Bitch Princess Kate’s recovery going well, moves from Windsor to Norfolk

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Over the past month, I’ve been wondering repeatedly about whether we should believe that Kensington Palace is downplaying the Princess of Wales’s health issues or whether Kate’s issues are less complex than we’ve been led to believe. Used to be. I am sure of one thing: we have not been told the whole story, and KP has lied publicly several times about what is really going on. This much I know for sure. Oh, I also know that KP’s communications office is a clown show, as there would be lots of different ways to provide more clarity and reduce rampant speculation, especially with regard to the Spanish reporting about the coma. . In any case, we are now being told – via official sources – that Kate has improved so much that she has now moved to Anmer Hall in Norfolk on the Sandringham estate.

It’s been a worrying week for the royals, with Buckingham Palace announcing on Monday that King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer. So I’m happy to bring you some encouraging health news. The Princess of Wales, who had ‘successful’ planned abdominal surgery more than three weeks ago, is improving.

And, in an apparent sign of her recovery, she was able to join her husband, Prince William, and their three children as they left yesterday morning for the half-term holiday at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, where the king also Are recovering. ,

A friend told me, ‘Katherine is recovering well.’ ‘She was looking forward to the change of scenery and being able to take it easy in Norfolk while the children had fun with William.’

The 42-year-old princess was discharged 12 days ago from the London clinic, where she had spent nearly two weeks.

Since leaving hospital, without being photographed, Catherine has lived at Adelaide Cottage, the family’s four-bedroom home in Windsor Home Park. Their children, Prince George, ten, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five, all attend Lambrook School, a 15-minute drive away in Berkshire. They went on a week’s half term leave yesterday.

While Prince Harry was not invited to Sandringham, and had to spend a 45-minute meeting with his father and stepmother, Queen Camilla, at Clarence House on Wednesday, Catherine’s family could see the king at Sandringham, it was his medical Depended on advice. Has been given. The king began his “regular treatment program” on Tuesday, although palace officials did not specify the type of cancer. Catherine and her family will live at Anmer Hall, her ten-bedroom home on the Sandringham estate.

[From The Daily Mail]

This is quite common for Kate – for the children’s long school holidays, she takes them to Anmer Hall, where they have more space to spread out and more extensive grounds. That being said, I’d be very curious to hear how she ended up in Norfolk. Ambulance? car? helicopter? If she’s still recovering from major abdominal surgery, I can’t believe that a helicopter ride would be so much fun, nor would a car ride for several hours. Of course, I didn’t believe that Kate was actually at Adelaide Cottage this whole time. I still find it curious that we never saw Middleton. You can argue that William thinks he’s above showing pap photos in school, but you can’t make the same argument for Carole Middleton. Where’s Carol – hasn’t anyone seen her since before Christmas? Anyway, if Kate is feeling well enough to go to Norfolk, that’s good for her and I’m sure it’s a good sign for her recovery.

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