One of the most important events of the Princely House takes place in Monaco in January. Princess Charlène, who is currently in a clinic, may return home for this.

< p> On January 27, a traditionally important event is taking place in Monaco: the honor of the patron saint of Monaco, Sainte Dévote. Now voices are being heard who believe that Princess Charlène will be able to attend the celebrations in Monaco.

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The Monegasque woman is currently in a clinic in Switzerland to be treated for psychological and physical problems.

 Princess Charl & egrave; ne could travel back to Monaco this month

During the festive season, Charlène received visits from her loved ones several times. In a statement from the palace, Prince Albert previously announced that he and the children would visit the 43-year-old.

This is what

  • Princess Charlène is receiving treatment for physical and psychological problems.

  • Although she is feeling better, the Monegasque should stay in the Swiss luxury clinic.

  • Now it exists There is a possibility that the 43-year-old will return to her home country this month.

  • On January 27, a traditionally important event is coming up in Monaco: the honor of the patron saint of Monaco, Sainte Dévote.

After Princess Chalène (43) was stuck in South Africa for months and struggled with health problems there several times, the Monegasque is now being treated in a clinic in Switzerland because of physical and mental stress. The 43-year-old stayed away from her homeland Monaco for a long time. However, this could soon change.

On January 27, one of the most important events of the Princely House takes place in Monaco: the honor of the patron saint of Monaco, Sainte Dévote. Traditionally, a fishing boat is lit with torches in the presence of the princely family to honor the holy Devota, who was tortured and killed as a martyr in the 4th century. It is quite possible that Charlène will return to Monaco – and thus also to Prince Albert (63) and her children – for this traditionally important festival.

You already missed the national holiday

The palace had recently announced that the princess was doing better and that her recovery was going “satisfactorily and encouragingly”. But it will be weeks before the 43-year-old has fully recovered. However, there has not yet been an official statement from the Princely House. The Princess missed the Monegasque national holiday on November 19th – for the first time since her wedding to Prince Albert in 2011.

Family visited Charlène in Switzerland

The princess was separated from her husband and children for a long time. One day before Christmas Eve, the twins Jacques and Gabriella (7) were able to embrace Mama Charlène again. As the German magazine “Bunte” reported, the kids and their dad Albert went to Charlène's clinic for the first time in five weeks.

Since Jacques, Gabriella and Albert are an important part of their treatment, the three are said to have stopped by Charlène again on January 2nd. At the last visit, they were even part of the treatment: In family therapy, they are said to have questioned Charlène's role in the family and discussed her place. They looked to see what had to change in their environment so that they could recover and stay healthy in the long term.

After her return from South Africa in November, the princess had herself admitted to a Nobel clinic in Switzerland. While it was previously assumed that she would be in the Paracelsus Recovery Clinic in Zurich, the magazine now reports of a sighting in an Alpine clinic. Albert said in an interview with the US magazine “People” that his wife was suffering from exhaustion. Her illness is not just physical. At the beginning of therapy, Charlène was not allowed to receive any visitors. The focus of her treatment was on recovering and regaining strength. Although she is on the mend, she should seek treatment for a while longer.

Do you or have someone who you know a mental illness?

You can find help here:

Pro Mente Sana, Tel. 0848 800 858

Children's soul Switzerland, advice for mentally stressed parents and their relatives

Postpartum Depression Association, Tel. 044 720 25 55

Relatives.ch, advice and contact points

Self-help groups

Pro Juventute, advice for children and adolescents, Tel. 147

Dargebotene Hand, Worry Hotline, Tel. 143

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By Teresa Tapmleton

Teresa Tampleton has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Nizh TEkegram, Teresa Tampleton worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teresa@ntelegram.com 1-800-268-7341

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