The Princess of Wales is Hospitalized – What Kate Wore

I have worrying news to share this morning; The following is a statement from Kensington Palace that has just been published.

Kensington Palace has told royal journalists that the condition is not cancerous. Below is the London Clinic in central London, where the Princess is being treated.

It is reported to be the largest private hospital in England. The Daily Mail reports, “The clinic first opened its doors in 1932 and its previous patients have included Prince Philip, Princess Margaret, actress Elizabeth Taylor and US President John F. Kennedy. Below, media at the hospital this afternoon.

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More about the role of Prince William through this daily mirror article.

It is understood that Prince William will reduce all public commitments while his wife is in hospital and immediately after she returns home after being discharged, as well as reducing his duties afterwards to support Kate and their children. The couple is not expected to take any international trips in the coming months.

And of The daily mail history.

Kate is close to her family, and her parents Carole and Michael Middleton and siblings Pippa Matthews and James Middleton will join and help support her recovery at the Wales home in Windsor.

Neither William nor Kate will travel internationally in the coming months.

The princess was admitted to the hospital yesterday and the surgery was today. More of Victoria Ward Telegraph coverage.

The princess was not rushed to hospital, the Telegraph can confirm.

Sources said it wasn’t something that developed over the weekend, suggesting it was planned for at least a few days, if not longer.

The last time we saw the princess was on Christmas Day.

January 9 was the Princess’s 42nd birthday. It is believed she celebrated the occasion with her family in Windsor. The Royal Family marked the occasion on social media with a previously unseen photograph of her coronation in May.

Yesterday there was a meeting of the Royal Foundation’s Early Childhood Business Working Group which the Princess did not attend; however, her participation may never have been planned for that meeting.

The timing is such that the Princess will not be able to attend events such as the BAFTA Awards and the annual Commonwealth Service. You may remember the articles I recently posted about two upcoming trips this spring. The Telegraph reports“Two short overseas tours planned for the coming weeks are believed to have been postponed.”

The only other time I remember the princess being hospitalized (aside from childbirth) was in December 2012, when she was treated for hyperemesis gravidarum, a life-threatening illness that affects pregnant women. On that occasion, she was treated at King Edward VII Hospital for four days. You see her with Prince William when she was released from the hospital in 2012.

When she is discharged from hospital, the princess is expected to recover at her home in Windsor. Here is the address for anyone interested in sending “get well” wishes or other sentiments to the Princess. (Clarence House handles the correspondence of the Prince and Princess of Wales.)

I’ll finish with a message from All on the Board, the duo who share messages on the boards seen in London tube stations. He The couple prefaced their statement.: “Sending our love and best wishes to HRH Catherine, Princess of Wales. We hope you get better soon. Take it easy while you recover and do your best to rest in bed.”

I will update the post with any additional developments and will make a decision on future posts depending on what we hear about the Princess’ situation. As for the comments on this post, please refrain from speculating about the Princess’s condition.

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