Doctor Says KATE MIDDLETON May Not Be Able To “Move Around Normally” For Months After Surgery

Kate Middleton underwent abdominal surgery at a private London hospital, according to Kensington Palace. While the operation was successful, she will remain in the hospital for 10 to 14 days and is unlikely to return to her royal duties until after Easter. The surgery has raised concerns about her health, with fans expressing their well-wishes.

Experts suggest that Kate’s extended hospital stay could indicate a more challenging recovery ahead. Dr. Deborah Lee explains that post-abdominal surgery, most patients stay for four to seven days, and it can take two months or more to return to normal mobility.

Prince William will take on more responsibilities, caring for their three children, with the help of their longtime babysitter, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. Kate’s previous surgeries and her discomfort with hospitals are also mentioned.

While the exact reason for the surgery remains private, Kate’s health is of concern, and she will need time to recover fully. We all wish her a speedy recovery.