Princess Charlene undergoes Another Surgery in South Africa
Princess Charlene was hospitalized again last Friday 8 October in South Africa and underwent another surgery under general anesthesia.
Princess of Monaco was admitted under a pseudonym in a hospital in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal, after collapsing in the hotel where she had been staying for several months. Everything went very well, according to a source at the princely palace.
The Princess has been receiving medical treatment for several months now in South Africa following a serious ENT infection.
At the beginning of May, Princess Charlene underwent a sinus lift and bone graft for dental implants. Following the operation, while fighting poaching and raising awareness about rhino mutilation in South Africa, the princess suffered from a serious infection of the ears, nose and throat. The infection reached dangerous levels and she had to undergo emergency surgery. Since her surgeries, she has not been able to take a plane home, because the sinus area would not withstand air pressure changes caused by air travel.
On 13 August, she was operated on for four hours under general anesthesia.
Then, on 3 September, she was briefly hospitalized again in Ballito, a coastal town in the east of the country, after feeling unwell from postoperative complications.
Since her surgeries, she has not been able to take a plane home, because the sinus area would not withstand air pressure changes caused by air travel.