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Charlène von Monaco: Now her father is talking about her condition

Charlène from Monaco's father Michael Wittstock has now also spoken to the press. This is how he describes his daughter's difficult situation.

Monaco – After friends and family members of Charlène (43) had already publicly commented on the state of health of the princess, her father Michael Wittstock (75) found open words about his daughter's situation for the first time. * reveals how Michael Wittstock thinks about the situation of his daughter Charlène von Monaco.

There is still no peace in the Monegasque Prince's Palace. Since her return from South Africa, Charlène has been treated for "emotional and physical exhaustion" in a facility, according to her husband, Prince Albert II (63). Meanwhile, the regent takes care of the six-year-old twins Jacques and Gabriella with family support. A few weeks ago, friends of Charlène von Monaco explained how bad it really was for the mother of two when she had to undergo multiple operations in her home country. The princess “almost died” in South Africa and “lost almost half of her body weight” because she could only feed herself through a straw. Now Charlène's father Michael Wittstock has shared his view of things on the health of his daughter with the public. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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