Princess Charlene has been battling an ENT infection that has left her unable to travel, and in a new interview she has revealed the cause of her illness.
Princess Charlene has spent the last few months in South Africa, after he have an ear, nose, throat (ENT) infection which prevented him from traveling.
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In a new interview with the South African channel News24, the principality of Monaco has revealed that the infection started after he had sinus removal and bone graft before the trip.
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She admits that she didn’t realize she had the infection until she saw a specialist after her ear became very sore.
Charlene also revealed that the reason she couldn’t return to Monaco was because his ear pressure won’t be “the same”, meaning he can’t fly above 20,000 feet.
He also talked about lost”[her] Husband, [her] baby, and [her] dog,” but luckily the family planned to fly in and visit it, but the trip required careful planning due to COVD restrictions.
Due to infection, Charlene is forced to miss his tenth birthday with her husband Prince Albert, and in a separate interview with Channel24, he admits time is very “trying” for him.
“Albert is my rock and strength and without his love and support I would not be able to get through this painful time,” she says.
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As Prince Albert and Princess Charlene mark their historic wedding anniversary on July 2, the Palace of Monaco released a series of videos to mark key moments of the couple’s relationship.
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On the day itself, Charlene shared footage from their lavish wedding day in 2011 on Instagram, along with other highlights, including the birth of their children and their charity work.
In the caption, the Princess wrote: “To all our family, friends and loved ones. Thank you for your love and support, and for the generosity we have received during this decade of our marriage.
“With gratitude, we are able to continue our work through our foundation. Thank you for the birthday gift, for your generosity and trust. With all our love and respect. Merci.”
daughter of rrecently shared his first photo since she fell ill and she looks like she’s getting ready to make some blankets for crche next door to where she lives.
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He also had a video call with his two children, Jacques and Gabrielle, both six, who were at home in Monaco. Although she is happy to see her children, the royal looks a little homesick in the photos.
The photos also allow a glimpse into the mansion where she lives, which has a large oak table perfect for sewing quilts.
“Spending time with Jacqui and Bella, making blankets for the crèche next door,” she wrote. “Wish me luck.”
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