Prince Albert: Charlène’s illness is "not incurable"

Your fans have been puzzling for months! Princess Charlène (43) traveled to South Africa for a short trip in the spring. But her health deteriorated on site: Prince Albert’s wife (63) did not return home until November. But the blonde is currently being treated in a clinic in Monaco as well. Her husband now commented vaguely on her condition: Charlène’s disease is not incurable!

In conversation with the magazine “Paris Match” Albert now commented on the condition of his wife: “There were only problems with the teeth, the nasal septum and the paranasal sinuses.” Previously, there had been speculation from many quarters that psychological problems were the real reason for the treatment of the 43-year-olds. The regent now firmly rejected this.

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Numerous observers had also increasingly worried about the life of the mother of two. Insider circles even said that Charlène was in mortal danger! Albert denied that too: “The princess does not have a serious or incurable disease.”

Prince Albert II of Monaco in Berlin, September 2020
Princess Charlène and Prince Albert, November 2020
Princess Charlène with Prince Albert and their two children in Monaco in November 2021

Eric Mathon / Prince’s Palace

Princess Charlène with Prince Albert and their two children in Monaco in November 2021


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