The royal family dismissed reports that Charlene Wittstock had tried to flee to South Africa, where she grew up.
The claims appear to have originated in the French news magazine L'Express.
In an article headlined “Albert-Charlene: Marriage in Peril” and published on its website, the magazine claimed Miss Wittstock, a former Olympic swimmer, had been upset to hear a new revelation about her future husband.

A lawyer for Prince Albert vigorously denied the claims, described the story as “madness” and added: “Everything is false.”
The allegations emerged just two days before the three-day celebrations for the wedding are to start. They are expected to cost around £50million.
(CBS) Now that we've gotten through the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, it's time to concentrate on the other royal weddings of the year.
On July 30, Queen Elizabeth II's granddaughter, Zara Phillips, will marry Mike Tindall. But first, there's a Monaco wedding: Prince Albert II of Monaco, 53, will marry Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock, 33.
People reports the couple is set to marry July 2 in the courtyard of the Prince's Palace in Monaco. Prince Albert said he wanted to host more friends, family and heads of state than the Saint Nicholas Cathedral - where his parents married - could hold, hence the ceremony in the courtyard.
Wittstock said they're not giving away too many details, but People reports that her dress designer is out in the open. She'll wear Giorgio Armani.
Albert's father, Prince Rainer III, married American movie star Grace Kelly as the world watched in 1956. His sisters are Princess Caroline and Princess Stephanie.

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