Charlene: Heartbroken Princess of Monaco finds herself again thanks to God and her parents


After her health adventure, both physical and mental, the princess looks better than ever as her parents moved in with her

After the multiple health problems – physical and mental – she’s had over the past two years, her birthday this year (she’ll be 45 on January 25) will find Princess Charlene of Monaco stronger than ever.

Charlene – South African swimming champion and wife of Prince Albert II of Monaco – returned to her royal duties and public appearances a few months ago, appearing to be on the mend.

Sources from the Grimaldi family claim that this change is due to her faith in God but also to her parents – Michael and Lynette – who, together with her brother, moved from South Africa to support her.

According to Dailymail the couple live permanently in a stunning property in the French village of La Turby.

“That made the difference,” said a palace source. “The Whitstocks have moved into a house just a few minutes’ drive from Charlene and are seeing each other all the time. They make her feel safe and protected while reminding her of the carefree life she had in South Africa.”

Her brother Garrett has already lived in Monaco for 10 years while her second brother “talks on the phone every day”.

“Her serious illness and marital issues made Charlene turn to God more than ever,” another palace source said.

Notably, in 2011, shortly before her wedding, Charlene converted to Roman Catholicism.

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