After a long trip in South Africa, Princess Charlene has returned to Monaco. The princess first came to South Africa in March to attend King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu’s burial at Nongoma, KwaZulu-Natal. She also worked throughout the nation on behalf of her many organizations. She was transported to the hospital again in September after “suddenly fainting” after suffering an ENT infection in May and undergoing many treatments owing to complications. In October, she had one last surgery.
Princess Charlene returned to Monaco on Sunday evening, according to a press release. The statement states, “She has healed well, is healthy, and is looking forward to rejoining with her family.”
The former Olympic swimmer, on the other hand, was able to put her “extra” time in South Africa to good use, focusing on her many programs such as #chasingzero, #educate2gether, and #feed2gether.
After a long trip in South Africa, Princess Charlene has returned to Monaco.
In March, the princess arrived in South Africa for King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu’s burial in Nongoma, KwaZulu-Natal. She also traveled across the country on behalf of her various organizations. After suffering an ENT infection in May and undergoing numerous treatments due to complications, she was admitted to the hospital again in September after “suddenly fainting.” She had one last surgery in October.
According to a press release, Princess Charlene arrived in Monaco on Sunday evening. “She has healed well, is healthy, and is looking forward to reuniting with her family,” the statement reads.
In contrast, the former Olympic swimmer was able to put her “extra” time in South Africa to good use, focusing on her numerous initiatives such as #chasingzero, #educate2gether, and #feed2gether.
Before leaving, the monarch said, “South Africa has – and always will have – a special place in my heart.” Every time I visit this beautiful country, I am overcome with joy and pride. I’d like to thank everyone for their kindness and support over the course of my stay here. I’m looking forward to seeing my husband, Prince Albert, and my twins, Jacques and Gabriella, who are six years old.”
In a video clip posted by the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, His Royal Highness Misuzulu kaZwelithini presents Her Serene Highness with a gift before her departure. “It’s been a difficult time to be here,” she continues, “but it’s also been wonderful to be back in South Africa.” I’d like to express my gratitude to the doctors in South Africa who have helped me tremendously, and I’m looking forward to seeing my children again. South Africa, thank you, and God bless you all.
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