Princesa charlene

princesa charlene

Who is Princess Charlene of Monaco?

Charlene founded the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation in 2012 to support her personal humanitarian endeavors. Charlene Lynette Wittstock was born on 25 January 1978 in Bulawayo, Rhodesia, to Michael Kenneth Wittstock (b. 1946), a sales manager, and Lynette, neé Humberstone (b. 1959), a former competitive diver and swimming coach.

When is Princess Charlene’s birthday?

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Whats happening to Princess Charlene?

Princess Charlenes convalescence since returning to Monaco is going well, according to a statement from the palace, which also notes it may take a few more months before ... a full recovery

Does Princess Charlene have a new dog?

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What has happened to Princess Charlene of Monaco?

Last month Prince Albert of Monaco revealed that his wife had been admitted to a European treatment facility with “emotional and physical exhaustion”. The news of Princess Charlenes admission came just days after she returned to Monaco following a 10-month absence.

Why has Princess Charlene moved to South Africa?

Charlenes move comes less than two weeks after her return to Monaco to be reunited with Albert and their six-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella. The royal, 43, spent six months grounded in South Africa due to an ear-nose-throat (ENT) infection, during which time she underwent operations.

Why is Princess Charlene taking a break from public duties?

The Monaco royal palace announced on November 16 that Charlene would be taking a break from public duties after returning from South Africa earlier in the month. Their Serene Highnesses have both decided that a period of calm and rest is necessary to ensure the very best recovery for Princess Charlenes health, the statement read.

Why is Princess Charlene not at the National Day celebrations?

The royal, 43, spent six months grounded in South Africa due to an ear-nose-throat (ENT) infection, during which time she underwent operations. The Palais Princier released a statement on Tuesday to confirm that Princess Charlene would not be joining her family for Monacos National Day celebrations on Friday 19 November.


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