Charlene of Monaco back: this symbolic place where she rests

Invited to the Touche set, which was not on my post, journalist Bertrand Deckers spoke about the place where Princess Charlene would rest. A place not insignificant and well known by the princely family.

She’s finally back. On March 12, the Palace of Monaco announced excellent news. Princess Charlene found her loved ones on the Rock. After months away from his family, Prince Albert’s wife had been forced to stay in Switzerland to rest in a specialized establishment. But here she is back in Monaco: “By agreement with her doctors, and while her recovery is on track, their serene Highnesses have agreed that Princess Charlene can now continue her convalescence in the Principality with her husband and children,” we could read in the press release.

But Charlene of Monaco will have to rest. In fact, according to Bertrand Deckers, a journalist specializing in royal familiesJacques and Gabriella’s mother is not yet ready to set foot in the Prince’s Palace. “Apparently she would not be at the castle, but at the heights of the Principality, an incredible place called Roc Agel. It was Rainier’s gift to Grace in 1957. 56 acres overlooking the Principality in good weather, you can see Corsica, and it is surrounded by green. This is where she goes to rest “he said on the set of Do not touch My TVFriday, March 18th.

“The next few weeks should allow him to recover completely”

Information confirming the press release from the Prince’s Palace. In fact, it was written that Charlene of Monaco would not show up for public events anytime soon: “The next few weeks should allow him to fully recover before he can gradually resume his official activities.” We’ll have to wait a little longer to see Prince Albert’s wife again with his family, installed in the Prince’s Palace.

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On March 12, the Palace of Monaco announced excellent news.

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Princess Charlene found her loved ones on the Rock.

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After months away from his family, Prince Albert’s wife was forced to stay

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in Switzerland to rest in a specialized company. But here she is back in Monaco.

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“In agreement with his doctors and while his recovery is on track”

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“Their peaceful dignitaries have agreed together that Princess Charlene can now continue her convalescence in the Principality, with her husband and children,” we read in the press release.

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But Charlene of Monaco will have to rest.

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According to Bertrand Deckers, a journalist specializing in royal families, the mother of Jacques and Gabriella is not yet ready to enter the prince’s palace.

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“She apparently would not be at the palace”

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“but on the heights of the Principality, an incredible place called Roc Agel.”

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“This is Rainier’s gift to Grace in 1957.”

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56 acres overlooking the Principality. ”

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“In good weather you can see Corsica and it is surrounded by green areas. This is where it will rest,” he hinted at the Touche plateau, not at my post, Friday 18 March.

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Information confirming the press release from the Prince’s Palace.

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In fact, it was written that Charlene of Monaco would not be performing at public events at some point soon.

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The Monegasques have to wait.

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“The next few weeks should allow him to recover completely”

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“before he can gradually resume his official activities”.

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We’ll have to wait a bit to review

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Prince Albert’s wife with his family, installed in the Prince’s Palace.

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