Princess Charlene of Monaco has taken to social media to celebrate the seventh birthday of her twins while they are reportedly still at a clinic in Switzerland.
Princess Charlene has posted a sweet tribute to her twins on their seventh birthday, as they recover at a clinic in Switzerland after a year of reportedly ill health.
The 43-year-old royal, who is married to Prince Albert of Monaco, shared a photo on Instagram of Princess Gabrielle and Prince Jacques celebrating their special day, writing: “Happy birthday my kids. Thank you God for blessing me with such wonderful children. I am really blessed.”
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charlene is Allegedly in a clinic in Switzerland – about 350km away from her family in Monaco – as she recovers privately from an unknown illness.
The former Olympic swimmer, who married the Prince of Monaco in 2011, made headlines this year for her long absence from public life, after suffering an ear, nose and throat infection that saw her undergo multiple surgeries in her native South Africa. Had to go through where she lived for 10 months.
she was at the end reunited with his family When Albert, Gabrielle and Jacques visited South Africa in August.
Charlene later returned to Monaco in November, after it was said that she had gone to Switzerland for further treatment.
Further concerns were raised over her welfare last month when her children were photographed holding a sign in the window of the Monaco palace during Monaco’s National Day celebrations that read: “We love you, Mommy” and “We miss you”. Mommy.”
Charlene and Albert’s wedding began in 2011 with a $100 million wedding plagued by scamsIn , Albert previously confessed to fathering illegitimate loving children and rumors arose that Charlene tried to run away before their wedding day.
The couple first met shortly after the Olympic Games in 2000, where 22-year-old Charlene finished fifth in the 4x100m medley relay before winning the 200m backstroke at another event in Monaco.
Albert – whose mother Grace Kelly died in a car accident in 1982 – told People There was no “fixed date” that Charlene would return home.
“This is what we expect most, but there is no fixed date at this time,” he told the publication.
Rumors of Charlene’s departure coincided with a rift with her 63-year-old husband, amid allegations he had cheated, but Albert insists that there is no problem with their relationship.