Kate Middleton back home after successful surgery: What's next for the Duchess?
Recently, the media has been awash with details about the health of the members of the British royal family. Based on earlier information from the Palace, King Charles III was hospitalized last Friday. The latest updates suggest that the king might stay at the hospital longer than expected.
Duchess Kate's Hospital Stay
Similarly, King Charles III's daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton, spent the last few weeks in the hospital. According to a statement released by Kensington Palace on Monday, the Duchess was in a renowned London clinic for a "planned abdominal surgery". The Palace confirmed the procedure was successful and added that Prince William's wife would recuperate for approximately two weeks in the hospital before resuming her recovery at home. Despite minor differences with recent British tabloid reports, it's anticipated she will return to her royal duties after Easter.
Update on Duchess Kate's Surgery
On Monday, Kensington Palace issued a comforting statement for the royal family's fans. The Palace announced that Kate Middleton, also known as the Duchess of Cambridge, was discharged after a 13-day extended stay. The details of her hospital stay were shared through the royal family's official social media channels.
After returning home, the Duchess is reportedly feeling better. Both she and Prince William have expressed their gratitude towards the staff of the London Clinic, particularly the nurses who looked after her attentively. This information was confirmed in the statement published by Kensington Palace.