Kate Middleton42 years old, is outside the London hospital where underwent abdominal surgeryconfirmed Kensington Palace in a declaration on Monday, January 29. “The Princess of Wales has returned to her home in Windsor to continue her recovery from surgery,” the palace said in a message shared on Instagram. “She’s making good progress.”
“The prince and princess would like to say a huge thank you to the entire team at The London Clinic, especially the dedicated nursing staff, for the care provided,” the statement continued. “The Wales family remains grateful for the good wishes they have received from around the world.”
Kate spent almost two weeks in hospital after undergoing the “planned” procedure on January 16. mother of three He is not expected to resume public duties until after Easter on March 31.
Kensington Palace issued the first official statement on the Wale’s princess‘ surgery on January 17. “The surgery was successful and she is expected to remain in the hospital for ten to fourteen days, before returning home to continue her recovery,” the statement read. The palace also emphasized Kate’s desire to have privacy from the public eye during this time.
“The Princess of Wales appreciates the interest this statement will generate. “She hopes the public understands her desire to maintain as much normality as possible for her children and her desire for her personal medical information to remain private,” the statement continued. “The Princess of Wales would like to apologize to all those affected for having to postpone her upcoming engagements. She hopes to reintegrate as many as possible, as soon as possible.”
the wife of Prince William He decided to keep his surgery private at first compared to his father-in-law, King Charles III75 years old, whose enlarged prostate surgery It was announced publicly on January 17. A source said PEOPLE that the royals thought “it was sensible to be more open” about Charles’s health, as “people might have thought the worst.” On January 26, Charles’ wife, queen camillaHe revealed that he “feels fine” upon leaving the hospital where the monarch was subjected to the “corrective procedure.”