Princess Charlene honoured in sweet tribute by twins as royal continues to recover

Princess Charlene of Monaco shares 'gratitude' for fundraisers

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Charlene, Princess of Monaco, 43, underwent at least three surgeries and is still in recovery since her return to Monaco. Since returning, it was announced by Prince Albert, 63, that she has been admitted to a facility in Europe after suffering from exhaustion.

The former Olympian’s two children, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques, both six, joined Albert to mark the centenary of the Soroptimist International – an organisation that aims to improve the lives of women and girls globally.

The twins paid tribute to their mother and planted a South African tree during the ceremony as a symbol of Charlene’s home country.

This is not the only way the two thoughtful children have been supporting their mother as she battles her illness.

During the celebrations for the Monegasque National Day on November 19, the two royal children were spotted on the palace balcony holding up drawings and signs penned to Charlene.

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Gabriella’s sign read: “We miss you, Mommy.”

While Jacques wrote on his plaque to Charlene: “We love you mommy.”

The six-year-old children decorated their colourful cards with hearts.

Monaco’s ruler has said the children understand the situation and the pair know that their mother was very tired.

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Charlene is suffering from deep fatigue and will need several weeks to recover away from the public eye, the palace announced on Tuesday.

Prince Albert told People magazine that Charlene was receiving treatment in a facility outside of Monaco to protect her privacy.

Albert also denied rumours that have arisen surrounding Charlene’s mysterious illness: ”Because I know there are rumours out there, let me say – this is not Covid.”

”It’s not cancer-related.

“It’s not a personal relationship issue.

“And if you want to discuss another speculation, it isn’t related to plastic surgery or facial work at all.”

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