Princess of Wales Undergoes Successful Planned Abdominal Surgery; Recovery Expected to Last Up to Three Months

The Princess of Wales, Catherine, has undergone planned abdominal surgery, according to a statement released by Kensington Palace. The surgery was successful, and Catherine is expected to remain in the hospital for a recovery period of 10 to 14 days before returning home. She will not engage in any public duties during her recovery, which may take up to three months. Despite her previous good health and fitness, this development has come as a surprise. The statement also emphasized the royal family’s desire for privacy during this time, especially concerning their children.

  • The Princess of Wales was admitted to the London Clinic for planned abdominal surgery.
  • The surgery was successful, and she is expected to remain hospitalized for 10 to 14 days.
  • Post-surgery recovery is anticipated to take up to three months, during which she will not perform public duties.
  • Catherine’s health condition leading to the surgery was not disclosed, but it was stated to be non-cancerous.
  • Prior to this, the Princess had been hospitalized only due to pregnancy-related sickness.
  • The royal family requests privacy, particularly for the well-being of their children.
  • Planned international travel and public engagements for the royal couple are expected to be postponed.
  • Prince William will also reduce his schedule to spend time with his wife and children during her recovery.

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