Princess of Wales “Kate Middleton” Hospitalized Following Abdominal Surgery, Cancels All Engagements Until Easter

Following surgery, Kate Middleton is recuperating.

Kensington Palace revealed on Wednesday that The Princess of Wales, who turned 42 on Wednesday, had her planned stomach surgery at The London Clinic.

The surgery proceeded smoothly, according to a statement, and a 10- to 14-day hospital stay is anticipated. She will then go back home to finish healing after that. According to the most recent medical advice, she is unlikely to return to public life until after Easter.

The Princess of Wales thanked everyone in a statement for the attention her announcement would surely garner. She is hoping that by keeping her personal medical information private, the public will respect her wish to preserve a feeling of normalcy for her children. Kensington Palace will therefore only release updates on Her Royal Highness’s condition in the event that there are noteworthy developments to share.

Prince William and Kate Middleton visit Wales in Sept. 2023

The Princess of Wales apologises to everyone who has been inconvenienced by her decision to postpone her forthcoming engagements. They also expressed her desire to reschedule as many of them as possible as soon as possible.

According to reports, the problem wasn’t malignant.

Princess Kate will recover at her Windsor home after she leaves the hospital. After living in London, the Prince and Princess of Wales relocated to Windsor in 2022.

In order to support his wife throughout her recuperation and look after their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, Prince William is also anticipated to postpone his public obligations. During Princess Kate’s hospital stay and the early phases of her at-home recuperation, Philip will not perform his official duties.

Princess Kate made her farewell appearance in public on Christmas Eve, walking to church with other members of the royal family. She strolled to the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Norfolk with Prince William and their three children, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.

Prince William participated in his first formal event of the new year in 2024. It was at Leeds’ Headlingley Stadium that he teamed up with Rob Burrow and Kevin Sinfield. Since Burrow’s diagnosis of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) in December 2019, both Burrow and Sinfield have been actively involved in raising money for research and projects targeted at treating the ailment.

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