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Why was Princess Charlene in tears at wedding?

She said: “Everything was just so overwhelming and there were all the mixed emotions because of the rumours. “Obviously all this tension built up and I burst into tears [immediately after the ceremony].

Why was Princess Charlene in tears at wedding?

She said: “Everything was just so overwhelming and there were all the mixed emotions because of the rumours. “Obviously all this tension built up and I burst into tears [immediately after the ceremony].

Did Princess Charlene run away on her wedding day?

According to reports, Princess Charlene tried to escape Monaco three times in the run-up to their July wedding, but was stopped every time. The first attempt reportedly took place after news broke that Prince Albert had a love child conceived during his relationship with Charlene.

Is Albert of Monaco married?

Charlene, Princess of MonacoAlbert II, Prince of Monaco / Spouse (m. 2011)Charlene is the Princess Consort of Monaco and a former Olympic swimmer. Her husband, Albert II, is the reigning Prince of Monaco and head of the Princely House of Grimaldi.
Charlene was born in Bulawayo, Rhodesia, the daughter of Michael and Lynette Wittstock; the family relocated to South Africa in 1989. Wikipedia

Who Was Prince Alberts best man?

They also had one of the world’s top-selling acts as their wedding band — the Eagles, who gave a free concert in a nearby soccer stadium, recalls Prince Albert’s cousin and best man Chris Lavine.

What’s really going on with Monaco’s Princess Charlene?

Princess Charlene of Monaco has been battling ill health since the beginning of 2021. Earlier in the spring, she was affectively grounded in South Africa during a visit for one of her charities, following complications from a sinus infection.

Who is Prince Alberts wife?

Charlene, Princess of MonacoAlbert II, Prince of Monaco / Wife (m. 2011)

Where is Princess Charlene living now?

Monaco
In a statement, the Palais Princier said that the royal “still needs peace and calm” after her illness that lasted nearly a year but is planning to return to her public duties when she feels strong enough.