"The Princess of Wales has returned home to Windsor to continue her recovery from her operation, and is 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 nursing staff, for their assistance provided. The Galles family continues to be grateful for the well wishes received from around the world."
With this statement shared on X, Kensington Palace shared the return home of Princess of Wales Kate Middleton, who left the London Clinic thirteen days after delicate abdominal surgery.
A statement from Kensington Palace pic.twitter.com/DW6BOHuuRJ— The Prince and Princess of Wales (@KensingtonRoyal) January 29, 2024
The princess left the hospital discreetly, without appearing in public or revealing any images. Kensington Palace said that the princess is improving, but the indication of a long, indefinite convalescence, during which she is expected to be absent from any official commitments regarding the Royal Family, is confirmed.
Princess Kate Middleton leaves hospital
The wife of heir to the British throne Prince of Wales William will spend her convalescence in a royal residence in Windsor, outside the city, more secluded than London.
Princess Kate Returns Home From Hospital.— The Royal Family Channel (@RoyalFamilyITNP) January 29, 2024
Her Royal Highness will now return to her home in Windsor to continue recovering. Kensington Palace said that the princess was making ‘good progress’. pic.twitter.com/Y876RstJrt
According to what was declared by the court at the beginning of her hospitalization, the Princess of Wales will remain at rest until at least after Easter, but the BBC today said that her recovery could last a few months of convalescence
Despite various hypotheses, there is no information on the operation to which Kte Middleton was subjected. The British media have ruled out the hypothesis that she could have cancer.
BREAKING: The Princess of Wales has returned home to Windsor after abdominal surgery, Kensington Palace has said.— Sky News (@SkyNews) January 29, 2024
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