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Kate Middleton is anticipated to extend her recovery period and remain absent from public duties until at least Easter following a recent abdominal surgery. The Duchess of Cambridge underwent major surgery at The London Clinic, prompting expectations of a temporary withdrawal from her royal responsibilities.

Upon her return home, Kate is expected to engage in minimal administrative work for the charities she supports, with a particular focus on her commitment to “Shaping Us” and early years initiatives, according to a source cited by The Telegraph.

During her recovery, Prince William, her husband, is reportedly set to step in and take on the responsibilities of handling the school runs for their three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

While the specific details of the Duchess’s health condition have not been disclosed, a statement confirmed that the ailment is non-cancerous. The royal family, dealing with health challenges, faces additional concerns as Buckingham Palace announced that King Charles is scheduled for surgery to address an enlarged prostate.

The developments underscore a period of health-related challenges within the royal family and highlight the importance of supportive roles and adjustments in duties to ensure the smooth functioning of their commitments. As Kate focuses on her recovery, Prince William’s involvement in familial and royal responsibilities becomes crucial during this time.

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