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Journalist who revealed Kate Middleton's serious health condition explains why the Royal Family denies it

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The mystery of Kate Middleton‘s scheduled, but surprising, abdominal surgery has captivated readers around the world as everyone wonders just what is going on, and a journalist thinks he has the answer for the intense secrecy.

Secrecy around the Royal Family isn’t exactly a surprise, it’s there to maintain the enigma of them as impartial bodies above day to day life but with the transparency of King Charles III’s prostate surgery, Middleton’s privacy comes across as unusual.

Speaking to Fiesta, the Spanish journalist Concha Calleja has claimed that the Dutchess of Cambridge was placed into a coma during a post-op period but she has quickly been slammed by the Royal Family, who rubbished her claims as “total nonsense”.

“It’s total nonsense,” a source told The Times of London. “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.”

Calleja won’t let it rest

But despite being discredited by Buckingham Palace, Calleja has decided that she’s got more to say.

Instead of offering new information, she doubled down on the suggestion that Middleton needed to be placed into a coma by The London Clinic.

“I still have tremendous confidence in my source,” Calleja added to Fiesta, again. “And I still stand by everything I’ve said, despite the regrets.

“I have touched nerves, and nerve always hurts, and that is what has happened. There has not been a single statement denying this, not a single one. I trust my source.”

Why did Middleton undergo surgery?

Middleton underwent a scheduled surgery at The London Clinic on January 17 that was targeted at her abdominal region and was said to be non-cancerous. She will continue her royal duties in a limited capacity from home and will return to her full duties after Easter.

Early speculation is that she had a procedure aimed to open another acid tract in her stomach to prevent recurring acid refluxes caused by her three pregnancies.

And a second suggested that she had a hysterectomy to remove the uterus after producing three heirs to William‘s eventual throne, securing the future of the Royal Family.

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