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Entertainment Stephanie of Monaco "more than worried" for Albert II: how she supported him daily

17:05  07 april  2020
17:05  07 april  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

Prince Albert of Monaco test positive for coronavirus

  Prince Albert of Monaco test positive for coronavirus Prince Albert of Monaco has become the first monarch to contract the coronavirus. He is the first monarch and first head of state to test positive for Covid-19. In a statement reported by the Associated Press, the palace in Monaco said there was little concern for the 62-year-old’s health. Prince Albert was recently in the UK, and joined the Prince of Wales for a round table discussion at a WaterAid event. Albert is being treated at the Princess Grace hospital.In the statement, the ruler urged residents of his tiny Mediterranean principality to respect confinement measures.Earlier this week Archduke Karl von Habsburg of Austria confirmed he has contracted Covid-19.

Stephanie de Monaco © Abaca Stephanie de Monaco "more than worried" for Albert II: how she supported him daily Last March 31 , after fifteen days of quarantine, Prince Albert II of Monaco was declared cured of the coronavirus. But during this period, the little sister, Princess Stéphanie of Monaco was particularly worried. Despite the confinement, she explains how she watched over him.

It was fifteen days that seemed endless to him. The news came on March 19. After a few days of doubt, Prince Albert II of Monaco revealed to be positive for coronavirus . An announcement which did not fail to worry the Principality, but also and above all its close relations . In his misfortune, the head of state still had a chance: the fact that his symptoms were relatively mild . "His condition does not inspire any concern," even assured the Prince's Palace in a statement, adding that he was closely watched by his doctors. The hardest part for the prince was probably to be alone in this event.

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He was indeed confined to the Prince's Palace, while his wife and their twins had left luggage in their Roc Agel home. " is a difficult separation ," said the principal, not to say heartbreaking. Papa poule, he was all the same in daily contact with Jacques and Gabriella . And then the delivery finally arrived, after fifteen days of quarantine. On March 31, despite a cough still present, Prince Albert II of Monaco was declared cured . "Doctors who have been monitoring H.S.H. Prince Albert II since the start of his Covid-19 infection now allow him to end his quarantine period. The sovereign prince is declared cured and in good health ", enthused then a press release of the Princely Palace.

How Princess Stéphanie of Monaco watched over the grain

Neither one nor two, Prince Albert II of Monaco therefore joined Princess Charlene and their 5-year-old children , even if must keep some security measures . The relief is immense for his loved ones . And especially for her younger sister, Princess Stéphanie of Monaco. " I was more than worried about my brother ," she told Monaco info on Monday April 6. He added: "He's my brother, I was worried as much as possible! " Especially since the coronavirus is unpredictable. That symptoms vary from person to person . "When you see everything that's going on ... And it can go very badly for very healthy people, there is no rule. It can go very well as much less well, “laments , the one to whom confinement will still allow her to spend time with her daughters .

Albert II of Monaco healed: this first thing he did at the end of his quarantine

 Albert II of Monaco healed: this first thing he did at the end of his quarantine © Sipa Albert II of Monaco healed: this first thing he did at the end of his quarantine This Tuesday March 31 , Prince Albert II of Monaco was declared cured of the coronavirus by his doctors. Placed in quarantine, alone, in his Princely Palace, the latter revealed the first thing he was going to do when leaving. After two weeks of quarantine, Prince Albert II of Monaco has left the tunnel. If he still coughs, the latter is still considered cured of coronavirus .

In , a little protective sister , Princess Stéphanie of Monaco also explains that she has watched over the grain, despite the confinement and therefore the distance between them. " I may have annoyed him a little ", she admits with humor, before detailing: " I called him two or three times a day to hear from him but I think that 'he was happy with it'. A way for Prince Albert II of Monaco to have a little presence by his side, and for his sister to be reassured. " I needed to be reassured, to be sure that the doctors were following him well ... It is important, he is not only my brother but also important for Monaco," she admits. A comforting presence for all, therefore.

Caroline de Monaco: Christian de Hanover, her stepson, soon to be a father .
© GTRES / BESTIMAGE Caroline de Monaco: Christian de Hanovre, her stepson, soon to be a father Christian de Hanovre and his wife Alessandra de Osma are waiting for their first child. Caroline-in-Monaco's stepson will become a dad this summer, according to Hola! Magazine. Joyful news for Caroline of Monaco and all her family. Her stepson, Christian of Hanover and his wife, Alessandra de Osma, are expecting their first child. This is Hola magazine! who gave the information.

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