The behavior of Prince Albert of Monaco with Gabriella and Jacques in the absence of their mother, Charlene of Monaco, struggling with illness, has surprised. A specialist in body language has dissected his delicate way of behaving with his twins. He is a father hen.
Albert, 63, has made numerous public appearances with six-year-old twins Jacques and Gabriella since his beloved wife of 43 years was admitted to a specialized center in Switzerland. The last appearance was on the Monegasque national holiday and was analyzed by body language expert Judi James.
Her explanations were collected by the British media The Express.
“It is not unusual for a father to mobilize for children in the absence of the mother for illness or something else, but for a prince of Albert of Monaco’s generation, this tactile and very ‘focused’ behavior might not have been a given,” she said.
On the other hand, Prince Albert of Monaco let himself go to some confidences about the state of Charlene of Monaco in an interview with People magazine.
“She gave the impression of being fine during the first hours, but it quickly became obvious that she was in suffering. She is exhausted both psychologically and physically,” he said, hence the decision to admit her to a specialized center, which would be located in Switzerland, a track mentioned by our sources.