Princess Charlene 'almost died' from surgery complications and blames palace for 'downplaying' her condition

Princess Charlene 'almost died' from surgery complications and blames palace for 'downplaying' her condition

Princess Charlene 'almost died' from surgery complications and blames palace for 'downplaying' her condition By Natalie Oliveri| Princess Charlene of Monaco "almost died" from complications relating to surgery while in South Africa, a friend has claimed. The royal, 43, spent six months in South Africa after contracting an ear, nose and throat infection which lead to a number of surgeries. Last week, she was admitted to a treatment facility outside of Monaco after husband Prince Albert said she was suffering "profound general fatigue...exhaustion, both emotional and physical". READ MORE: Princess Charlene: a timeline of her health issues and absence Charlene was finally reunited with Prince Albert and their children Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella in Monte Carlo on November 8. The mother-of-two had been unable to return to the principality …
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