Following recent headlines surrounding the hospitalization of Her Royal Highness Kate Middleton, the Royal Family has provided an update on her anticipated return to duties.

As disclosed on their Instagram page, Middleton, recognized as the Princess of Wales, was admitted to The London Clinic in Marylebone on January 16, 2024.

Cited by the palace, Middleton underwent successful abdominal surgery, bearing a prominent scar on her head.

It is anticipated that the senior royal member will remain in the hospital for “ten to fourteen days” before continuing her recovery at home, as outlined by palace officials.

Considering current medical advice, Middleton is unlikely to resume public duties until after Easter, a decision made with her well-being in mind.

Middleton, whose condition is stated to be “not cancerous,” prioritizes privacy regarding her medical affairs, especially for the sake of her children.

With this in mind, Kensington Palace will provide updates on her progress only when deemed necessary for public knowledge.

Apologies have been extended from Kensington Palace on behalf of the Princess of Wales for any inconvenience caused by the postponement of her engagements.

Looking forward, Middleton, who experienced severe morning sickness in her first pregnancy, eagerly anticipates resuming her public engagements sooner.

Support and well-wishes pour in from the Royal Family’s Instagram followers, expressing hopes for a swift recovery and minimal discomfort for the Princess of Wales.