Charlene de Monaco back: her stylish and expensive outfit deciphered
We see her so little that when she shows up, she pulls out all the stops! For his big comeback during an official release in Monaco, Saturday April 30, 2022, Charlene Wittstock appeared more stylish than ever. It was during the prize giving ceremony for the “Monaco ePrix” championship that the public and the athletes present had the chance to see the wife of Albert of Monaco.
True to her boyish cut that she has been wearing for many months now, the former swimmer had opted for a sought-after and expensive look. It was in a gray blazer and oversized pants that Charlene made the show. And as so often during her travels, she had opted for her favorite brand, Akris. And to complete this sharp look, the princess wore a pair of pumps Louboutinwhich sells for around €600.
It had been a long time since the rock had had the chance to see its princess. His previous public appearance dated back to more than a year ago, in January 2021 during the mass of Sainte Dévote. In the meantime, as we know, Charlene of Monaco has had major health problems. During a trip to South Africa, the pretty 44-year-old blonde was struck down by an otolaryngological infection, from which she took very long months to recover, in South Africa and Switzerland.
“In agreement with her doctors and while her recovery is on the right track, their Serene Highnesses have agreed that Princess Charlene can now continue her recovery in the Principality, with her husband and children. Princess Charlene has just returned to Monaco“, had announced the princely palace in a press release last month, specifying that”the last few weeks should allow him to fully recover so that he can resume his official activities“. In order to “facilitate full recovery“, the princess still needs”calm and serenity“, added the palace.
On November 23, a source close to the Palace told AFP that the former Olympic swimmer had been admitted.in a specialized institution as a result of great fatigue linked to his weakness“, an establishment located in Switzerland, according to concordant sources. The wife of Prince Albert of Monaco, 43, returned on November 8 from South Africa, the country where she grew up and of which she is a national. She had undergone surgery there under general anesthesia at the beginning of October, the last of a series of interventions decided following an otolaryngological infection.