Monaco’s Princely Palace denies “malicious” separation rumours of Prince Albert and Princess Charlene – Royal Central

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The Princely Palace of Monaco issued a denial to the “malicious rumours” about the separation of Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene that have emerged in the French press.

French magazine Royauté has claimed that the Prince and Princess are in the process of separation.

The Palace’s press office say they “formally deny the malicious rumours peddled by the French magazine “Royauté.”

They added that the rumours are “totally unfounded.”

The article by the French magazine was repeated by gossip sites and has been shared numerous times on social media, further fuelling the fire.

Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene married in July 2011.

Their civil ceremony took place in the Princely Palace’s Throne Room on 1 July, while their religous ceremony was held in the Palace’s courtyard the following day.

The couple have two children – eight-year-old twins, Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, – who were born in 2014.

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