Kate Middleton has departed Windsor for the first time following her stomach surgery. She is currently unable to undertake any royal duties until after Easter. According to a close friend, the 42-year-old Princess of Wales is “on the mend,” indicating a positive trajectory in her recovery.

Kate spent the majority of two weeks hospitalized at the London Clinic last month for an undisclosed operation. Despite rumors and speculation about the nature of her surgery, the future Queen of England has returned to her family home in Windsor, where she continues to recuperate away from the public eye.

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Kate Middleton plans to spend the half-term break with her family at the royal estate of Sandringham, according to a close friend. This update sheds light on her current health status. A friend of Catherine shared with the Daily Mail, “Catherine is recovering well.”

The woman looked forward to a change of scenery. In Norfolk, she could unwind while the children enjoyed themselves with William.

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Following the unexpected announcement of Kate’s abdominal surgery, there has been heightened speculation about her health. However, only limited details about her condition have been disclosed, with the royal family maintaining their typical reticence.

Confirmed information indicates that Kate spent 13 days in the hospital post-surgery. While Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis were unable to visit their mother during this period, Prince William remained by her side as much as possible.

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Reports from Spanish sources suggested that Kate had been placed in a coma due to complications in her recovery from surgery, causing heightened concern among the public. However, Kensington Palace swiftly refuted these claims. Despite this, the exact nature of Kate’s medical condition that necessitated surgery remains unclear.

Nonetheless, the news of Kate’s improved health, allowing her to travel between Windsor and Sandringham, will come as a relief to royal enthusiasts who have been closely monitoring her recovery.

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Additionally, it has been reported by the Daily Mail that King Charles is also at Sandringham, having recently commenced his first cancer treatment. Both the king and his daughter-in-law underwent hospital treatment around the same time for separate medical issues. While the Palace confirmed that Charles had been diagnosed with a form of cancer, specific details about the type and stage of the cancer were not disclosed, except that it is not prostate cancer.