Princess Charlene Interview

October 4, 2011 by USA Post 

Princess Charlene InterviewPrincess Charlene Interview, Newly married Princess of Monaco, Charlene agreed to carry out her royal duties in her own style, but admitted the adjustment to the function was to take the time, in an interview published in the Daily Telegraph in Britain.

The 33-year-old South African married Prince Albert II in July amid reports he had attempted to escape before the big day, and former Olympic swimmer punched her “enemy” in the British press.

The couple married weeks after Prince William of Great Britain and Catherine Middleton married, but Charlene dismissed any comparison between the two princesses, a promise to “do it my way.”

“I think for someone who lives in a new country and adapting to a new lifestyle, a different role,” said British broadsheet the Week last week’s Paris fashion.

“I’m learning,” he continued. “I was an Olympic swimmer I lived in a bathing suit, I lived on the tour.”

Charlene hopes her royal duties will eventually become a full time occupation, but taking her time to adjust on the fly.

The South African admitted that her French was not up to par, but was coming along “step by step.”

The princess asked “why?” When informed of the request for an interview Telegraph and joked that he was “talking with the enemy” in light of the stories, printed about her before the wedding.

Prince Albert of Monaco and the government previously criticized the media broadcast what they describe as false rumors.

The palace and Albert himself rejected claims that Charlene tried to leave the Principality in a huff a few days before the royal wedding.

The media had reported that the Princess Charlene interrupted preparations for the celebration of luxury and prepared to take a flight to your country after rumors surfaced of infidelity by Prince.

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