Princess Charlene of Monaco was in stable condition after falling in South Africa on Friday and was hospitalized, her foundation said.
The 43-year-old South African wife of Monaco’s Prince Albert, 43, was admitted to a hospital in the port city of Durban in the southeastern province of Koza Zulu Natal on Wednesday night. Where he has lived for many months.
“Her calm majesty (HSH) Princess Charlene of Monaco was rushed to the hospital by ambulance late Wednesday night, after she collapsed in May due to complications from a severe ear, nose and throat infection,” the statement said. An agreement has been reached. “
“The princess’s medical team is currently examining her, but they have confirmed that she is stable,” he said.
“She has been released. She was released this morning.
“Doctors are still doing what happened,” he said.
The Zimbabwean-born princess underwent surgery in August, but some details have been made public.
Whitstock said his latest health fear was “part of recovery.” “She is in great pain.”
– Former Olympic Swimmer –
The former South African Olympic swimmer married Prince Albert II in 2011.
One of Charlene’s first public appearances with Prince Albert II was at the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics.
His son Jack is heading the 700-year-old House of Grimaldi.
In recent weeks, lifestyle magazines across Europe have speculated with fever that the royal couple may be heading for divorce.
Princess Charlene has been in South Africa for most of this year, saying she was forced to stay for medical reasons, although media reports indicate she is looking for a home there.
Her last public appearance with Albert in Monaco was in January. On August 25, she posted photos with her husband and children on Instagram.
Following their marriage, there were rumors from the royal palace that Charlene had tried to escape from Albert on the occasion of her marriage, as well as claiming that she had agreed to proceed only to the marriage. Settle if she still wants to go.
Albert is the son of Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly, an American film star who died in a car accident in 1982.
Charlene Whitstock was born on January 25, 1978, in Bolivia, Zimbabwe’s second city. Charlene’s family moved to South Africa at the age of 10 and settled in the town of Banoni on the outskirts of Johannesburg.
She went to the pool at the age of three, assisted by her mother, Lenette, a swimming coach and a competitive diver.
Swimming soon took over his life and his potential became apparent in the late 1990s as he won several national titles and competed for the Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur in 1998 and South Africa in Manchester in 2002.
At the 2000 Sydney Olympics, Whitstock was fifth on the women’s relay team.