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Speculation Surrounds Kate Middleton’s Prolonged Absence Following Surgery

Speculation Surrounds Kate Middleton's Prolonged Absence Following Surgery

The absence of Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, from public life since December has ignited a flurry of speculation and rumors online, with social media users delving into various theories about the UK royal’s health and well-being.

According to official statements from Kensington Palace, the 42-year-old royal underwent a planned abdominal surgery in January and has been recuperating at home ever since. However, despite assurances from the palace regarding the success of the procedure, concerns and conjectures continue to swirl.

Initially, the Palace announced on January 17 that Kate Middleton would spend 10 to 14 days in the hospital following the surgery before returning home for further recovery. Yet, her prolonged absence has fueled speculation, ranging from genuine concern to outlandish conspiracy theories, with one prevalent notion suggesting that the royal experienced complications during the surgery, leading to her being placed in an induced coma.

Spanish TV show host and journalist Concha Calleja notably claimed that Kate Middleton had been intubated and placed in a coma following the procedure, stating, “The decision was to put her in an induced coma. They had to intubate her. It was about saving her life.” Despite these claims being dismissed as rumors by sources close to Buckingham Palace, they have continued to circulate widely, further perpetuating speculation about the royal’s condition.

The absence of Kate Middleton has been particularly conspicuous, with her husband, Prince William, attending events and engagements alone, prompting further scrutiny from royal watchers and social media users alike. Memes and discussions about the royal’s “missing” status have flooded social media platforms, reflecting the public’s keen interest in her well-being.

While Kensington Palace has assured the public that Kate Middleton will resume her public duties after Easter next month, local UK media reports suggest that her complete recovery may take up to nine months. However, Buckingham Palace has yet to disclose the precise nature of the surgery, adding to the intrigue surrounding the situation.

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