Kate Middleton would have been in a coma; Kensington Palace denies


Kensington Palace had to, once again, deny “nonsense” about Kate Middleton’s abdominal surgery carried out on January 16th. Recently, Spanish journalist Concha Calleja revealed on a television program that the Princess of Wales faced “great risk” to her life after the operation.

At the Spanish attraction Fiesta, Calleja announced that Kate experienced problems after the surgery, which was the reason for such a long post-operative period. “The doctors had to make drastic decisions at that moment because of the complications that arose,” said the writer of a book about Princess Diana.

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According to the author, the Princess of Wales had to be placed in a medically induced coma: “They had to intubate her. There were serious complications that they didn’t expect because the operation went well, but the post-operative period didn’t go so well.” It is worth remembering that Kate spent 10 days in the hospital, and will only return to official duties after Easter.

The journalist stated that due to this “great danger”, an “entire hospital” had to be set up in the Princess of Wales’s home in order to help her in the recovery process. Kate is married to Prince William, heir to the British throne, with whom she has three children, George, Charlotte and Louis, aged 10, 8 and 5, respectively.

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Kate Middleton stayed in hospital for 10 days

In light of the allegations made by Concha Calleja, the British portal The Times contacted Kensington Palace, which refuted the rumors. One source maintained that the writer lied. “It’s complete nonsense. This journalist made no attempt to fact-check what she said with anyone in the house. It’s completely invented”, highlighted the informant.

Palace denied cancer treatment

When it was reported that Kate Middleton had undergone abdominal surgery, one of the speculations involved cancer removal. Buckingham Palace had to deny the buzz about the future Queen Consort having the disease. Until now, details of the reason for the operation have not been revealed. The Princess of Wales left the hospital last Monday (29/1).

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Kensington Palace denied that Kate’s life was at risk

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