- Princess Charlene, 43, is undergoing treatment for ‘fatigue, emotional and physical’
- Royal has been away from husband Prince Albert and kids for 10 months
- Prince Albert, 63, says his six-year-old twins have been “pained” by his absence
- But he added that the ‘family atmosphere’ ensured that ‘they didn’t lack affection’
Monaco’s sisters Prince Albert of Hanover Princess Caroline and Princess Stephanie have rallied to support their children, Jacques and Gabriella, in the absence of wife Princess Charlene – after admitting they have suffered ‘suffering’.
The 63-year-old royal revealed on Friday that his wife Charlene, 43, has been admitted to a ‘treatment facility’ after being ‘clearly unwell’ within hours of her return to ‘at least several ‘Will be there for a week. Monaco after 10 months in South Africa.
Albert, who said earlier this year that his wife was suffering from a sinus infection, did not disclose the details of his illness, but denied cancer and covid. She indicated mental health struggles, saying she was ‘overwhelmed and could not cope with official duties, normal life or even family life’ and suffered from ‘exhaustion, both emotional and physical’.
The Monaco royal speaks to a French news outlet, discussing the effect her mother’s absence has had on the children monaco morning and admitted that he had suffered ‘suffering’, but that That they had ‘a family environment that ensured that they did not lack affection’.
But they seem to be taking good care of Prince Albert’s sisters, Princess Caroline of Hanover, 63, and Princess Stephanie, 56, who were seen holding hands during the Monaco National Day celebrations on Friday.
Family members including Princess Caroline (left) and Princess Stephanie (right, pictured on Monaco Day) of Hanover help care for Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques
Princess Gabriella (left) and Prince Jacques (right) hold signs with their father Prince Albert saying ‘We love you mommy’ during Monaco’s National Day celebrations
Princess Charlene (pictured in October) has appeared increasingly vulnerable in recent months. She is currently being treated for ‘fatigue, both emotional and physical’
Princess Caroline of Hanover, wearing a sumptuous tweed jacket and skirt co-ord, bowed and reached Prince Jacques’ hand, before moving her eyes to something that caught his attention.
Meanwhile, Princess Stephanie, who looked chic in a smart gray coat, walked alongside Gabriella before firmly grasping the baby’s hands in front of her.
During the big event, Prince Albert stood with his children on the balcony of the Monaco Palace, which read: ‘We miss you mommy’.
Speaking to Monaco Matin, Prince Albert said: ‘I cannot tell you more than conscience. There is fatigue, not just physical, which can only be treated with a period of rest and monitoring.’
He continued: ,For me, it’s very simple – my priority is my family. this is a very important time [the children’s] Life – the way they grow up helps them see the world.
‘And if one parent is away for medical reasons, the other parent has to be there.
‘I’ve heard many friends and acquaintances tell me that I wish they were there for their children, at a certain age, in their work or their professional lives. I don’t want this regret.’
Gabriella is seen holding her aunt Princess Stephanie’s hand on Monaco Day, amid claims her father has had ‘a loving family atmosphere’ means the twins get enough affection
Princess Caroline of Hanover was seen chatting with Prince Jacques during the ceremony, which is one of the biggest events on the royal calendar.
Princess Gabriella sent a message to her mother, who was unable to attend Monaco Day celebrations, via a sweet, handwritten sign
talking to people magazinePrince Albert said his 43-year-old wife is suffering from deep ‘exhaustion, both emotional and physical’ and will require clinical care for at least several weeks after returning from a 10-month stay in South Africa.
The palace confirmed that Charlene will be recovering for the foreseeable future, issuing a statement on Tuesday, saying: ‘The Princess is currently in good health and will continue to do so for the coming weeks, giving her the opportunity to recover from a state of intense general fatigue’. Can get time ,
The couple ‘have both decided that a period of calm and rest is necessary to ensure the best recovery for Princess Charlene’s health,’ the statement said.
It continued: ‘In order to protect the comfort and privacy necessary for her recovery, the Princess’ location will remain strictly confidential.
‘As soon as her health permits, the Princess looks forward to fulfilling her royal duties once again and spending time with Monegasque.’
On Thursday, the mother-in-law shared an Instagram post from ‘Secret Location’ where she is recovering from ‘fatigue that isn’t just physical’.
Princess Charlene is reunited with her family on 8 November, with images from a staged photo call shared on the palace’s official Instagram page
Despite persistent rumors about the status of their marriage, Prince Albert (pictured during his November 8 reunion with his wife) stated that their issues were not related to the relationship.
Princess Charlene – whose diminutive appearance has sparked concerns – shared controversial photos of the couple embracing in South Africa earlier this year
Timeline: The 10-month gap between Prince Albert and Princess Charlene
January 27 – Charlene is pictured with Albert for the Sainte Devotees ceremony in Monaco.
March 18 – Charlene is pictured at the monument to the late Zulu Emperor, King Goodwill Zwelithini, at the Kwakethomthandayo Royal Palace in Nongoma, South Africa.
April 2 – Charlene posts an Instagram photo of herself, Albert and their twins Jacques and …