Princess Charlene of Monaco is addressing long-standing rumours that she and her husband Prince Albert are planning to divorce in a silence-shattering new interview.

“You want to talk about rumours of divorce or my new home in Switzerland?” the Princess Consort said in an exclusive interview with news outlet Monaco-Matin, as reported by Hello! “I still find it regrettable that certain media peddle such rumours about my life, my relationship.”

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Balancing candor with ambiguity, Her Serene Highness added, “Like everyone else, we are human beings, and like all human beings we have emotions, and weaknesses, only our family is exposed to the media and the slightest weakness is relayed.”

MONACO, MONACO – MAY 07: (EDITOR’S NOTE : NO TABLOIDS WEB & PRINT) Princess Charlene of Monaco, Prince Albert II of Monaco, Prince Jacques of Monaco and Princess Gabriella of Monaco attend the Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament on May 07, 2022 in Monaco, Monaco. (Photo by )
MONACO, MONACO – MAY 07: (EDITOR’S NOTE : NO TABLOIDS WEB & PRINT) Princess Charlene of Monaco, Prince Albert II of Monaco, Prince Jacques of Monaco and Princess Gabriella of Monaco attend the Sainte Devote Rugby Tournament on May 07, 2022 in Monaco, Monaco. (Photo by ) — Pascal Le Segretain/SC Pool - Corbis/Getty Images

Referring to the media headlines speculating that their marriage was headed for dissolution, the Princess said, “[Albert and I] discussed these malicious articles together and he did everything to protect me and our children.”

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“I’m very happy to be back home in Monaco and with my family,” she continued. “I received so many positive and warm messages when I was away from Monaco, and I thank them for their support.”

Prince Albert himself previously addressed the divorce rumours in November of last year. “She didn’t leave Monaco in a huff! She didn’t leave because she was mad at me or at anybody else,” the Prince told PEOPLE, adding that his wife remained abroad for so long because of “medical complications” that followed a “severe ear, nose and throat infection.”