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Charlène von Monaco “extremely happy”: But no move out of the palace?

A few days ago it was rumored that Charlène of Monaco could possibly move out of the Prince’s Palace. Now things suddenly look very different.

Monaco – Despite their return from South Africa, in which many Monegasque had secretly no longer believed, Princess Charlène (43) and Prince Albert II (63) had to deal with new rumors of separation. Now Charlène’s sister-in-law spoke up again – with the aim of clarifying the matter once and for all. * reveals what Princess Charlène’s sister-in-law Chantell has to say about the current situation in Monaco.

After long months of waiting, several operations and many worried hours, Charlène von Monaco was finally able to fly home to her husband Prince Albert and their children Jacques (6) and Gabriella (6) last week. The joy of seeing each other was quickly clouded, however. Rumors that the princely couple’s marriage should only exist on paper were reignited by Charlène’s sister-in-law, of all people. Alleged statements by Chantell Wittstock, which had appeared in the “Daily Mail”, among others, painted the picture of an almost broken relationship. There was talk of moving out of the palace and the princess’s own apartment. Now, however, the wife of Charlène’s brother Sean spoke up again – with an important matter. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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