does they have a two year contract, time is running out for CC three months to go ........
I won't hold my breath Since everything about them has been played out for the peanut gallery i.e. media, by now there would be a groundswell or a hint as to how they plan to break up, whether through a scandal or other. I don't see them one morning softly announcing that busy schedules kept them apart or that CC is choosing sport over children, or that their marriage has caved under the media pressure etc. It will take either another illegitimate baby scandal, some crime by CC (other than ineptitude or greedy ambition or general bad taste) and we're hearing no rumblings really. Two months is a short time to start justifying a divorce, even if it was planned before the wedding. It would be about saving face and a simple "Albert in love with another woman" won't sell papers, I'm afraid. It's hopeless.
I wonder if there is a timelimit in the marriage contract at how long she has to get pregnant and how much longer she get's to stay if she does. She is 35, so I should think that until 36 she would have for the first pregnancy and another 2 or 3 for the back up. So by 40, if she produced 2 kids, she would be free to leave. Albert would be 60 by then and way too old. ANd for her pregnancies would be more dangerous as well. Besides in MC women are considered to have reached their expiery date at 40 and need to be replaced by a younger, blonder model....
Another royal with issues, according to Woman's Day, is Monaco's first lady Princess Charlene, 35.
She was under enormous pressure to become pregnant and provide husband Prince Albert, 52, with a successor, the magazine reported.
South African beauty Charlene suffered a bitter blow when Albert's nephew and second in line to the throne Andrea Casiraghi, 29, announced his Brazilian-Colombian bride-to-be Tatiana Santo Domingo, also 29, had given birth to a baby boy.
Making matters worse, locals wanted the younger couple to rule Monaco after their marriage later this year, the magazine said.
"People feel let down that Charlene has not yet given them a royal baby, specially as Albert already has two illegitimate children," a palace insider explained.
Monaco célèbre la naissance du bébé de Charlotte, mais que devient celle qui a épousé Albert en 2011 ? Le romancier Philippe Besson s’est intéressé à cette altesse discrète. Charlène de Monaco, née Wittstock il y a trente-cinq ans au Zimbabwe, élevée en Afrique du Sud, ex-championne de natation... a du mal à trouver sa place dans la dynastie des Grimaldi. Stéphane Cardinale / Corbis Comment un jeune homme si doux, presque féminin, en tout cas solaire, a pu devenir cet adulte si rugueux en apparence. Albert, en vieillissant (il a aujourd’hui 55 ans), a gagné en gravité et égaré ce je-ne-sais-quoi des romans de Sagan qui faisait son... "
Unfortunatly one has to pay to see the whole article Looks like Le Parisien published a frontal attack on Charlene as POM ... . Maybe some of us is reading the print edition of Le Parisien and can tell us more?