The Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, has left the London Clinic, following surgery and 13 nights of hospitalization. The princess had been hospitalized for almost two weeks due to a delicate abdominal surgery of an unspecified nature.
Kate will have to spend about three months of convalescence at rest. But how is the princess after leaving the London Clinic?
An official note released by Kensington Palace explained: "The Princess of Wales has returned home to Windsor to continue her recovery from surgery. She is making good progress. The Prince and Princess would like to say a huge thank you to the entire team at the London Clinic, in particular the dedicated nursing staff, for the care they provided. The Wales family continues to be grateful for the well wishes they have received from around the world. The return to Palace commitments will depend on the advice of the doctors."
Below you can read the statement shared by Kensington Palace through it X account:
A statement from Kensington Palace pic.twitter.com/DW6BOHuuRJ— The Prince and Princess of Wales (@KensingtonRoyal) January 29, 2024
"The Princess of Wales has returned home to Windsor"
Kate underwent abdominal surgery, but it is not clear what the causes that made the surgery necessary and there are many hypotheses put forward. There was talk of abdominal diastasis, hysterectomy, appendicitis, stones, diverticulitis and even cancer (a very remote hypothesis).
She will not be able to return to her official duties until at least Easter. Sources have revealed that Prince of Wales William will return to work once the Princess of Wales' treatment and recovery is sorted out.
But more importantly, it appears that Princess Kate's health condition when she left the London Clinic is encouraging, with her appearing to be recovering well from the serious surgery.