Kate Middleton’s abdominal surgery recovery could take nine months, doctor claims

Kate Middleton is finally home from her stomach surgery. There have been few reports regarding her well-being, but Kensington Palace says she is “making good progress.”

According to preliminary indications, the Princess of Wales will not return to her customary duties until after Easter. However, an expert in abdominal surgery has now issued troubling news, stating that she may take longer to heal completely.

On Monday, January 29, Kensington Palace announced that Kate Middleton would finally leave The London Clinic and reconnect with her husband and children at their Windsor home. The princess is claimed to be doing well and will continue to recover at home, not returning to royal duty until after Easter.

Kate Middleton back home from surgery

“The Princess of Wales has returned home to Windsor to continue her recovery from surgery. She is making good progress,” Kensington Palace said in a statement Monday.

“The Prince and Princess wish to say a huge thank you to the entire team at The London Clinic, especially the dedicated nursing staff, for the care they have provided,” the palace said in a statement shared with HuffPost. “The Wales family continues to be grateful for the well wishes they have received from around the world.”

She will now stay at her Windsor home, Adelaide Cottage, to recover and won’t be returning to royal duties before Easter.

Kate and the palace decided to share the news that she had undergone abdominal surgery, but more details were kept private.

Meanwhile, reports about what really had happened flooded the internet. One report from journalist Concha Calleja stated that Kate’s life was in “great danger,” which the journalist shared on the program Fiesta. Moreover, Calleja claimed that “practically an entire hospital” was set up in Kate and William’s home for the recovery period.

However, the news was nothing but false, a palace source told The Times.

“It’s total nonsense,” the source said.” No attempt was made by that journalist to fact-check anything that she said with anyone in the household. It’s fundamentally, totally made-up, and I’ll use polite English here: it’s absolutely not the case.”

Royal expert issues warning to Kate

For Kate, recovering at home, far away from reporters, cameras, and photographers, and with his family close by, is the best possible outcome. Meanwhile, she is said to continue doing royal work from bed, which she has already done at the hospital.

However, staying at Adelaide Cottage might not be the best regarding her health. At least that is what royal correspondent Michael Cole is claiming.

Speaking with GB News, the expert claimed that recovering at Adelaide Cottage is the best option for Kate, as she will be close to her family. However, because it’s rumored to be very cold inside, it may hinder her recovery.

“It’s not an absolutely ideal place. A former tenant of Adelaide Cottage was Mrs. Rosemary Townsend, the wife of Group Captain Peter Townsend, who famously had an affair with Princess Margaret,” Michael Cole said just a day after Kate’s surgery was announced.

“And Mrs. Rosemary Townsend wrote in her memoirs that it was the coldest place she’d ever encountered in the whole of her life. So maybe not the best place to start feeling better, particularly in this quite cold winter that we’re enjoying at the moment.”