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Charlene of Monaco wants to save children from drowning with a new project

Charlène of Monaco had withdrawn from the public eye in the past few months, but the princess was obviously not idle for a long time.

Monaco – Princess Charlène (44) has been back in Monaco since mid-March and is continuing her treatment for physical and mental exhaustion with her family. While she’s been focused on her recovery for the past few months, she appears to be working on a new initiative at her foundation. The project is a real matter of the heart for the mother of two and ex-swimmer.
24royal.de* reveals the promising cooperation Charlène has entered into with her foundation.

There has been a relaxed mood in Monaco for about a week: Princess Charlène was finally able to return to her husband Albert (64) and her seven-year-old twins Jacques and Gabriella. While it may take time for her full recovery, she no longer needs to be away from her beloved family. Despite all the luxurious amenities that she was offered in the Swiss clinic where she was treated, according to media reports, nothing replaces the family environment in the Prince’s Palace. Even though Charlène had completely withdrawn from the public eye since November, the work of her foundation “Foundation Princesse Charlène de Monaco” continued in the background. A new project bears the unmistakable signature of the 44-year-old. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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