How bad is it really for Princess Charlène (43)? The Monegasque royal had to spend a few months in her home country South Africa because she was not allowed to fly home due to an ear, nose and throat infection. She was operated on several times during this time. She has since returned to Monaco, but only for a short time. She decided to seek treatment in a clinic outside Monaco due to emotional and physical exhaustion. Now friends betray the Princessthat she was far worse in South Africa than it previously appeared.
Opposite to Page Six Insiders explained that the palace probably deliberately depicted Charlène’s state of health in a less dramatic way. Her infection was actually life-threatening: “We don’t know why the palace downplayed the fact that she almost died in South Africa.” According to the sources, the 43-year-old was unable to eat solid food for six months. “She could only drink through a straw and has lost almost half of her weight. She is exhausted from having been operated on and not being able to eat properly for six months,” said the insider.
Charlène’s husband, Prince Albert II (63), has already made it clear that her weight loss has given his wife a hard time. In an interview he revealed: “What I can say is that she was incredibly exhausted. She slept badly for several days and did not eat much. She lost a lot of weight, which made her susceptible to other diseases. “
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