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Princess Charlène: Hidden message to Prince Albert II?

Princess Charlène and Prince Albert II have had a long-distance relationship for months. A love at a distance that makes countless headlines.

KwaZulu-Natal – For what feels like an eternity, Princess Charlène (43) and Prince Albert II (63) of Monaco have not shown themselves together in public. While the mother of two stays in her home country South Africa, her husband fulfills his royal duties.

Charlène’s absence gives rise to speculation, there is talk of a marital crisis or a secret separation. Even an official statement by the palace could not refute these rumors. Princess Charlène is still recovering from an ENT infection and can therefore not return to Monaco. In interviews, the 43-year-old emphasized how much she missed her husband and their twins, Jacques and Gabriella (6).

Princess Charlène could not celebrate her tenth wedding anniversary with her husband either, on July 1st there was radio silence on her Instagram profile. Behind Charlène’s latest post, however, there seems to be a sweet love message to Albert *. The Monegasque country mother shared an emotional video from her friend and singer Alouise. In the short clip you can hear the song “My Hele Hart” (German: My whole heart) by the South African group Romanz. In her post she reveals what special meaning the song has for Charlène and Albert: “My dear friend Alouise, thank you for remembering our wedding song”. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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