Tatler reveals Princess Charlene as January cover star

January 27 – Charlene is pictured with Albert for the Sainte Devote Ceremony in Monaco.

18th of March – Charlene is pictured at the monument to the late Zulu monarch, King Goodwill Zwelithini at the KwaKhethomthandayo Royal Palace in Nongoma, South Africa

April 2 – Charlene posts an Instagram photo of herself, Albert and their twins Jacques and Gabriella over Easter.

It is unknown where the photo was taken.

May 8th – Albert, Jacques and Gabriella attend a Grand Prix event in Monaco without Charlene

May 10th – Albert attends Monaco Gala Awards in Monaco without Charlene

May 18 – Charlene shares her first photo from her conservation trip in South Africa

1 June – Prince Albert II, Jacques and Gabriella attend the event at the Oceanic Museum in Monaco

June 3 – New photos of Charlene appearing on her conservation trip

5 June Charlene stands united as she shares a photo with her family to mark her niece’s fifth birthday with her brother and Albert’s family and the twins in South Africa

June 7 – Albert and the twins attend the World Rugby Sevens without Charlene

June 17 – Prince Albert attends the Red Cross Summer Concert in Monte Carlo with his sister Princess Caroline of Hanover

June 18 – Prince Albert only appears in Monte Carlo TV Festival

24th of June – Charlene’s foundation releases a statement saying the royal cannot travel and is undergoing procedures for an ear, nose and throat infection

July 2nd – Charlene and Albert celebrate their 10th birthday separately. “This year will be the first time I am not with my husband on our anniversary in July, which is difficult and saddens me,” Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene said in a statement.

3 July – Albert appears with glamorous niece Charlotte Casiraghi at the 15th International Monte-Carlo Jumping event, which is part of the Longines Global Champions Tour of Monaco,

July 27 Prince Albert is going to the Tokyo Olympics alone

August 13 – Charlene undergoes a four-hour surgery. The reason has not been disclosed

August 25 – Charlene shares photos of Prince Albert, Gabriella and Jacques visiting her in South Africa

August 31th – Media speculation about couples relationship

1st of September – Charlene is admitted to Netcare Alberlito Hospital under alias after she suddenly ‘collapsed’

September 2nd – She is discharged, with a statement from the Palais Princier that reads: ‘Her Highness is being closely monitored by Her medical team who said her condition was not a cause for concern’

Sept 23 – Prince Albert attends the 2021 Monte Carlo Gala for Planetary Health

September 29 – Prince Albert is joined on the red carpet by actress Sharon Stone for a first look at the highly anticipated release of James Bond

September 30th – Charlene releases a stylish video promoting her anti-poaching campaign from her South African hideout

October 3 – Princess Charlene shares a photo of herself smiling at a bible in her first photo since being released from hospital after her health scare

5th of October – Prince Albert attends the Sportel Award Ceremony in Monte Carlo with cousin Louis Ducruet

October 6 – Albert tells RMC radio that Charlene is ‘ready to come home’

October 8 – Princess undergoes surgery in South Africa

Nov 8 – Charlene returns to Monaco. Prince Albert said it became clear within hours that she was ‘unwell’

Nov 13 – Prince Albert visits Expo 2020 in Dubai without Princess Charlene

After returning from the trip, Prince Albert holds an intervention with Charlene’s brothers and a sister-in-law in which Charlene ‘confirmed’ that she would seek ‘truly medically framed treatment’ outside of Monaco

Nov 16 – Royal family confirms that Princess Charlene will not be present on the national holiday on November 19th

– Prince Albert attends a Red Cross event in Monaco without Princess Charlene

Nov 17 – Prince Albert reveals that Princess Charlene has left Monaco and is recovering in an undisclosed location

Nov 19 – Prince Albert reveals Charlene is in a treatment center ‘elsewhere in Europe’ after a family intervention

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