Prince Albert of Monaco would have decided to listen to some advisers, who would have urged him to admit his wife to a center to end an addiction to analgesics.
This addiction was revealed by Here in its November 5 issue, which referred to outbursts of anger.
Jacques and Gabriella’s mother would have thrown the objects passing to her, blessing her “lady companion”, before her ardor was calmed by her security officers.
“The scene was absolutely horrible,” said a source, referring to Charlene of Monaco’s addiction.
Some would have advised Prince Albert of Monaco to have a “professional center dedicated to service”.
And finally, he would be resolved to allow his dear and tender to seek treatment in a center abroad, perhaps in Switzerland, a billionaire center in Zurich.
Charlene of Monaco “knew that the best option to do was to go to rest and to have a real supervised medical treatment”, declared the prince Albert of Monaco to People. “She was overwhelmed and could not cope with official functions, life in general or even family life.”
In addition to an addiction to painkillers, the former swimmer is also said to be struggling with eating disorders.
“A food problem occurs when a person’s relationship with food becomes a means of controlling difficult experiences, feelings and thoughts. Eating disorders are difficult mental health conditions, which often lead to pain, confusion and fear, ”said the Zurich center where the first lady would be treated.