Princess Charlene of Monaco made it a point that she visits the New King of Amazulu, King Misuzulu before returning to the Monaco Kingdom.
The princess has been in the country for some time while being treated for an ear, nose, and throat infection, met the new Zulu King, His Royal Highness Misuzulu kaZwelithini. Upon sharing her video meeting with King Misuzulu many of her fans were concerned about her health. She has been in the country and has not flown back to her family in Monaco. The princess and Prince Albert told the media that the delay in Charlene getting back home is that she is not well. But rumors speculating say the royal couple might be having trouble in paradise.
Princess Charlene has discarded the rumors of marriage problems and told the media that she will be returning to her husband and children sometime this month. The Princess has even shared another video on Instagram with King Misuzulu with the song "We are growing strong". She said on the video thanking the King for his kindness and support and saluted lastly by saying "Bayede Nkosi." Princess Charlene is one of the many royals who support the Zulu Royal family. She has urged the royal family to end the feud and unite as a family. The late King had reigned for 50 years and when the King passed away Princess Charlene was among the mourners.
In July she posted a video that could have been the late King's birthday. She even wanted to be the mediator in the Zulu royal family's succession battles for the sake of unity. Princess Charlene was a personal friend to the late King, she attended the funeral among the widows of the late King Zwelithini. Though Princess Charlene is not a mediator she was willing to help. She believes she can make a difference in a complicated family matter under the guidance of spiritual leaders. The Princess was pleased to meet the King and she felt blessed to do so.
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