Numerous fans of Princess Charlène worry about her health. Now the royals have spoken out.
Monaco – For months there has been speculation about the state of health of Charlène Lynette Grimaldi, Princess of Monaco. The 43-year-old has been in South Africa for some time, where she is apparently stuck because her constitution does not allow travel. On Friday, the palace finally made it clear with an official statement: Princess Charlène must be operated on. The procedure will take four hours and will be carried out under general anesthesia, announced the Princely House. Apparently the operation took place on Friday.
As the palace announced, her husband, Prince Albert II, will soon travel to South Africa with the twins Gabriella and Jacque to assist Charlène.
Princess Charlène: Worrying about her health
Princess Charlène traveled to South Africa at the beginning of the year to support the fight against poaching by rhinos. However, it later became clear that it wasn’t just a social engagement trip. Your home visit turned out to be months of ordeal. “The road ahead is long and painful,” said the Foundation of the 43-year-old.
According to consistent media reports, Charlène’s insufficient ear pressure makes it impossible to travel by air. Health problems can arise at an altitude of several thousand meters. How long Princess Charlène will have to stay in South Africa is meanwhile unclear. (tu / dpa)