Worry about Kate Middleton! The princess is in the hospital and underwent abdominal surgery on January 16. Prince William's wife will not attend any public appointments until Easter. The British Palace officially announced this.
Of course, the British are concerned about Kate Middleton because there is no more accurate information about the background of the operation. An insider is now unpacking.
Kate Middleton in hospital
On January 17, the British Palace caused a stir with the news: Kate Middleton underwent abdominal surgery on January 16. The Princess of Wales is expected to remain in hospital for approximately ten to 14 days before continuing her regeneration process at home. The British Palace did not provide any further details about the background of the operation.
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The official announcement simply states that Kate Middleton will not be attending any public appointments until Easter. Updates on its authenticity will only be provided “when significant new information becomes available.” She continued, “She hopes the public will understand her desire to maintain as much normalcy for her children as possible.”
Insider empties: “She'll be her old self again.”
This completely unexpected news alarmed the British people. An insider has now spoken to US magazine People and spoke about the princess's health. “It seems really serious considering how long she will be out. But she is in safe hands and will receive a lot of care and support at home.”
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Kate is a “decent young woman” and will recover from the operation. “I'm sure she'll get back on her feet. She'll be back to her old self,” the insider explained, emphasizing: “It's totally reasonable for her to take her time. Kate is a great example for the rest of us. You are often told to return to work as quickly as possible, but this can be harmful.
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