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No Baby: Princess Charlene Slept Miles Away From Prince Albert During Honeymoon

No baby for Prince Albert and Princess Charlene

It looks like those tears on her big day weren’t just pre-wedding jitters.  There are reports indicating that newlyweds Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco slept miles away from each other during their Honeymoon trip to South Africa.  It could be that the Princess is none too pleased about her husband’s pending DNA tests as part of a possible multi-million-dollar paternity claim.

The Prince already has two children, a 19-year-old daughter with an American estate agent and a six-year-old son through a former Togolese airline attendant.

Now reports of a third child out of wedlock by Prince Albert won’t be winning any affection from his new bride soon.  The couple shortened their Honeymoon trip in order for Prince Albert to return to Monaco to confirm whether he is the father of a child whose mother is currently suing him.

There were also earlier reports that despite the children Prince Albert already has, he has made a pact with Princess Charlene for her to produce a legitimate heir to the thrown in exchange for a multi-million dollar lifestyle.

But for now, it doesn’t look like there will be a royal baby anytime soon with the couple sleeping in separate quarters.

The couple wed last week in a lavish ceremony in front of 500 guests that included dignitaries, royal figure, and even French President Nicolas Sarkozy in attendance.

Photos: PCN

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