Johannesburg (AFP)-The foundation of Princess Charlene of Monaco stated that her foundation stated that her condition was stable after she passed out and was hospitalized in South Africa on Friday (September 3).
The statement said: “Her Royal Highness Princess Charlene (HSH) of Monaco (HSH) was taken to the hospital by ambulance late on Wednesday night after falling down due to complications of a severe ENT infection in May.”
“The princess’s medical team is currently evaluating her, but it has been confirmed that the princess is in stable condition,” it said.
“She has been released. She was released this morning,” Chantel Wittstock, director of the Princess Charlene Foundation of Monaco, told AFP.
“The doctors are still determining what happened,” she said.
The 43-year-old South African-born princess underwent surgery in August, but few details were disclosed.
Wittstock said her recent health panic was “part of the recovery.”
“She has been in pain.”
Former South African Olympic swimmer Charlene married Prince Albert II in 2011. Their son Jacques is now the leader of the 700-year-old Grimaldi family.
In recent weeks, lifestyle magazines across Europe have fanatically speculated that the royal couple might divorce.
Charlene has been in South Africa for a few months, and the media reported that she is looking for a house there.
Albert is the son of Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly, an American movie star who died in a car accident in 1982.