Princess Charlene of Monaco Shares Family Christmas Card Amid Recovery

  • Princess Charlene of Monaco shared a picture of her family on their Christmas card on Tuesday.
  • “Wishing everyone a beautiful festive season and all my love,” the royal family wrote on Instagram.
  • According to People, she is still in a European treatment facility recovering from exhaustion.

People reported that Princess Charlene of Monaco shared an illustration of her family on their annual Christmas card while recovering from exhaustion at a European treatment facility.

The 43-year-old posted a photo on Instagram of the card on Tuesday, which has garnered more than 38,000 likes at the time of writing. She depicts herself, Prince Albert, 63, and their 7-year-old twin children, Princess Gabriella, Countess of Carlades, and Jacques, hereditary Prince of Monaco, in front of a Christmas tree.

“Wishing everyone a beautiful and safe festive season all my love,” the property captioned their Instagram post.

A post shared by HSH Princess Charlene (@hshprincesscharlene)

Since being isolated in her native South Africa due to issues with an ear, nose and throat infection in May, Charlene has undergone multiple medical procedures. She received emergency treatment for complications from an ear, nose and throat infection on September 1, which led to her being hospitalized overnight, South African newspaper News24 reported at the time.

On November 8, Charlene returned to Nice on a private Albert plane and was reunited with her family in Monaco after a six-month absence, People reported at the time.

A week after arriving home, Charlene was forced to withdraw from her country’s National Day festivities, as she felt unable to perform her royal duties due to “profound public fatigue,” the palace said in a November 16 statement.

In an exclusive interview with People Peter Mikelbank published on November 19, the sovereign said his wife is “visibly exhausted both physically and emotionally” and will seek medical care at a treatment facility outside Monaco, which he expects to last at least several weeks.

The publication added that the decision “involved an interfering-style meeting with family members”, including her brothers and sister-in-law. “She was very calm and very understanding,” Albert said.

Albert also dismissed a number of rumors, including that this was a reflection on their marriage, saying, “Because I know there are rumors out there, let me say: This isn’t COVID. And it’s not cancer. It’s not personal. It’s a relationship issue. And if you’d like to discuss Other speculation, it is not related to plastic surgery or facial plastic surgery at all.”

Princess Charlene’s representatives did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

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