Monaco's Princess Charlene cried throughout her wedding day, and if French magazine Voici is to be believed, things haven't improved in the months since.
Charlene, 33, is reportedly "depressed" because she hasn't fallen pregnant as quickly as she had hoped.
"Charlene has made the subject of pregnancy a taboo topic around the royal palace," Voici reports.
"She might have a smile on her face at official functions, but inside she is stressed and frustrated. This subject is weighing more and more heavily on her shoulders."
Charlene married Prince Albert, 54, in a lavish wedding last July, but the event was overshadowed by claims the beautiful blonde had tried to flee Monaco three times in the lead-up to the wedding.
Charlene was reportedly devastated by rumours Albert had fathered a third love child during their relationship and was said to be desperate to escape the marriage.
She ended up walking down the aisle, but sobbed throughout the ceremony, while Albert appeared to look on in disgust.
Shortly after the nuptials, reports emerged that Charlene had agreed to go through with the wedding after agreeing to a "pregnancy pact" with Albert.
The deal reportedly stated that she could return to her native South Africa once she had given him a legitimate child. Only a child born in wedlock can become Albert's heir and his love children have no claim to the throne.
Once the legitimate child is born, Charlene will be free to leave the marriage, and after a "decent" amount of time, will receive a generous divorce settlement.
Charlene and Albert has repeatedly denied claims she tried to escape their wedding, and insist they are very happy together.
"Why would we go to all this effort, to have this fantastic couple of days, and have our most intimate and dearest friends come and join us, for us to be reluctant," Charlene told a US TV show last year.
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