Barely back from South Africa, Charlene of Monaco left to rest far from the Rock. With Christmas approaching, the wife of Prince Albert II came out of silence to wish the Monegasque people a happy holiday season.
The absence of the princess is increasingly heavy on the Rock. In convalescence far from the principality, the wife of Prince Albert has missed several important appointments in recent weeks, starting with the Monegasque National Day, during which her children have addressed a touching wink. This Tuesday, December 21, while Christmas Eve is approaching fast, the mother of twins Jacques and Gabriella came out of silence. Through a message posted on social networks, she wished to address the Monegasques: “I wish everyone a beautiful and safe holiday season. With all my love,” commented the former professional swimmer.
A message that Charlene of Monaco accompanied by a greeting card, on which Internet users could distinguish an engraving of the princess, surrounded by Prince Albert II and their two children, Jacques and Gabriella, posing alongside a Christmas tree. A delicate attention – while the daughter of Michael Wittstock is in full convalescence – which has touched the aficionados of the Monegasque princely family: “Thank you very much, Merry Christmas”, “Best wishes to you” or “We love you Charlene”, one could read in comments.
How Prince Albert tries to make people forget his absence
Very affected by the absence of his wife, Prince Albert has so far done everything to stay the course and put on a good face to the Monegasques. While the mother of his children has missed several important events this year, he has devised a rather clever parade so that the absence of Princess Charlene weighs less heavily on the Rock. On December 15, he did not go to the Christmas Tree and the traditional distribution of gifts to children, leaving all the light to his sister Stephanie. A way for the Monegasque sovereign to avoid sending the image of a lonely and neglected prince, especially during a festive period as is usually Christmas …
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