January 18, 2022

EXCLUDED. Charlene of Monaco: Prince Albert’s plan for the twins to see their mother at Christmas

Still recovering in a specialized establishment in Switzerland, Princess Charlene is preparing to celebrate Christmas far from Monaco. However, she could receive the company of her husband and her twins, as we reveal to you this Friday, December 24 in our columns.

It’s a very sad New Year’s Eve that is about to celebrate Charlene from Monaco. For the first time, the princess will celebrate Christmas far from the Rock and his family. According to our information, the mother of Jacques and Gabriella was indeed forced to “to celebrate” Christmas in Switzerland, in the clinic where she was admitted several weeks ago, a few days after returning from a very long stay in South Africa during which she had undergone several operations in the ENT sphere. A convalescence which had already forced her not to be able to attend the 7 years of her twins, on December 10.

The best thing would be for her to be able to rest calmly, outside Monaco, for obvious reasons of discretion and comfort, therefore abroad, for the time of a therapeutic retreat which will allow her to recover definitively “, had explained at the time Prince Albert in Paris Match. And according to a relative we were able to contact, the princess is not yet recovered enough to hope to return home, even for a few hours. “His state of health is far from improving and has even deteriorated rather”, said this source.

Prince Albert’s plan for his children to find their mother

An absence that begins to weigh on the morale of the royal family, but especially on that of the twins, Jacques and Gabriella. We also remember their appearance on the princely balcony during the Monegasque national holiday, where they held up signs on which we could read “We miss you mom”, or “We love you mom”. But according to our information, their father considered a plan for the two children to see their mother. Indeed, the sovereign prince could resolve to go to celebrate Christmas with Jacques and Gabriella in the establishment where Charlene is currently located. A trip that would allow the whole family to meet again on this very important day, while waiting for the princess to return definitively to her family.

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It is a very sad New Year’s Eve that Charlene of Monaco is preparing to celebrate.

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For the first time, the princess will celebrate Christmas away from the Rock and her family.

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Charlene from Monaco
According to our information, the mother of Jacques and Gabriella was indeed forced to “celebrate” Christmas in Switzerland, in the clinic where she was admitted several weeks ago.

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A convalescence which had already forced her not to be able to attend the 7 years of her twins, on December 10.

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“The best thing would be for her to be able to rest calmly, outside Monaco, (..) time for a therapeutic retreat which will allow her to recover definitively”, Prince Albert explained in Paris Match at the time. .

© Olivier Huitel

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And according to a relative we were able to contact, the princess is not yet recovered enough to hope to return home, even for a few hours

© Dominique Jacovides

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“His state of health is far from improving and would have even rather deteriorated,” said this source.

© Dominique Jacovides

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An absence that begins to weigh on the morale of the royal family, but especially on that of the twins, Jacques and Gabriella.

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Charlene from Monaco
We also remember their appearance on the princely balcony during the Monegasque national holiday, where they held up signs on which we could read “We miss you mom”, or “We love you mom”.

© Bruno Bebert

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Charlene from Monaco
But according to our information, their father considered a plan for the two children to see their mother.

© Bruno Bebert

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Charlene from Monaco
Indeed, the sovereign prince could resolve to go celebrate Christmas with Jacques and Gabriella in the establishment where Charlene is currently located.

© Bruno Bebert

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A trip that would allow the whole family to meet again on this very important day, while waiting for the princess to return definitively to her family.

© Claudia Albuquerque

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Princess Charlene of Monaco during the presentation of Christmas gifts to Monegasque children at the palace in Monaco on December 18, 2019.

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Prince Albert II of Monaco and Charlene in Monaco on January 27, 2020

© Claudia Albuquerque

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Princess Charlene of Monaco during the procession of Sainte Dévote in Monaco on January 27, 2020.

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Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 in Monaco,

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Charlene de Monaco in Nice on November 7, 2020.

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Princess Charlene of Monaco and Prince Albert II in Nice on November 7, 2020.

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Charlene of Monaco during the 2020 National Day of the Principality of Monaco on November 19, 2020.

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Charlene of Monaco and Princess Gabriella during the Principality of Monaco’s National Day 2020 on November 19, 2020.