- Princess Charlene shares photo of herself in front of the Bible
- The 43-year-old Royal can be seen smiling as she makes a casual performance in a black jumper
- Days later she missed a James Bond screening with husband Prince Albert
Princess Charlene has shared a picture of herself smiling in front of a Bible in her first picture since being discharged from hospital in South Africa a month ago after her health deteriorated.
In the snap that was shared instagram On Sunday, the 43-year-old former Olympian can be seen making a casual performance in a black jumper and garland-of-pearl necklace as she sits at a wooden table.
The royal, who was born and raised Protestant but converted to Roman-Catholicism ‘of her own free will and choice’ in April 2011, simply captioned the post, ‘God bless’, followed by a heart emoji.
Prince Albert’s wife was admitted to NetCare Alberti Hospital on Wednesday 1 September under a pseudonym due to a ‘medical emergency’ due to complications from an ear-nose-throat infection she contracted in May.
She was discharged the next day, with a statement from the Palais Princier which read: ‘His Majesty is closely monitored by the medical team, who said her condition was not critical.’
It comes just days after Charlene released a stylized video from her South African bolthole to promote her anti-poaching campaign – recalling the No Time to Die screening with her 63-year-old husband Prince Albert in Monte Carlo. after.
Princess Charlene (pictured), 43, has shared a photo of herself smiling in front of a Bible in her first picture since being discharged from hospital in South Africa a month ago after her health deteriorated.
On Friday 29 September, 63-year-old Prince Albert (pictured with Sharon Stone, at right) attended a charity screening of the new James Bond film at the Monte Carlo Opera, his latest public appearance without his wife.
Charlene said last summer that her decision to convert to Roman-Catholicism was because she found strength in the religion and was part of the Grimaldi tradition.
‘Catholicism is the state religion’ [in Monaco]. But to me, it represents too much. The values of this religion touch me deeply and match my soul perfectly,’ the people reported.
Charlene’s first state visit to the Vatican was with Prince Albert in January 2013. The royal couple’s visit marked the 55th anniversary of the meeting of their parents, Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco, with Pope Pius XII in 1957.
Shahi said, ‘The experience was extremely profound and inspiring for me’.
In 2016, Princess Charlene of Monaco visited the Vatican in a white dress after it was revealed that she was one of only seven people allowed to don color when meeting with Pope Francis.
Called Le Privilege du Blanc in French or Il Privilegeo del Bianco in Italian, the special tradition extends solely to the titular Catholic queens and princesses and is usually held at the Vatican for important events such as private audiences, canonizations, beatifications and special publics. reserved for.
On Friday, September 3, Prince Albert (pictured with his children) was joined on the red carpet by actress Sharon Stone, 63, on the eagerly anticipated release of James Bond – Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as the iconic secret agent. It was the first sight.
Charlene, who was last seen in Monaco in January, shared professional photos from her family reunion on Instagram last month (pictured).
The privilege has been given to Princess Charlene along with Queen Sophia of Spain, Queen Paola of Belgium, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Queen Letizia of Spain and Princess Marina of Naples.
Common protocol for papal spectators required that women wear a long black dress with a high collar and long sleeves, and a black mantilla.
Charlene contracted in May to treat ear and throat infections in South Africa over the past several months.
As a result, the mother-in-law of two missed their 10-year wedding anniversary and is not expected to return to the principality until October after undergoing a ‘four-hour operation under general anesthesia’ in August – although this was not clarified. whether it was associated with a sinus infection.
Charlene and Albert reunited for the first time months after the monarch and their children moved to South Africa, but photos of the pair embracing were labeled ‘weird’ by a body language expert.
How Charlene and Albert took a solo walk in South Africa and Monaco during a seven-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 Jwelithini 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 Charlene
May 10 – Albert attends the Monaco Gala Awards in Monaco without Charlene
May 18 – Charlene shares her first photo from her conservation trip in South Africa
June 1 – Prince Albert II, Jacques and Gabriella attend event at the Oceanic Museum in Monaco
June 3 – New photos of Charlene on her conservation journey revealed
June 5 Charlene holds a united front as she shares a photo with her family to mark her niece’s fifth birthday with her brother’s and Albert and twins in South Africa
June 7 – Albert and the twins take part in the World Rugby Sevens without Charlene
June 17 – Prince Albert attends the Red Cross Summer Concert in Monte Carlo with his sister Princess Caroline of Hanover
June 18 – Prince Albert appears alone at Monte Carlo TV Festival
June 24 – The Charlene Foundation issued a statement saying the royal was unable to travel and…