Kate Middleton Denies Coma Rumors After Successful Surgery

Kate Middleton dismisses false coma reports post-surgery, emphasizing privacy. Palace denies rumors, highlighting successful recovery.

  • Kate Middleton recently underwent planned abdominal surgery at The London Clinic.
  • Concha Calleja, a journalist on a Spanish news program, falsely claimed Kate was in a coma due to complications.
  • The journalist reported serious complications and claimed an induced coma was necessary.
  • A palace source vehemently denied the claims, calling them “total nonsense” and “fundamentally, totally made-up.”
  • Kensington Palace had announced the successful surgery, which was noncancerous, and a two-week hospital stay for recovery.
  • Kate returned home to Windsor after 13 days at The London Clinic.
  • The Princess of Wales is expected to resume royal duties after Easter.
  • Kate’s desire for privacy regarding her medical information was emphasized in the palace’s statement.
  • Prince William is taking time away from royal duty to support Kate during her recovery.
  • King Charles underwent a medical procedure for an enlarged prostate around the same time.
  • Both Charles and Kate exhibited a more open and personal handling of their health matters.
  • The public’s right to know was acknowledged, but the importance of privacy in personal matters was emphasized.
  • The handling of these personal and delicate matters reflects an adaptation to the changing times.
  • Updates on Kate’s progress will be provided by Kensington Palace when there is significant new information.

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