While some feel that Princess Charlene does not feel right in her place, others – mainly her friends – assure that she is where she wants to be.
Although back on the Rock, Charlene of Monaco, who is slowly recovering from her health problems, cannot yet resume her royal obligations as before. His absence from public space does not help calm rumors about his relationship with Prince Albert. But the princely palace has nothing to do with these hallway noises. It must be said that they are usual. Since their marriage in 2011, Prince Albert II and his wife Charlene have always been. The fault in the contorted face of the future princess and her tears during the ceremony at the church. Some have imagined a marriage of convenience, even downright forced. A heresy according to a friend of the former swimming champion.
This theory, according to which Charlene of Monaco did not choose her marriage, her relatives do not believe in it. A friend confided in the magazine Tatler on this subject, putting forward as proof of the very personality of the princess, who would not be not the type to let yourself be dictated what to do. “Do not mistake yourself. Charlene is not Lady Di“, replies this friend, who wished to remain anonymous, in the British magazine. According to her, Charlene is a “competitor”, who knows very well what she wants and what she is doing. And to conclude: “The person I knew would never have been forced to do anything without wanting to.”
Pressure and rumors, an explosive cocktail
In the past, Charlene of Monaco had already explained the emotion she had felt and her tears in front of the cameras during her wedding. She had rightly said in the Time that the ceremony pressure and all rumors around his couple with Prince Albert had touched her very much. “Everything seemed overwhelming”, she lamented. All these years she has held on. She fulfilled her role of princess and mother – her twins Jacques and Gabriella were born in 2014 – with flying colors. But, in the background, the rumors continued to spread. She just learned to deal with it.
Article written in collaboration with 6Medias
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