Stuck after an ear, nose and throat infection in South Africa Princess Charlene Monaco makes headlines not only in the Cape. “This is my longest tenure in South Africa since I moved to Monaco in 2007,” the 43-year-old said in a recent magazine interview.
She sews blankets for a few hours a day at a daycare center in the coastal province of KwaZulu-Natal. The moment of shock at the beginning of September: Charlene had to be treated temporarily in the hospital. “She was taken there in an ambulance,” her foundation spokeswoman said. Chantelle WittstockBut he emphasized that it was not a breakdown as has been reported several times.
The cure did not make the progress that doctors had hoped.
Can Charlene return to Monaco soon?
Recently, Charlene indicated that she could return in late October. She has now posted a photo on Instagram that leaves room for interpretation. In the photo she is smiling in front of an open book – possibly a Bible. I wrote “God bless”.
I mailed her a black heart. How it really works at the moment is unclear despite the new ray shot.
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