It has become known how Kate Middleton will work after being discharged from the hospital where she underwent abdominal surgery
On January 16, Kate Middleton was hospitalized for abdominal surgery. Representatives of the British royal family announced that the 42-year-old Princess of Wales would remain in the hospital for another week before being transferred to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor to recover from the surgery. Subsequently, she will gradually resume work, but remotely.
As a result, the public engagements of the wife of the primary heir to the British throne, Prince William, have been entirely suspended, presumably until Easter. Nevertheless, Catherine will commence other work "from bed" immediately after her discharge, as she remains "unwaveringly committed to duty," as reported by the Daily Mail.
According to sources, Kate Middleton is currently feeling well but has canceled all scheduled events. During his wife's treatment and recovery, Prince William has also adjusted his activities, significantly reducing them. Specifically, he canceled all his upcoming overseas trips. In addition to wanting to spend more time with his beloved, the prince also had to care for the children.
As known, George, Charlotte, and Louis do not have a nanny, so when Catherine is away from home, their father takes care of them, including taking them to and from school.
Despite Kate Middleton's hope to return to work promptly, royal insiders reveal that she prioritizes her family. Therefore, after her discharge from the hospital, she plans to dedicate time to her children and husband before attending to her individual duties.
It's worth noting that after news broke about Kate Middleton's hospitalization and surgery, numerous rumors, including suspicions of the princess having cancer, circulated online. This speculation has already been debunked. All the details can be found in the article.
As reported earlier by OBOZ.UA, King Charles III of Great Britain is also hospitalized. According to Buckingham Palace, this is related to the treatment of an enlarged prostate gland. The 75-year-old monarch will undergo a "corrective procedure" in the hospital.