Charlene of Monaco “under observation” after her last operation, the operation went “very well”, according to the Palace
The day after Charlene of Monaco’s new operation, blocked in South Africa for months because of an ENT infection, the main palace gave reassuring news this Saturday, October 9.
It would have been “very well spent”. It is in these terms that the princely palace communicated to AFP this Saturday, October 9 on Charlene of Monaco’s new operation. The day before, the wife of Prince Albert II was registered to overcome an infection of the ears, nose and throat. “The princess suffered an intervention on Friday which went very well. This operation under general anesthesia is the last of the operations that she had to undergo following her ENT (otolaryngological) infection. She is now under observation for 48 hours“a palace source told the agency. A happy rebound in a black series that has lasted since last May. It was at this point that Jacques and Gabriella’s mother contracted this heavy ENT infection while traveling to South Africa, his country of origin.
A new operation
Charlene of Monaco, Charlene of Monaco could not be with her husband to celebrate their ten years of marriage beginning of July. They had finally reunited a little later in the summer. The 43-year-old had already suffered a heavy operation last August 13 of which few details had been communicated. Her husband and children came to visit her a few days later, but were split up without her. Last September, Charlene of Monaco had made a discomfort that had led him to the hospital, as revealed by its foundation. After collapsing in the lodge where she had been staying for several months, she was admitted to a hospital in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal, in the east, discreetly thanks to a pseudonym, recalls The Parisian.
“She will be back very soon”
These months spent away from her husband who remained on the Rock contributed to the spread of rumors of a lasting separation by Albert of Monaco, who had dotted the i’s in the columns of People early September. “She didn’t decide to go into exile. It is purely a medical problem which had to be treated “, had explained the prince, affirming that his wife is “not part of angry Monaco”. These persistent rumors hurt the main interested party. “Of courseshe suffers. Of course that affects me too. Misinterpreting events is always harmful“, had explained Prince Albert of Monaco to People.
A month after these statements, the father remains hopeful of quickly finding the mother of his children with him as new photos of her with a smile have recently been unveiled. “She is going better, it was also complicated for her because different problems were not affected. (…) She is still in South Africa but will be back very soon. (…) We have to take stock with the doctors in a few days“, he explained to Jérôme Rothen during a program which will be broadcast on RMC on Monday, October 11.
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