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Concern over Kate Middleton's health: Something has gone wrong in the postoperative period


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Last Wednesday, Kate Middleton underwent abdominal surgery.

The surgery comes at a time when the British Royal Family is not going through a good time in terms of health. The King of the United Kingdom, Charles III, will also undergo surgery to have a benign tumor removed from his prostate.

Buckingham Palace announced the operation on Prince William‘s wife following the news about the King.

Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales was admitted to hospital yesterday for planned abdominal surgery. The surgery was successful and she is expected to remain in hospital for ten to fourteen days, before returning home to continue her recovery,” a statement read.

“Based on current medical advice, she is unlikely to return to public duties until after Easter. The Princess of Wales is grateful for the concern that this statement will generate.”

Concerns rise over Kate’s health

However, despite the planned nature of this surgery three days after the operation, the Telecinco program ‘Fiesta’ has given the latest update on Kate Middleton‘s condition.

Specifically, it has been the journalist Concha Calleja, who has revealed how the Princess of Wales is doing, with increased concerns over her recovery.

“I have spoken to an aide at the Royal Household and they assure me that something has gone wrong in the postoperative period. The situation is so serious that that is why they have decided to send these two statements,” Calleja alleged.

“The last time we saw her was at the Christmas lunch and from then on she began to feel unwell, Kate was admitted on 28 December and is in the hands of the doctors for several days.

“I believe that the Palace will issue a new communiqu in the next few days explaining better what is happening, the operation was serious in itself, lasting several hours and with a certain risk, a risk that did not occur on the operating table but in the postoperative period.”

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