If Prince Albert multiplies visits to his wife Charlene of Monaco, hospitalized abroad for depression, so as not to lose her. He would be scalded by the experience of another Monegasque princess whose story echoes that of the current Monegasque first lady.
Last December, “Le Soir Mag”, which took up the revelations of the American magazine Star, raised the possibility of a divorce.
“The magazine affirmed her alone, isolated in the Principality and tormented by the Prince’s loneliness and alleged infidelities: “She would divorce and return to South Africa if there were no children”.
Prince Albert of Monaco would have decided to save his couple, scalded by the experience of another princess.
Tatler has indeed made the parallel between Charlene of Monaco and Princess Alice of Monaco, Alice Heine, who is often nicknamed the first American princess of Monaco.
She arrived on the Rock decades before Grace Kelly, the mother of Prince Albert of Monaco.
“Charlene’s story echoes that of another princess of Monaco, who fled the principality because of infidelity rather than illness, and waited nearly a decade to marry her prince,” says the British magazine.
The marital crisis is fueled by the watermark.