Kate Middleton will continue to oversee her royal work in hospital as she recovers from abdominal surgery. This is the news of the day. Admitted to the London Clinic since last Tuesday, the future queen is expected to be hospitalized for 10 to 14 days before returning home to continue her recovery, as stated by Kensington Palace. An official statement also highlights that Kate's goal during this period is to cause as little inconvenience as possible to children George, Charlotte and Louis. The Princess of Wales will likely need two to three months to fully recover and, based on current medical advice, she is not expected to return to official public duties until at least after Easter.
In any case, Palazzo insiders state that «will continue to work while she is at rest to recover from the surgery also to stimulate her recovery, even if priority will be given to the family, and then to daily commitments.” Kensington Palace, meanwhile, says that it will “provide updates on His Royal Highness' progress only when there is significant new information to share. The Princess of Wales would like to apologize to all concerned for having to postpone her upcoming engagements. She looks forward to reinstating as many of them as possible, as soon as possible.”
In the meantime, during this period between hospital and rest at home, William will not carry out official duties to be at his wife's side. Once she returns to Windsor, Kate Middleton will need to rest but, as we said, her work will continue, as reported by Times. In a normal situation, his days would have been made up of school appointments and real commitments, with a succession of meetings with his private office, charities or perhaps with the team of Royal Foundation.
In this period his staff have contacted Kate's 30 charities to postpone and reschedule commitments, while his assistant private secretary, Natalie Burrow, has declared that, together with William's private secretary, Jean-Christophe Gray, they will ensure in first person that the princess's work continues. Among Kate's most recent activities is promoting the campaign Shaping Up to raise public awareness of the importance of the first five years of a child's life.
Source: Vanity Fair
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