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Princess Charlène of Monaco – divorce "is imminent"

Is the marriage of Princess Charlène and Prince Albert of Monaco about to end? According to a relative, the divorce is only a matter of time.

Monaco – Hardly any other topic is currently discussed as much in royal circles as the marriage of Princess Charlène (43) and Prince Albert (63) of Monaco. In July, the two were able to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary, but the former model couple is said to have been in dire straits for weeks.

It has been rumored for a long time whether the marriage of the Monegasque princely couple has broken up. Princess Charlène has been in her native South Africa since spring, where, according to information from the palace, she is still recovering from an ENT infection. Her husband is meanwhile in Monaco and takes care of the six-year-old twins Jacques and Gabriella. Because that doesn’t exactly sound like a happy family idyll, the speculations about a relationship crisis with Albert and Charlène never end. But that’s not all: Now even a relative of the Grimaldis is talking about divorce.

Princess Charlène of Monaco – divorce with Albert “is imminent” * knows what Prince Albert of Monaco entrusted to his relatives about the state of his marriage.

Christa Mayrhofer-Dukor, who claims to be the cousin of Albert’s mother Princess Gracia Patricia (52, † 1982), told the Italian magazine Oggi how things are going with the Monegasque marriage. However, the Austrian could not announce good news, all signs should point to a divorce. (red) * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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