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Prince Albert has "bloomed as a father" and is more popular than ever

Exhausting months lie behind Prince Albert. In order to make his children as carefree as possible during the long period without their mother Charlène, the regent really surpassed himself.

Monaco – Prince Albert (64) has proven several times in the past year where the priorities in his life lie – namely on his seven-year-old twins Jacques and Gabriella. While Princess Charlène (44) had to be treated for months, he took care of his children. Of course, this did not go unnoticed by the public.
24royal.de* knows how touching Prince Albert took care of his children last year.

Charlene von Monaco has finally been reunited with her family for a few days. After initially recovering from “physical and emotional exhaustion” in an exclusive clinic in Switzerland, she can now continue her treatment in the Principality. Not only are their children Jacques and Gabriella overjoyed to have their mother around them again, Charlène’s homecoming also relieves Prince Albert. During the long absence of his wife, the 64-year-old has proven countless times that the well-being of his children is his top priority. Despite his numerous duties as head of state, he took care of the two and made sure that they were distracted from worrying about Charlene as much as possible. The loving care of their regent did not go unnoticed by the Monegasques. Albert earned great respect from the people for this and is currently more popular than ever. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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