charlene from Monaco returned to the principality after 14 months away from public life. On March 12, the palace announced that the princess had returned home, after having been admitted to a clinic to recover physically and mentally from her health problems. On the 18th of April, the first family photo was published, with Charlene marking her return to official events on the 30th of that month, at the Monaco E-Prix.
Everything indicated that, little by little, the normality of family life would be returning, but the magazine “Voici” claims that this is not quite the case. According to this publication, Charlene arranged her return with her husband, Albert of Monaco, with both parties signing a confidential contract in which a million-dollar value was stipulated. It is said that it has been agreed that the prince will now have to pay 12 million euros annually for the woman to return to public life and official events.
This communication organ says it has also discovered other clauses in the agreement. He says that Charlene asked to establish residence in Switzerland, traveling to Monaco in specific situations to fulfill an official agenda. The children, the seven-year-old twins Jacques and Gabriella, would remain with their father.
The “Voici” also confirms the information provided by the “Monaco Tribune” that the princess’s brother, Gareth Wittstock, obtained Monegasque nationality on 27 April thanks to this contract. Wittstock works as secretary-general of the foundation that exists in the name of the princess, so a possible end of marriage would leave him without this job.
An article that fuels the rumors that Alberto and Charlene are not happily married. Something that the prince himself has tried to deny in recent months, especially during the period when Charlene was away for health reasons.