Prince Albert opens up about Charlene’s imminent return to Monaco – details
Prince Albert told RMC radio when Princess Charlene is due to return home to Monaco after her recovery from ENT infection
Prince Albert gave an update on Princess Charleneback in Monaco, following his recovery from an ENT infection.
Talk to RMC Radio, Albert said that his wife “is still in South Africa, but will be back very soon, we have to speak to the doctors in a few days.”
He also spoke about Charlene’s state of health, adding: “She is better, although it was very difficult for her because she suffered from different problems.”
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Princess Charlene, 43, has been in South Africa since May after falling ill. This means months apart from her husband and their six-year-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella. The family is believed to have visited Charlene twice during this period, the most recent in August.
Albert once told of his wife an interview with PEOPLE magazine last month: “She’s ready to go home.”
The couple have been married for ten years
Charlene has previously said she hopes to return to Monaco in October, but Albert told the publication that “it depends on what her doctors say.”
“I know she maybe said ‘end of October’,” Albert said. “But that was before that last round of appointments. I’m pretty sure we can shorten that time a bit.”
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Charlene shared a new photo last weekend
Princess Charlene was pictured for the first time this week since her emergency hospital visit in September.
The Prince’s Palace at the time: “On the evening of September 1, Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco was taken to hospital after fainting due to complications from a serious ENT infection.
“His Highness is being closely watched by his medical team who have said his condition is not of concern.”
Take from Instagram On Saturday, the royal shared a new photo that showed her smiling as she sat at a table in front of an open book. She simply captioned the snap, “God bless you,” followed by a heart-shaped emoji.
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