Prince Albert applied for ‘sovereign immunity’ in battle to fight claims he fathered a THIRD love child before marrying wife Charlene – which is going to court ‘imminently’ after an eight-month delay 

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  • Albert was due to fight an explosive court trial in Milan, Italy in February 2021
  • Denial claims she gave birth to a daughter in 2005 – but mother wants DNA test
  • At that time Albert was already dating former Olympic swimmer Charlene
  • It is now learned that the case has been delayed because Albert pleaded for sovereign immunity.
  • The revelations come amid tough times for Charlene and Albert as they live apart.
  • The mother-in-law has not been seen in public in the principality since January

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Prince Albert of Monaco has ‘applied for sovereign immunity’ in his court battle to fight claims of having given birth to his third love child before marrying Princess Charlene.

The 63-year-old prince, who already supports two illegitimate children, is alleged to have had an affair with a Brazilian woman, which resulted in a daughter in 2005.

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The claim, which his lawyers dismissed as ‘hoax’, is particularly painful because he was dating Charlene at the time, having met the former Olympic swimmer in 2000.

Last year it was reported that the case would go to the court of Milan in February, although according to City Country, ns The prince’s lawyers requested sovereign immunity and the case has been delayed.

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The latest revelations come days after 43-year-old Princess Charlene’s return to Monaco was further delayed due to further surgery in South Africa.

She has not been seen in Monaco since January. The couple has denied rumors of a rift and said that Charlene’s absence from the country is due to her health.

Prince Albert of Monaco, 63, has ‘applied for sovereign immunity’ in his court battle to fight claims of having given birth to his third love child before marrying Princess Charlene, 43.

Lawyer Erich Grimaldi, acting on the woman’s behalf, said he expects the judge to dismiss Prince Albert’s plea and that he is waiting for the case to return to court, which he believes is ‘ Imminent’.

Grimaldi said he was not intimidated by his royal adversary, telling the magazine: ‘As far as I am concerned, it does not matter whether my counterpart is a prince, a monarch, a state president, a politician or an entrepreneur. ‘

In a statement from his Paris office, Prince Albert’s lawyer, Thierry Lacoste said that ‘the claims before the Italian courts are completely unfounded’ and that sovereign immunity is ‘totally classic for a head of state as part of a defense package’ Was.

The 34-year-old claimant – who cannot be named for legal reasons – says she had a passionate affair with Albert, which led to the birth of their daughter – whose name is also classified – on July 4, 2005.

The latest revelations come days after 43-year-old Princess Charlene's return to Monaco was further delayed due to further surgery in South Africa.

The latest revelations come days after 43-year-old Princess Charlene’s return to Monaco was further delayed due to further surgery in South Africa.

Albert received a handwritten letter from the child, now 16, wrote in September last year: ‘I don’t understand why I grew up without a father, and now that I’ve got you, you look at me’ Don’t want to.’

Last December, legal papers were also filed after the claimant’s lawyers called for Albert to undergo a DNA test—just as he did as the father of two illegitimate children born in the 1990s and early 2000s. I did before being recognized.

A source working closely with the Monaco Royal Family revealed at the time, ‘This was before Charlene and Albert was an item, but the latest case involves a time when she was already in love with him.

‘Charlene has had a terrible year, with one family crisis after another with Albert going down with the coronavirus, and now she’s preparing herself for this hell.’

Last year it was reported that the case would go to court in Milan in February, although according to Town & Country, the prince's lawyers requested sovereign immunity and the case has been delayed.

Last year it was reported that the case would go to court in Milan in February, although according to Town & Country, the prince’s lawyers requested sovereign immunity and the case has been delayed.

The princess, whose maiden name was Charlene Wittstock, was an Olympic swimmer for South Africa when she first met Albert at the Monaco Aquatic Competition in 2000.

They soon began dating, before Charlene wed at the House of Grimaldi in July 2011 in a star-studded wedding.

Their twins – daughter Gabriella and son Jacques – were born three years later and are seen as the family’s official heirs.

By this time, Charlene had fought Albert’s tough legal battles with the women who eventually made a financial settlement with Albert over their children – even though they had originally denied his claims.

Princess Charlene shares six-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, whom she gave birth to Prince Albert in 2014.

Princess Charlene shares six-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, whom she gave birth to Prince Albert in 2014.

In May 2005, just before his enthronement as Prince of Monaco, Albert confirmed that he was the biological father of Alexandre, whose mother was Nicole Coste, a former Air France flight attendant from Togo.

A DNA test in May 2006 also confirmed that Albert was Jazmine Grace’s father, the result of an affair with Tamara Rotolo, an American property agent found while he was on vacation in the south of France.

Jazmin was born in the 1990s and Alexander was born in 2003. The Brazilian woman says she traveled around the world with the prince in the 2000s.

Lawyer Grimaldi said he had filed papers with specific details of his client’s love affair with Albert, which included trips to Brazil, the US, France and Russia.

Neither Albert's daughter Jasmine Grace Grimaldi, now 28, nor her son, Alexandre Grimaldi-Coste, 17, could claim the throne of Monaco according to the negotiated financial agreements.

Neither Albert’s daughter Jasmine Grace Grimaldi, now 28, nor her son, Alexandre Grimaldi-Coste, 17, could claim the throne of Monaco according to the negotiated financial agreements.

How Charlene and Albert traveled alone in South Africa and Monaco during a nine-month hiatus

January 27 – Charlene is pictured with Albert for the Sainte Devotees ceremony in Monaco.

March 18 Charlene is engraved on the monument to the late Zulu Emperor, King Goodwill Zwelithini at the Kwakethomthandayo Royal Palace in Nongoma, South Africa

April 2 – Charlene posted an Instagram photo of herself, Albert, and their twins Jacques and Gabriella for Easter.

It is unknown where the image was taken.

May 8 – Albert, Jacques and Gabriella attend a Grand Prix event in Monaco without …

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