Princess Charlene of Monaco spent Easter along with her household after battling a thriller sickness that saved her in South Africa.
“Happy Easter ❤️,” she wrote on Instagram Sunday alongside a portrait of her, husband Prince Albert II and their 7-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, posing close to a basket with a white rabbit.
Charlene, 44, shared extra photographs of her household on her Instagram Story, together with certainly one of them attending Easter Mass on the Palace of Monaco’s personal chapel with chaplain Père Penzo.
The household portrait is the primary official picture launched since August 2021.
As Page Six completely reported, Charlene “almost died” in South Africa after present process a number of surgical procedures and shedding an excessive quantity of weight.
Friends of the household had been involved that Albert, 64, had downplayed his spouse’s sickness after giving an interview in November claiming she had gone into rehab upon her return to the principality.
“It is unfair that she is being portrayed as having some kind of mental or emotional issue,” one supply informed us. “We don’t know why the palace is downplaying that she almost died in South Africa.”
The supply famous that Charlene had extreme ear, nostril and throat infections, which resulted in “sinus and swallowing issues stemming back from an earlier surgery.”
“She has not been able to eat solid food in over six months because of all the surgeries she has since gone through,” the supply stated. “She has only been able to take in liquids through a straw, so she lost nearly half her body weight.”
Concern over Charlene’s worrying weight reduction started when she posted a photograph of herself on Oct. 2 adopted by the announcement that she was pulling out of an official occasion on Nov. 19 as a consequence of “profound general fatigue.”
Albert then informed People journal that the princess had been admitted to a “treatment facility” exterior of Monaco after it grew to become “evident she was unwell” inside hours of her return following 10 months in South Africa.
Charlene has not publicly commented on her well being.