Kate Middleton will return to royal duty if this one condition is met, royal expert claims

Not only Britain but the entire world is eagerly anticipating the moment Kate Middleton would return to her royal duties.

Following her planned abdominal surgery which took place in mid-January of this year and required a hospital stay of 13 days and even longer recovery, Kate was initially expected to be out in public around Easter, with the Palace claiming she was doing fine, but that didn’t happen because the Princess of Wales disclosed with the public that she’s undergoing treatments for cancer. According to Kate herself, it was following her surgery that doctors found the presence of cancer after running tests.

Kate Middleton will return to royal duty if this one condition is met, royal expert claims

She hadn’t disclosed her condition with the public right away because she and William needed time to tell the news to their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

However, although she hasn’t been doing any public duties, Kate is said to be working from the comfort of her home.

At the time being, most of the royal engagements have been performed by William and Queen Camilla.

This summer, the royal family has a busy agenda. Major events include Trooping the Colour, a state banquet, the 80th anniversary of D-Day, and Garter Day. Kate usually attends these events, and it turns out that this year, King Charles did his best to find a suitable replacement for his beloved daughter-in-law.

As per the Daily Mail, Beatrice, Prince Andrew’s eldest daughter, is “looking forward to helping out.”

“They’ve got a busy diary coming up, and they need to widen the family at social events. You’ve got a whole week of Ascot. You have four garden parties. You’ve got Trooping the Colour, and you’ve got a state visit before you even start on other things,” the source said.

“I think Beatrice and Eugenie are adding support where they can. They’ve always been clear they’re non-royal, but they’re always there to help fulfill any duties required.”

It is apparent that King Charles sees his nieces as “sensible, lovely women” who could be a great asset for the royal family.

“They have been crying out for that royal glamour that has been missing during a time when his slimmed-down monarchy is in desperate need of bulking up,” the source concluded.

“Beatrice, in particular, has been desperate for her chance to shine. She was once shy, and her style was a little frumpy. But these days she’s ambitious, confident and fashionable. She looks great in photos.”

Despite the fact that she tries to stay out of the spotlight, the Princess of Wales is “excited” to be at the heart of the launch of a new project that could boost the UK economy by £45.5billion ($57 billion) a year. As per

The Daily Mirror, Kate’s Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood would release a report this week from eight British firms that would identify five areas where businesses can support children under five and their caregivers. It will also highlight the significant future benefits of investing in early childhood.

“The work of The Prince and Princess’ projects is ‘always on’…early childhood is a huge priority for The Princess, and so she has been kept fully updated throughout the development of the Taskforce’s work, and she has seen the report,” Kate Middleton’s spokesperson told the Daily Mail.

A senior royal aide told GB News: “The Princess of Wales was the driving force behind the business task force. She has been kept up to date since the inception of the task force, and she has read the report and been briefed on it.”

“This is a clear commitment she has made that throughout her life of public service that this will be focus. That will continue when she returns to work. But we have been really clear that she needs the space and the privacy to recover right now. She will return to work when she has had the green light from doctors.”

The Centre for Early Childhood, described as Kate Middleton’s “life’s work,” was founded in 2021.

Christian Guy, executive director of the early childhood center, told the newspaper: “This is another crucial moment for HRH’s early childhood work…its impact, and the work of her Centre for Early I know, having briefed The Princess on this, that she is enormously grateful to the members of the Taskforce who have made such fantastic progress on this work over the past year.”

Although working on this project “should not be seen” as Kate is back, as per GB News’ royal correspondent Cameron Walker, the news about this project is giving royal fans hope they would see Kate back at work in the near future.

Speaking on GB News, host Isabel Webster said: “It’s characteristically Catherine, isn’t it? To say she wasn’t doesn’t want to distract from this report by having people talking about her health. We should start probably by saying she said she’s not feeling well enough to come out and talk about this in public, but she is saying she’s watching it, keeping a close eye from behind closed doors.”

Cameron Walker added, “This should not be seen as a return to work by the Princess of Wales, but I have been told she’s read the report and has been briefed on it. But this will stem from her work from when she started being a working member of the Royal Family, where she was working closely with people suffering from addiction and mental health problems.”

“It’s a big task, isn’t it?” the royal correspondent concluded.

“That’s a lot of change that would need to happen. So it’s going to happen over a long period of time. The princess cannot lobby the government. She can’t be political. So I think she’s trying to encourage the private sector to do as much as they can in sport and create societal change.”

We wish Kate Middleton gets better and better with each passing day.

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