Charlene’s return to her native South Africa without her husband and children has once again raised a lot of questions about her relationship with Albert II. Rumours that all is not well in the monarch’s family have been circulating for several years. All this time Charlene preferred to keep silent on the subject. But the other day decided to clarify the situation. In an interview with the South African site News 24 princess said that there is no reason to worry about their marriage with Albert II.
“There is nothing wrong with our marriage. All these rumours make me terribly exhausted and tired. I just can’t understand where they come from. I feel like some media or people even want us to break up. At the end of the day, these stories seem to be done just for clickbait – to put bread on someone’s table,” Charlene said.
The Duchess also revealed why she deleted her social media account this summer. In an interview, she explained that she did it primarily to protect her children.
“I’m at the point now where I want to protect the privacy of the twins. I don’t need to be part of this world anymore.”
This year, Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques went to different classes for the first time.
“It was a bit unsettling for them – well, more for Gabriella than Jacques,’ Charlene revealed. – Gabriella was upset because she wanted to be with her brother all the time. But Jacques said: “Yay, now I’ll have my own lessons”.
Recall, the attention on Monaco’s princely family intensified after Charlern returned to her husband and children after extensive medical treatment. For eight months she was away from Monaco. And when Charlene returned, fans sounded the alarm – next to her husband she looked very unhappy. And recent rumours that the Duchess has decided not to live with her husband in the palace and see him only by appointment, only intensified talk of a rift in the family. In a recent interview with the Corriere della Sera newspaper, Albert commented that:
“Charlene is always by my side and supports me in running the principality. We are a working couple and sometimes this only allows us to see each other at the end of a long day full of meetings.”