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Kate Middleton's health condition remains worrying according to a journalist: She is not progressing so favorably


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A week ago, Kate Middleton ventured out of her Windsor home for the first time since undergoing abdominal surgery in London, which had kept her hospitalized for two weeks. Amid the shroud of secrecy surrounding the specifics of her surgery and health condition, the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a change of scenery with her family, embarking on a vacation to the Sandringham estate. Meanwhile, King Charles III, recently diagnosed with cancer, was also present at the estate.

Accompanying Middleton were Prince William and their children, along with the Prince and Princess of Wales and their three kids, as reported by the Daily Mail. While British media noted an improvement in Middleton’s recovery during this getaway, recent revelations from royal expert Concha Calleja painted a less optimistic picture.

New revelations

In an update shared on Fiesta, Calleja indicated that Middleton‘s evolution wasn’t as favorable as the British royal house would prefer.

Although reports suggested improvement, the journalist highlighted a puzzling move by the royal household. On one hand, leaks indicated Middleton had hired a private secretary, implying normalcy at home; however, the absence of visual evidence raised questions.

“There has been a move by the British royal household that is not understood,” said journalist Aurelio Manzano.

“On the one hand they leak that Kate has hired a private secretary, to imply that she is at home doing things, but, on the other hand, we do not see an image. Until we see it, speculation will not stop.”

Calleja previously revealed that complications in the post-operative period had led doctors to induce Middleton into a coma.

Clarifying the severity of the situation, she emphasized that the princess was intentionally induced into a coma due to critical complications arising after the initially serious surgery.

“The operation was serious in itself,” Calleja noted.

“Afterwards, there were even more serious complications. And the doctors had to make a very quick decision, which was to induce her into a coma. And that was it. The princess did not go into a coma, she was induced.”

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