The 6-year-old twins flew to South Africa to visit their mother.
Princess Charlene (43) and Prince Albert of Monaco in the archive.
The disease and complications after the operation have not allowed Prince Charlene of Monaco to travel to Monaco from her native South Africa for several months. All this brought the double mother a long separation from her children – twins Gabriella and Jacques. Also from her husband, Prince Albert.
Her family has only visited her once in South Africa so far – in early June in KwaZulu, but then returned to Monaco without Charlene. After many weeks, she has only had children for a long time now, at the end of August, and Charlene also bragged about her joint shots on Instagram. “I’m so happy to have my family with me again,” the princess commented on a few shots, and as she added to the photos, her daughter decided to cut her bangs herself.
The long separation of the spouses has already aroused several speculations about the possible end of the relationship or crisis, but the couple also denies the news by publishing various joint videos (archival). Princess Charlène has been in South Africa since May. After problems with the middle ear and the necessary surgery she underwent for an infection of the ear, throat and nose in her home country, her doctors banned her from flying.
On July 2, 2011, Charlene Wittstock’s ecclesiastical marriage to Prince Albert of Monaco took place in Monaco. The observed couple had common offspring, twins. Princess Charlene gave birth to them in December 2014. The girl was named Gabriella Therese Maria and the boy Jacques Honoré Rainier.