NewsPrince Albert: He has good news from Princess Charlène

Prince Albert: He has good news from Princess Charlène

For the first time, Prince Albert expresses himself about his relationship and the ongoing rumors of divorce. There is exciting news from Monaco.

Monaco – In his first interview since returning from a visit to South Africa with his wife Charlène (43), the 63-year-old prince himself speaks about the state of health of the princess. At the same time, he defends himself against the ongoing rumors of divorce due to the month-long separation, which allegedly had been preceded by a complicated operation and which had repeatedly prevented Charlène from returning to Monaco.

That is now apparently about to change. reveals that in an exclusive interview with People magazine, the reigning Monegasque regent even names a date * that "depends on what your doctors say". If progress continued, the Princess could plan her return this month.

Monaco's princess has been spending her time in her home country * since mid-May. A series of post-infection medical procedures had her doctors advise her not to get on a plane.

Now finally the family can breathe a sigh of relief. "She is ready to come home," said Prince Albert * to People. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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