Princess Charlene is opening up about the complications of surgery, which has separated her from her husband, Prince Albert, and their children.
The 43-year-old is currently recovering in South Africa after undergoing surgery last month to “remove complications from previous operations” related to ENT (ear, nose and throat) surgery.
in an interview with channel 24, Charlene reported that in May she had a sinus lift and bone graft to prepare for a dental implant, people magazine Reported. Then, in June, his ears started to ache. He had surgery again the same month.
The mom of two explained to the outlet that she misses “my husband, my kids, and my dogs,” while noting that she can’t fly above 20,000 feet because her internal pressure won’t “equal” because of the surgery According to People.
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Charlene was working with her South Africa Foundation to promote wildlife conservation and has not been in Monaco since May.
Earlier this month, Charlene from Instagram where she shared a series of photos About her kids which Shahi captioned, “Spending time with Jackie and Bella[;] Making blankets for the crche next door. wish me good luck.”
Snapshots show Charlene chatting and blowing kisses to her 6-year-olds via FaceTime. The former Olympic swimmer has sported a short hairstyle since his debut “half hawk” In December.
Charlene also took a selfie in front of conservation posters that read “Save Our Elephants” and “Save the Rhino.”
LBL’s Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report