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Princess Charlene of Monaco’s health ‘reassuring,’ palace officials say

  • PHILL MAGAKOE/POOL PHOTO VIA MARCH 18
                                Charlene, Princess of Monaco attends the memorial service for Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini in Nongoma, South Africa. Officials in the principality of Monaco said Friday, Sept. 3, that Princess Charlene is in “stable” condition, following South African media reports that she was unwell. Princess Charlene, 43, who is married to Monaco’s ruler, Prince Albert II, has been on an extended stay in her home country of South Africa.

    PHILL MAGAKOE/POOL PHOTO VIA MARCH 18

    Charlene, Princess of Monaco attends the memorial service for Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini in Nongoma, South Africa. Officials in the principality of Monaco said Friday, Sept. 3, that Princess Charlene is in “stable” condition, following South African media reports that she was unwell. Princess Charlene, 43, who is married to Monaco’s ruler, Prince Albert II, has been on an extended stay in her home country of South Africa.

PARIS >> Monaco’s Princess Charlene is in “reassuring” condition after being suddenly hospitalized with complications from a serious sinus infection, the principality’s palace said today.

Princess Charlene, a former Olympic swimmer who has been on an extended stay in her home country of South Africa, suffered an unspecified “malaise” overnight Wednesday, the palace said. Earlier, palace officials said she was in stable condition.

“Her Highness is followed closely by her medical team, which confirms her medical state is reassuring,” the palace said in a late night statement. It did not elaborate.

Princess Charlene, 43, is married to Monaco’s ruler, Prince Albert II, and they have twin children.

She underwent an undisclosed operation in South Africa last month. The French newspaper Nice-Matin quoted Albert at the time as saying that “the intervention went well, the princess is resting and we think tenderly of her.”

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