According to a royal expert, Kate Middleton “may attend” events while undergoing cancer treatment

Following her stomach surgery in January, it was once anticipated that Kate Middleton would return to her royal duties around Easter. But when she was diagnosed with cancer in February and the news was made public in March, everything completely altered.

It is unknown when King Charles and the Princess of Wales will return to their royal duties; they are now receiving treatment for their individual diseases.

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According to reports, Kate continued to perform some royal duties while recovering in her hospital bed at the London Clinic.

Several weeks have passed since Kate Middleton’s cancer diagnosis was initially made public, so it’s unclear when she will resume her royal duties, but according to a royal expert, it may happen sooner than we think. It is definitely giving royal enthusiasts a great deal of hope.

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Kate Middleton disclosed that she is receiving “preventative chemotherapy” on March 22. Many royal admirers around the world were surprised to learn of the Prince and Princess of Wales’ cancer diagnosis, which was shared in a video on their social media accounts.

Even though we’re not entirely sure what will occur in the upcoming months, encouraging news is always welcome. Cameron Walker, the royal journalist for GB News, has now asserted that the Princess of Wales “may attend certain events” going forward, suggesting that her public reappearance may be closer than anybody could have predicted.


“The princess is currently receiving prophylactic chemotherapy due to her cancer diagnosis. According to people close to the princess, if she feels well and is eager to go, she might choose to attend particular events, Cameron Walker said.

Even the King had anticipatory grief, which is the knowledge that something is likely to happen and that it will be different when it occurs. This is because someone [who] understands grief.

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“But it just honestly depends on how her treatment goes,” the royal expert said in closing.

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