Princess Kate Is Back! Future Queen Is 'Feeling Good' and 'Looks Forward' to Public Return After Cancer Diagnosis

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The Princess of Wales could return to royal duties on Easter Day 2024.

Mar. 22 2024, Published 2:27 p.m. ET

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"#WheresKate?" is likely in its final hurrah on social media as Kate, Princess of Wales, is set to make her return to public life, possibly on Easter Sunday. Sources close to the future queen claim that HRH is "feeling good" in the final stages of her recovery from abdominal surgery, and has been "seen regularly" taking her children to school. This is despite her recent shocking revelation that she has been battling cancer.

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The Princess of Wales has not been seen fully in public since Christmas Day 2023.

Her Royal Highness' spokesperson told an outlet that she is keeping up with her Shaping Us early childhood project, and stated: "The Princess has been kept updated throughout the process."

As The Royal Observer previously reported, the news comes amid recent suggestions that staff at the London Clinic where the princess had her operation on January 16, were allegedly caught trying to access her private medical records. The claim was that those involved wanted to sell the private information to media agencies for "ridiculously lucrative prices." One royal insider shared how this kind of behavior was reminiscent of 'Diana's darkest days in the mid-90s."

The Princess of Wales has withheld what caused her abdominal procedure ever since it was announced that she had the operation. Over the last two months, this has created a "media frenzy" and kicked off a "wave of outrageous conspiracy theories about the princess," many of which have went viral multiple times.

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Kate, Princess of Wales, had a major operation on her abdomen on January 16, 2024.

On Reddit, multiple threads have claimed HRH had a "full bowel resection brought on by years of bulimia nervosa," which Princess Diana also suffered from. Some have claimed the future queen is "having to wear a colostomy bag" due to the alleged operation, and this is why she refuses to appear in public. Others claim Kate had a "hysterectomy gone wrong" and caught a major infection that put her in the hospital's ICU department, while even more claimed she had cancer before her admission of this insidious disease on Friday, March 22.

The queen consort-in-waiting's notorious Mother's Day photo released on March 10, "added fuel to the raging inferno" of conspiracies building about the royal.

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Catherine, Princess of Wales at a St. Patrick's Day military review in 2019.

This led to reports that suggested HRH had been "thrown under the bus" by her and Prince William's team of advisors at Kensington Palace. The future courtiers to William and Kate have been labeled as "disgraceful" due to apparently allowing the next queen to take to social media and "fully take the blame."

"I'm just so sad and sort of frustrated about the whole thing because I feel so sorry for Catherine," royal expert Richard Eden dished. "Essentially, she's been under so much pressure from people saying 'We want a photo, we want to know how she is, tell us how she is.' And she finally issues this photograph, it's taken by Prince William — they make that clear when they issue the photograph."

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The Princess of Wales is still expected to resume royal duties 'after Easter.'

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The Daily Beast reported on the insider revelations.

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