Princess Charlene Health Update: Royal’s ‘Complicated’ Situation Exposed By Albert | Royal | New
Prince Albert appeared optimistic about the chances of soon being reunited with his wife who has been stranded in South Africa for five months. In a recent interview, the head of the royal family of Monaco clarified that Princess Charlene is still in South Africa.
However, he added, she will be “back very soon, we have to talk to the doctors in a few days.”
Informing the public of his state of health, he told RMC radio: “She is better”.
He then said it was “complicated for her because different issues were affecting her.”
Princess Charlene traveled to South Africa in May to do conservation work with her foundation.
She was to stay there for less than two weeks, during which she would also have raised awareness about illegal poaching.
However, she found herself stranded in the country after developing an ear, nose and throat (ENT) infection from a sinus lift and a bone graft she had had in mind. dental implants.
This forced and prolonged his stay in South Africa and caused him to miss several key moments with his family.
In July, she was due to celebrate her 10th wedding anniversary away from Prince Albert.
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In September, she missed the first day of school for her twins Jaques and Gabriella.
To get better and be able to return to Monaco with her family, Charlene underwent a series of procedures.
In July, South Africa-born Charlene said she expected to stay anchored in her homeland until the end of October, stressing that she could not “force a cure”.
However, after the four-hour operation she underwent on August 13, Prince Albert appeared more optimistic.
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He told People magazine in early September: “She’s ready to go home.”
He conceded that his return date would depend on what his doctors think is best for the princess.
However, Albert added: “I know she may have said ‘end of October’, but that was before this last round of nominations.
“I’m pretty sure we can shorten that time a bit.”
Albert spoke out after it was revealed the princess had to be rushed to hospital “after falling ill due to complications from a severe ENT infection,” as the Palace said of Monaco.
The princess was hospitalized on September 1 under a pseudonym and released the next day.
To make up for his absence in Monaco, Albert and his children traveled to South Africa twice during the summer.
Their first visit was in June, during which the family of four spent time at a private reserve in Kwazulu Natal district.
Albert and the twins returned to South Africa in August, a visit marked by Charlene with a series of photos shared on Instagram.
The 43-year-old royal updated her followers on social media over the weekend when she shared a photo of herself smiling as she sat in front of a book.
She captioned the snap, simply writing, “God bless.”