- Princess Charlene is out of the clinic
- Prince Albert's wife is back in Monaco
- She continues to recover at home
For several months, royal fans were worried about the health of Princess Charlene. But there is finally really good news: Prince Albert's wife, mother of Jacques and Gabriella, is back home in Monaco.
Palace announces return of Princess Charlene
Late on Saturday afternoon, the Monaco palace made Princess Charlene's return public in a statement shared to Monaco-Matin. She is doing well again and can now recover from home:
"In agreement with her doctors and while her recovery is on the right track, their Serene Highnesses have agreed together that Princess Charlene can now continue her convalescence in the Principality with her husband and her children by her side."
The palace said it will be a few weeks before Princess Charlene can "gradually resume her official activities."
Princess Charlene had been in a clinic outside of Monaco since November. She had an ENT infection followed by "physical and emotional exhaustion," as Albert explained to the newspaper Paris Match in February.
In fact, over the past few days in Monaco there had been hope that Princess Charlene could return for an important event. The Riviera Water Bike Challenge, organized by her foundation, will take place again in June.
The Princess attends the race every year and has also competed several times herself.