Kate Middleton's health: Buckingham Palace grapples with conspiracy theories amid extended absence

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Many royal watchers have a question on their minds: Where is Kate Middleton?

Kensington Palace announced on January 17 that the Princess of Wales would remain in a London hospital for two weeks following planned abdominal surgery. The 42-year-old is recovering at the family's Adelaide cottage in Windsor.

As the princess continues to recover, sites like X, formerly known as Twitter, and TikTok have been flooded with conspiracy theories, with users speculating about the royal's whereabouts and health condition. .

A spokesperson for Kensington Palace, which manages the home for the Prince and Princess of Wales, told Fox News Digital on Thursday: "Kensington Palace made clear the timeline for the Princess's recovery in January and we will only provide significant updates. "The guidance in January is that the Princess will be recuperating at home in Windsor."

Kinsey Scofield, host of the "Two Di for Daily" podcast, told Fox News Digital that when it comes to the mom of three's health, it's nobody's business.

"That's Catherine, Princess of Wales," argued Scofield. "We were clearly instructed not to make it available to the public until Easter, just a month away. These stupid campaigns. Someone might be motivated to do something stupid just for the sake of notoriety on social media. A life Get it. We'll see him after Easter."

Scofield shared, "If I were in Katherine's situation and had any excuse to disappear for a few weeks, I would take full advantage of it." "I will enjoy every moment. I would not wish my worst enemy the kind of scrutiny the Princess of Wales has to face... This woman married only for love."

Scofield said, "When it comes to health, death and grief...we don't owe these individuals anything, just let them be."

Scofield also revealed that Middleton's sister Pippa was spotted sunbathing in the Caribbean with her husband and their three children. Scofield said this means the royal's recovery is going as expected.

"Common sense dictates that Pippa Matthews would not be wandering around on the beach in her bathing suit if her sister were in a serious condition," Scofield said.

It is unclear why the princess needed abdominal surgery. While it is somewhat unusual for members of the royal family to release details about their health, the initial announcement was likely made to avoid speculation about whether events featuring the princess in the coming weeks would have to be postponed or canceled. Will have to do.

U.K. Following Middleton's surgery, journalist Concha Calleja alleged on the popular Spanish news program "Fiesta" that the princess was in a coma due to health complications, the Sunday Times reported.

"The complications that arose at that time required doctors to make difficult decisions," Calleja said, the outlet reported. "The decision was to put him in a coma. They had to intubate him. There were serious complications that they didn't expect because the operation went well, but the post-op period didn't go so well."

Shortly thereafter, a palace source strongly denied the report, calling it "complete nonsense."

“No effort was made to fact-check anything the reporter said to anyone in the house,” the source told the outlet. “This is fundamentally, completely made up, and I will use polite English here: that is simply not the case.”

Spokespeople for Kensington Palace and Calleja did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital's requests for comment.

Christopher Anderson, author of "The King," told Fox News Digital that the palace would benefit from being more transparent about Middleton's surgery.

"Any thinking person has to wonder what's going on at the House of Windsor," Anderson said. "William's decision not to attend the memorial service for King Constantine of Greece – his godfather and a man who was always very close to the English royal family – adds further fuel to the fire. It is obviously very worrying."

"It's hard to imagine that something more serious isn't happening," Anderson shared. "At any rate, that's how I feel, and I've been covering the royal family for 50 years."

1 comment:

  1. The decision was to put him in a coma. They had to intubate him. Him, HIM? I thought the article was about Her - Kate Middleton. Am I mistaken?


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