Kate Middleton Leaves Hospital After Abdominal Surgery: ‘She Is Making Good Progress’

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Kate Middleton is recuperating at home after undergoing surgery. It was announced by the palace that the Princess of Wales, who is 42 years old, was released from the hospital on Monday, thirteen days after she underwent stomach surgery.

Her recuperation will now continue at her residence in Windsor, where she resides with her husband, Prince William, and their three children. She will continue to work on her recovery there.

Following her recovery from surgery, the Princess of Wales has returned to her residence in Windsor to continue her recuperation. In a statement released on Monday, Kensington Palace noted that she is making significant advancements.

Kate Middleton Leaves Hospital After Abdominal Surgery
Kate Middleton Leaves Hospital After Abdominal Surgery, (IMAGE SOURCE: YAHOO)

Because of the care that they have offered, the Prince and Princess would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to the whole personnel at The London Clinic, particularly the nursing staff who have shown their dedication.

In the statement, it was stated that “The Wales family continues to be grateful for the well wishes they have received from all over the world.”

“The surgery was successful, and it is expected that she will remain in hospital for 10 to 14 days, before returning home to continue her recovery,” according to the press release. “Based on the current medical advice, she is unlikely to return to public duties until after Easter.”

The curiosity that will be generated by this declaration is something that the Princess of Wales is grateful for.

Kate Middleton and Prince William in Oct. 2023, (IMAGE SOURCE: YAHOO)

“She hopes that the general public will comprehend her desire to preserve as much normalcy as possible for her children, as well as her desire that her personal medical information be kept confidential,” the statement went on to say. “Kensington Palace will, therefore, only provide updates on Her Royal Highness’ progress when there is significant new information to share.”

The cover story for this week’s issue of People magazine has an exclusive interview with a person close to the royal family who tells the publication that it is “sensible” for Princess Kate to take the appropriate healing time before returning to public duty.

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As a result of the fact that you are frequently instructed to return to work as quickly as possible, which can be detrimental, this serves as an excellent example for the rest of us.

The fact that she is taking the time to recover properly and then coming back is something that is beneficial for all of us, according to the source. “We can all learn from that.”

Despite the fact that the source claims that the matter “does sound serious,” they anticipate that she will “bounce back.”

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It was on Christmas that the Princess of Wales made her final appearance in public. She joined other members of the royal family in their annual practice of walking to church and meeting members of the public who had congregated outside after the ceremony.

Just a few hours after Kensington Palace broke the news about Princess Kate’s operation, Buckingham Palace made the announcement that King Charles had “sought treatment for an enlarged prostate.”

Friday marked the day when the King, who is 75 years old, was taken to The London Clinic, which is also the location where Princess Kate was treated. Prior to completing his surgery, the King paid a visit to his daughter-in-law.

It has been established that the King’s operation was finished later in the day, and that the patient is doing well following the procedure.

A brief update was provided to the well-wishers who had gathered outside the London hospital when Queen Camilla, who is 76 years old, exited the facility on Friday evening.


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