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Entertainment What is Monaco hiding about Charlene's illness?

23:21  28 november  2021
23:21  28 november  2021 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

Charlene de Monaco: absent from the festivities, she publishes a video for the Monegasque National Festival on Instagram

 Charlene de Monaco: absent from the festivities, she publishes a video for the Monegasque National Festival on Instagram © Pool Monaco / Sipa Charlene de Monaco: Absent from the festivities, she publishes a video for the Nationale Monegasque on Instagram back In Monaco for several days, Charlene de Monaco must still take rest. On this Friday, November 19, National Day for the Principality, Charlene de Monaco sent a message to the Monegasques on his Instagram account. The health of the princess is very mysterious. In the spring, Charlene de Monaco has a sinus infection in South Africa, his country of origin .

Charlene ’ s health problems began in at the beginning of 2021 when she developed a severe ear, nose and throat (ENT) infection. The princess then flew out to her home country South Africa for a two-week visit in March 2021. However, she was unable to return home due to the severity of the infection. In early November, her doctors finally said she was able to fly home safely, but since returning back to Monaco , it appears as though her health has declined once again. TRENDING: What is Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian’s age difference?

Princess Charlene of Monaco shares 'gratitude' for fundraisers. Sign up for FREE now and never miss the top Royal stories again. However, in a recent interview with PEOPLE magazine, Albert explained that a family-style intervention took place with Charlene over her health following his trip to Dubai earlier this month. He explained that, for privacy reasons, she had been moved outside Monaco to have her illness treated.

Just days after Prince Albert of Monaco announced that his wife Charlene had been admitted to a treatment facility, it’s been claimed the royal “almost died” during her stay in South Africa, losing a dangerous amount of weight and undergoing bouts of surgery. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Just days after Prince Albert of Monaco announced that his wife Charlene had been admitted to a treatment facility, it’s been claimed the royal “almost died” during her stay in South Africa, losing a dangerous amount of weight and undergoing bouts of surgery.

Just days after Prince Albert of Monaco announced that his wife Charlene had been admitted to a treatment facility, it's been claimed the royal "almost died" during her stay in South Africa, losing a dangerous amount of weight and undergoing bouts of surgery.

A source tells The New York Post the princess had a serious ear, nose and throat infection, which resulted in "swallowing issues".

Charlene de Monaco: a very noticed absence at the National Day

 Charlene de Monaco: a very noticed absence at the National Day © David Tree / Pool / Bestimage Charlene de Monaco: a very noticed absence at the National Day the ten years of marriage of Charlene and Albert couple was one Main themes of the day, but the absence of the princess, still suffering, weighed on the hearts of all participants. This Friday, November 19, the Monegasque people have joined the Prince to celebrate Monaco National Day.

Palace 'Downplaying' Princess Charlene ' s Illness , Source Spills She 'Almost Died' Following Multiple Surgeries In South Africa. By:Donny Meacham. Nov. 22 2021, Published 1:24 p.m. ET. What is going on with Princess Charlene of Monaco ? The source noted “it is unfair that she is being portrayed as having some kind of mental or emotional issue,” alluding that Prince Albert is hiding her true diagnosis. “We don’t know why the palace is downplaying that she almost died in South Africa.” Princess Charlene had a severe ear, nose and throat infection, which resulted in “severe sinus and swallowing issues

Princess Charlene aka Charlene Lynette Wittstock is a former Olympic swimmer and a royal family member. She earned herself the title of a princess by marrying Monaco ’s prince, Albert II. Amid the illness , Princess Charlene has fled away to a secret place outside Monaco . She previously spent around 6 months in South Africa. She underwent a sinus operation and then suffered from an ENT(ear, nose, and throat) infection. Charlene ’ s air pressure did not equalize and thus, she could not fly over 20,000 feet.

"She hasn't been able to eat solid food in six months," says the insider.

"She's only been able to take in liquids through a straw, so she lost nearly half her body weight."

There are ongoing concerns for Princess Charlene's health and wellbeing. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd There are ongoing concerns for Princess Charlene's health and wellbeing.

Despite looking happy to be back with her family after touching down in Monaco earlier this month, eight days later it was dramatically announced that the princess, 43, had withdrawn from public life.

A palace statement explained she was recovering from "a state of profound general fatigue".

Days later, her husband and six-year-old twins Gabriella and Jacques appeared on the palace balcony for National Day, holding up adorable homemade signs saying, "We miss you Mommy," and "We love you Mommy."

Prince Albert reveals Princess Charlene is receiving treatment: 'She was exhausted, physically and emotionally'

  Prince Albert reveals Princess Charlene is receiving treatment: 'She was exhausted, physically and emotionally' Prince Albert has revealed Princess Charlene has been admitted into a facility near Monaco to receive clinical treatment. The update comes just days after the Princess returned to Monaco, and was reportedly a joint decision made between the married couple, assisted by her brothers. Princess Charlene has spent the past six months grounded in South Africa after she developed an ENT infection, which required numerous corrective surgeries. She returned to Monaco 12 days ago and was pictured looking joyous after reuniting with her six-year-old twins on November 8.https://www.instagram.

Princess Charlene is receiving treatment in an undisclosed location outside of Monaco , her husband Prince Albert says, following the palace' s announcement that she will rest for several weeks and miss public duties after battling ill health over the past few months. On Friday, Nov. Charlene , 43, had spent half of this year in her home country of South Africa, where she was hospitalized in September and underwent treatment for an ear, nose and throat infection. The princess returned to Monaco on Nov.

Princess Charlene : The royal has left to seek medical treatment outside Monaco (Image: GETTY). Prince Albert: The Monegasque prince has spoken out about Charlene ' s ill health (Image: GETTY). At the time, the Palace released the following statement to People: "On the night of September 1, Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco was taken to hospital after becoming ill due to complications from a serious ENT infection. Europe's future monarchs: Prince Jacques will one day take Albert's title as Monaco 's crown prince (Image: Express Newspapers).

A palace insider now tells Woman's Day Charlene's six-month separation from her family to show her support for anti-poaching charities came at a time when she felt at her lowest.

"Charlene was under a lot of pressure in Monaco – she was criticised, observed, judged and antagonised.

"It's too soon for her to play the perfect princess. She fears breaking down in tears in public, or worse," says the source.

Albert, 63, told People during an intervention-style meeting with Charlene's brothers and one of her sisters-in-law, the princess agreed she needed treatment, which is taking place at a facility outside Monaco.

"She realised she needed help. You can't force anyone to understand that they need treatment, they have to accept it themselves," he explained.

Charlene's children held up homemade signs for her on Monaco's national day. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Charlene's children held up homemade signs for her on Monaco's national day.

"She hadn't slept well in a number of days and she wasn't eating at all well. She's lost a lot of weight, which made her vulnerable to other potential ailments."

Charlene's kids' adorable display for mum

  Charlene's kids' adorable display for mum Princess Charlene’s twins have held up adorable signs urging their mother to get well soon as they attended a special event in Monaco without her. Princess Charlene's twins have held up adorable signs urging their mother to get well soon as they attended a specia Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, six, stood on the balcony of the Prince's Palace with their father, Prince Albert II, to celebrate Monaco's National Day on November 19.

While Charlene of Monaco has just spent several months in South Africa, far from her family, due to an ENT infection which prevented her from flying and forced her to undergo several operations, the prince returned to the great fatigue suffered by his wife and his distance from the Palace. Gabriella and Jacques’ father also wanted to reassure him about the state of health of the mother of his children. “Fortunately, the princess does not suffer from any serious or incurable disease”, in fact specified the monarch. He also recalled that Charlene of Monaco had not undergone “any cosmetic surgery”.

Charlene was last seen in Monaco in January and has been back in South Africa since at least Goodwill' s funeral in March. She says a sinus infection following dentistry has prevented her from flying home, but her prolonged absence from her husband and their young children has fuelled rumours of a split. Zwelithini was the longest-serving monarch in Zulu history, reigning for half a century through years of apartheid and the transition to multi-racial democracy. He died early on March 12 in the eastern city of Durban, aged 72, after weeks of treatment for a diabetes-related illness .

While Albert didn't go into further details but clarified his wife's health problems weren't related to COVID, cancer or "plastic surgery or facial work", he hinted they were a mixture of physical and possibly mental health ones.

"She knew the best thing to do was to go and have a rest and have a real medically framed treatment," he added, saying, "she was overwhelmed and couldn't face official duties, life in general or even family life."

The princess has been the target of whispers since her engagement in 2010. Amid reports the prince had a love child – since confirmed – it was claimed Charlene attempted to flee, earning her the nickname "the runaway bride".

She's been criticised for not smiling in public, and for saying parenting was "often exhausting".

But Woman's Day hears that despite all this, the couple's relationship remains strong.

"Albert is doing his best to help his wife. He wants to keep his marriage together so he and his children can have a stable family life. Only time will tell," the royal insider tells us.

"Charlene is still very fragile. Over the past year she's lost 10 kilos then visibly more while away and is now very thin."

Page Six claims Charlene's friends are concerned Albert has underplayed the seriousness of her condition.

"It's unfair she's being portrayed as having some kind of mental or emotional issue," one source said.

"We don't know why the palace is downplaying that she almost died in South Africa."

"She's exhausted by six months of surgeries and an inability to eat properly as a result of it," the source said, adding that the royal is "definitely not losing her mind"

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