Charlene Wittstock and Prince Albert of Monaco got married a little over a week ago and are now in her native South Africa on their honeymoon. They are now sleeping in different rooms at different hotels, it has emerged.
Shortly before the fancy wedding ceremony that is believed to have cost upwards of 60 million Euro, word got out that Prince Albert was expecting another illegitimate child, conceived while he was officially with Charlene.
That, and the fact that she didn’t really want to be married to him, prompted Charlene to attempt to flee the country at least three times
before the wedding, it is believed.
Eventually, she was “talked into” walking down the aisle but her problems are just beginning, Channel 24
Not only is she not sharing Albert’s room but she’s actually staying at a different hotel while on her honeymoon, the report argues.
This alone should be enough proof that the marriage is a sham. If it’s not convincing enough, Charlene’s sad face also speaks volumes about the state of her very new marriage.
“It was supposed to be their fairytale honeymoon in Africa, but Princess Charlene slept alone in a bedroom 16 km from her prince,” the aforementioned e-zine says.
“It was widely reported that the royal couple would be staying in the presidential suite, at R25 000 per night. However, it has been confirmed by hotel spokesperson Joanne Hayes that Princess Charlene stayed in the Buthelezi suite (R10 600 per night),” Channel 24 informs.
Pictures snapped on occasion of the visit to Charlene’s home country seem to have reinforced public belief that she was somehow forced into the marriage and that she is a very sad, depressed woman because of it.
“When photographers urged the royal couple to kiss, it was another of those awkward moments – Charlene turned her head away and Prince Albert ended up giving her a peck on the cheek,” Channel 24 writes, drawing a comparison with the first Royal kiss, which was also deemed “awkward” in the press.
“Pictures of Charlene taken this week showed an unhappy woman who rarely smiled. The only time she showed real delight was when Archbishop Desmond Tutu hugged her. Charlene and Albert cut short their South African stay on Friday, citing urgent business in Monaco as their reason,” the report says.