Charlène von Monaco had to undergo an operation under general anesthesia for the third time after her severe ENT infection. There was great concern about her condition.
KwaZulu-Natal – After it became known that Charlène von Monaco (43) had to undergo a third operation, fear for the wife of Prince Albert II (63) was initially great. How would she cope with the rigors of another general anesthetic? A representative of the palace now commented on the current condition of the princess.
24royal.de * reveals how Princess Charlène's third operation went.
In an interview a few weeks ago, Charlène von Monaco said that she hoped to finally be able to return to the Principality in October after spending more than six months in South Africa. At this point it was probably not yet clear that the 43-year-old would have to undergo another operation under general anesthesia. Prince Albert II had also announced personally only a few days ago that his wife was doing better and that she would be coming home “very soon”. Shortly afterwards, however, it was said that Charlène had to be operated on again. Your foundation confirmed the third procedure under general anesthesia. After hours of hoping and worrying about the condition of the mother of two, a representative from the palace spoke up. * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.