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Palace angered by ‘made-up’ reports that Princess of Wales was in coma

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Palace officials are understood to be furious after false claims about the Princess of Wales’s health spread around the world after being made on a popular Spanish news programme.

An unfounded claim that the princess was in a coma was made on Fiesta, which has about 900,000 viewers and is hosted by the journalist Concha Calleja.

The seemingly authoritative claims, which came the day before Kate was released from hospital after abdominal surgery, quickly went viral.

The programme on Spanish television

Calleja, 59, claimed that the princess’s life “was in great danger” after the operation, and that doctors had to pull out all the stops to save her life. The journalist said that she had “spoken to an aide from the Royal Household in a completely off-the-record manner” who

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