October 18, 2021

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Princess Charlene of Monaco underwent surgery.

Princess Charlene of Monaco underwent surgery.

Princess Charlene of Monaco underwent an operation in South Africa on Friday, where she contracted an infection in May that required general anesthesia and was “fine,” according to a report in the Amir Diwan.

The source said, “The princess underwent surgery on Friday, which went well and required general anesthesia, the last operation to treat a dangerous infection in the ear, nose and throat. Doctors are currently monitoring her condition for 48 hours.

Princess Charlene, who had been in her native South Africa for several months, underwent an operation on August 13, many details of which have not been revealed. Prince Albert and their two children joined her when she recovered.

In early September, the 43-year-old princess was hospitalized with an infection of the ear, nose and throat. Time.

She was named after a hospital in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal (eastern) province, where she fainted for months.

Born in 1978, former swimmer Charlene Lynette Whitstock married Prince Albert II of Monaco in 2011.

Albert is the son of Prince Rainer III and American film star Grace Kelly, who died in an accident in 1982.

It was one of Albert and Charlene’s first public appearances at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin.

Their son, Jack, is the heir of the Grimaldi dynasty, whose origins are more than 700 years old.

The media following the celebrity affair has recently rekindled speculation about the couple’s divorce or separation following the princess ’long absence in Monaco.

A grand ceremony for their 10th wedding anniversary did not take place in Monaco in July due to the absence of the princess.

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According to the official version, Charlene spent several months in South Africa recovering from her illness.


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