals 10 exciting secrets about Princess Charlène of Monaco.

Which royals are among Charlène's closest confidants, what Olympic record can the ex-swimmer actually show and what is her special relationship with pop star Lady Gaga (35) all about? Even though Charlene has been in the spotlight for years, there are still some interesting details to be revealed about Prince Albert's wife! * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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