On Christmas Day, a beaming Princess Kate, 42, walked to church with her family. After that, she was not seen in public.
Two weeks ago, news came of her admission to the hospital. Kensington Palace confirmed that she will undergo surgery in the stomach area.
The Princess was admitted to the exclusive London Clinic in Marylebone, a private hospital where safety and medical expertise are paramount. The mother of three underwent surgery the day before Al Qalaa announced the news.
Kensington Palace will only update her health when there is important new information to share, the press release said.
Now she is out of the hospital and back home. But the hospital stay must have been more dramatic than the royal house gives the impression.
In the Spanish press It is full of rumors about Kate's condition.
– Doctors were forced to make radical decisions due to the complications that arose. The decision was to place her in an artificial coma. There were serious complications. Although the operation was successful, the post-operative phase did not go smoothly, as journalist Concha Calleja says in the program. “Eid” on Telecinco TV channel.
There is a lot he doesn't know about Operation Princess. The official statement issued by the court came 14 days ago and was few in detail.
Even now that she has been released from hospital, Castle will not be revealing details about the operation, other than that she has now been discharged and will likely be on sick leave until after Easter.
The day after her surgery, they shared the following message:
Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales was admitted to hospital yesterday to undergo abdominal surgery. The surgery was successful and she is expected to remain in hospital for ten to fourteen days before returning home to continue her recovery. In accordance with current medical advice, she is unlikely to resume public duties until after Easter. The court wrote without mentioning any specific illness.
– When they made this statement, the operation had already been completed. Behind the scenes, there was a lot of discussion about what statement they should make now. Calleja adds: “The truth about what happened is difficult to know, unless the recovery period did not go as it should.”
-But was the Princess of Wales's life in danger? I was asked.
– Her life was in great danger. In fact, the royal family's interest was huge, and it was about saving lives, she said on the TV show that aired before Kate was discharged from hospital. Her claims are Quoted by several Spanish media.
On the other hand, the British press remained silent.
Concha Calleja believes Kate will need a lot of help in her recovery period after being discharged from hospital, and says that “a hospital will almost be set up at home.”
Many Britons are showing their concern for the princess. She had previously been healthy and fit – except when she was pregnant with her eldest son, Prince George (10 years old). At that time she had to be hospitalized because she was suffering from severe morning sickness.
According to sources in the castle, she does not suffer from cancer, but they will not say anything more specific.
As a result, speculation is running high among anxious Britons, both face-to-face and on social media at least. Concerns were also expressed on William and Kate's Instagram account, where the statement about her hospital stay was posted.
“It must be very serious for her to be hospitalized for 14 days,” one wrote.
In the British media, no one has yet speculated about the possible cause of the operation, or its subsequent complications.
– It is not safe or polite to speculate about private health-related matters. But it's normal to have anxiety about the woman who will one day become our queen, says Dr. Martin Scurr daily Mail.
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