Princess Charlene Is Back to Royal Duties in Monaco—But She Missed a Family Trip to Disneyland

Late last month, Monaco Princess Charlene returned to royal duties after more than a year due to illness and extended convalescence. While she was gone, her husband Prince Albert stressing her illness has encouraged him to be a more hands-on parent to the couple’s seven-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella. Charlene goes back to choosing public events, but it seems the 64-year-old head of state is interested in keeping his parents involved.

Based on Everyone, Albert took a trip to Disneyland Paris with Jacques and Gabriella, but Charlene did not participate. Photos from a recent family trip to celebrate the park’s 30th anniversary show the prince and his two children posing with Minnie and Mickey in front of Sleeping Beauty’s castle.

Last month Charlene shared a new family photo, and the events she attends are among the most important on Monaco’s social calendar. With husband Prince Albert and seven-year-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, She appeared at the Monaco E-Prix world championship race on April 30, wearing a sleek gray AKRIS suit and Christian Louboutin shoes.

On May 2, she also joined her family at another public engagement, the Sainte Devoté Rugby League, hosted by her charity, Princess Charlene of the Monaco Foundation. The league was founded in 2009 and this year’s event is the first since 2019, as the pandemic has canceled events for the past two years.

In March, Charlene returned to Monaco after four months of treatment at a facility in Switzerland. Before that, she spent at least eight months in South America after suffering a severe ear, nose and throat infection that meant she couldn’t fly. The mysterious nature of her lingering illness has led French tabloids to speculate about the status of her marriage to Albert, although the prince has repeatedly stated that the couple is fine. Now that Charlene has returned to Monaco, another set of speculations has been made in one of those tabloids, about the circumstances that led to her return. In the first day of this month, Voiceover claimed that Charlene returned to public service only after Albert agreed to pay her an allowance.

Later, a source close to Charlene denied Page Six’s claim. “Of course she got a nice extension, but Albert didn’t have to pay her to stay,” the source said. “After a long illness, Charlene is very happy to be back with Albert and the kids. They spend every weekend in their hometown. Albert fully supports Charlene and is also helping her in her charities.” When approached by Daily mail, Palais Princier declined to talk about the family’s financial arrangements.

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An interesting clue about the state of things in Monaco comes on Charlene’s Instagram account, where she posts several pictures from the rugby league. In one of the photos, she is hugging Jacques and Gabriella, and her engagement ring, a three-carat pear-shaped diamond designed by Paris jeweler Repossi, is clearly visible on her finger. According to Daily mail, Charlene stopped wearing the ring regularly in 2017, but as of this month, it looks like the ring is back. According to Page Six, she and Albert will next appear together in a series of events marking the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix later this month.


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