Charlene recovering far from Monaco: Jacques and Gabriella finally paid her a visit

The twins were finally able to see their mother again! If we are to believe the information from the magazine here is, in its edition of December 31, 2021, Charlene of Monaco recently received a visit from her husband Prince Albert and their two children: Jacques and Gabriella (7 years). For almost two months now, the 43-year-old ex-swimmer has been recovering in a specialized center outside the principality, in Swiss, according to the magazine.

The reunion would have taken place on December 23, just before Christmas: the prince and his two little blond heads would have left the Rock in the morning, in a jet, to reach Switzerland. The family would have spent a few hours “in a small private room of the clinic around a tree bought in a hurry that they exchanged some gifts“, reports here is. A source adds: It was a very important moment for Charlene who received her very first visit.“Albert, Jacques and Gabriella then went back to Monaco and it was alone that the princess would have spent Christmas.

After long months of convalescence in South Africa, her country of origin, Charlene of Monaco was finally able to return to the principality at the beginning of November. But after a brief reunion with her family, immortalized in the courtyard of the princely palace, the former athlete was quickly admitted to a specialized establishment to continue her convalescence. She remains in fact very weakened by her serious ENT problems which required several surgeries in South Africa. Drug addiction would also be involved …

His recovery should take a few more months.

On December 23, the day of the alleged visit of Albert and the children, the palace gave the news during a press release sent to AFP: “Princess Charlene’s recovery is continuing satisfactorily and encouragingly, although her recovery is expected to take a few more months. As soon as her health is restored, it will be with great pleasure that the princess will once again share moments of conviviality with the Monegasques.. ”

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