It is via a press release that the Palais announced this Tuesday, November 16. Princess Charlene of Monaco will not participate in the Monegasque National Day scheduled for Friday 19 November. The reason, “a state of deep general fatigue”, after her return from South Africa where she had undergone several surgeries.
“The princely couple announces that Princess Charlene unfortunately will not be able to participate this year in the festivities of the national holiday, alongside his family “, specifies the Palace. The princess was expected this Tuesday morning alongside her husband, for a delivery of packages by the Monegasque Red Cross.
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene “have agreed together that a period of calm and rest is necessary for the good recovery of the health of Princess Charlene” so that the latter will recover “from a state of deep general fatigue” after a “medical course (…) very trying in recent months”, according to the press release.
Princess Charlene in “a state of deep general fatigue”
After many months spent in South Africa, where she suffered several surgical interventions Due to a serious ear, nose and throat infection, the 43-year-old wife of Prince Albert of Monaco returned to the Principality on November 8. “Information on the recovery of the princess will be communicated in the coming weeks and before the Christmas holidays,” according to the Palace press release.
Former high level swimmer, Charlene Lynette Wittstock, born in 1978 in Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, had married Prince Albert II of Monaco in 2011. The ten years of marriage could not be celebrated in July in the Principality, due to the absence of Charlene. Albert is the son of Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly, an American movie star who died in a car crash in 1982.