“Critical” warning from mental health expert to Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton is still healing from her January stomach surgery. There haven’t been many updates on her health, and aside from the announcement that she was discharged from the hospital a few weeks ago, Prince William has only made fleeting references to his wife’s condition when performing royal duties.

So far, it is known that Kate won’t return to her royal duties until after Easter. However, time will tell if her recuperation takes longer.

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She is being cautioned against going back into the spotlight too soon, despite the fact that we all know she is committed to her work and wants to return as soon as possible.

Kate was reunited with her and Wiliam’s children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, at Adelaide Cottage following a 13-day stay at The London Clinic. It was purportedly Late’s decision for the children to stay away from their mother throughout her hospital stay and instead communicate with each other over FaceTime.

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In a separate interview, the mental health specialist clarified that when the Princess of Wales resumes her royal duties, she “needs to strike a careful balance.”

When Kate resumes her royal duties, Cress stated, “it is crucial to address the topic of Kate’s potential engagements from a psychological standpoint.” Resuming employment following a time of recovery, especially following surgery, requires a careful balancing act between physical and mental well-being.

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It is likely that Kate will gradually return to her royal duties, prioritising those that align with her current state of health and energy. Psychologically, it’s imperative that Kate progressively reintegrates into her duties while retaining her sense of autonomy and control over her schedule.

The mental health specialist continued by saying that Kate would gain from having a lot of flexibility and that it could be a good idea for her to attend events that focus on topics she is most passionate about, including mental health issues.

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“Programmes focusing on mental health awareness or charitable endeavours that enable Kate to rekindle her passions and interests can serve as sources of fulfilment and motivation,” Sophie Cress added.

Given her position’s high profile, Kate’s healing process may also greatly benefit from social interaction-based activities.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – OCTOBER 13: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 24 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME) Catherine, Princess of Wales attends the 10th Anniversary Celebration of Coach Core at the Copper Box Arena on October 13, 2022 in London, England. Since it’s launch, in 2012 by the Royal Foundation in response to the London riots and to contribute to the legacy ideals of the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games, Coach Core has supported over 750 disadvantaged young people onto community sports coaching apprenticeships. (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)

Taking part in social activities can provide opportunities for connection, support, and validation—all of which are essential for maintaining psychological health.

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