“Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco will be placed under general anesthesia for her last intervention which will take place today “. This is what we learned last October 8, in the columns of the British magazine, Hello!. A few days later, the news from Prince Albert’s wife is good.
His operation “went very well”
According to a source at the princely palace cited by 20 minutes, his surgical operation “went very well”. The daily also reports: “This operation under general anesthesia is the last of the operations she had to undergo following her ENT (otolaryngological) infection. She is now under observation for 48 hours”.
And for good reason, in recent months, Charlene’s fragile health has been a matter of concern. She who has been held in South Africa since last May due to a nasty ENT infection has already undergone an operation under general anesthesia on August 13, of which few details had been made public, before being forced to return in emergency at the hospital a few days later.
Health that worries
Indeed, at the beginning of September, the princess had been hospitalized after a vagal discomfort. She had collapsed before being admitted to a hospital in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal (east) … A small glitch that would have been exaggerated by the press, lamented Prince Albert, who continues to announce the his wife and mother of his twins – Jacques and Gabriella – will soon return to the Principality.
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