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Kate Middleton's team forced to issue statement after concern is raised about her whereabouts

Kate Middleton's team forced to issue statement after concern is raised about her whereabouts

Her team has said they'll only be providing 'significant updates'

Representatives for Kate Middleton have said they will only be providing 'significant updates' on her condition following her abdominal surgery in January.

According to Page Six, representatives for the Princess of Wales issued a statement saying she was 'doing well'.

They said: "Kensington Palace made it clear in January the timelines of the Princess’ recovery and we’d only be providing significant updates. That guidance stands."

Her husband Prince William has today returned to royal duties after withdrawing from a memorial service for his godfather two days ago for 'personal reasons'.

He visited the Western Marble Arch Synagogue where he was presented with a bouquet of flowers to give to his wife.

Kate Middleton went into hospital for abdominal surgery in January.
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The Princess of Wales went to the London Clinic for a planned operation on 16 January, and returned home to Windsor on 29 January.

She attended the same hospital where King Charles received treatment for an enlarged prostate, which led to him being diagnosed with cancer.

At the time a statement was released saying her abdominal surgery was successful and she was expected to remain in hospital for up to two weeks before continuing her recovery at home.

Kensington Palace said that they would only provide further updates 'when there is significant new information to share'.

However, Kate Middleton has not been seen in public and some of the British public have taken to engaging in the swirl of speculation which follows members of the royal family.

Prince William returned to royal duties today, and was presented with flowers for his wife.
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Certain people with a level of obsession with the royal family have thrown out all sorts of theories given the lack of concrete information, and it's a rabbit hole one would be best advised to stay out of.

Kate is not expected to return to royal duties until after Easter, so she may not make a public appearance until then.

According to the NHS in the aftermath of abdominal surgery it takes between two and three months before the patient feels comfortable moving around again, though recovery would be quicker in the event of keyhole surgery.

Both the Princess of Wales and King Charles were discharged on the same day, and while the exact condition Kate had surgery for has not been disclosed as she wished her personal medical information to remain private, it is not cancer-related.

For now it's going to be a case of waiting for an official statement and seeing her in public once again.

LADbible has contacted Buckingham Palace for comment.

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Topics: Kate Middleton, Royal Family, UK News