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Royal commentator Angela Levin expressed deep concern over Princess Kate’s hospitalization and the potential impact on the Royal Family. Discussing the matter on GB News with presenter Mark Dolan, Levin emphasized the worry surrounding the duration of Kate’s stay after abdominal surgery. She noted that Prince William’s decision to prioritize family over public duties, while commendable, adds to the overall concern.

Levin praised Prince William for his dedication to Kate and their children but highlighted the challenges of his absence from official engagements. The commentator underlined Kate’s strength and love for her family as crucial factors aiding in her recovery during this difficult time.

Reflecting on the Royal Family’s public image, Levin and Dolan acknowledged the high expectations placed on them to maintain a perfect image. Surgery, as Dolan noted, is not a trivial matter, emphasizing the seriousness of the situation, told Express News UK.

Kensington Palace released a statement on social media, revealing that the Princess of Wales, aged 42, underwent a planned procedure at The London Clinic for her abdominal condition. The palace conveyed Princess Kate’s apology for postponing upcoming engagements.

The London Clinic, established in 1932 and located in London’s medical hub, stands as one of the UK’s largest private hospitals, boasting an approximate cost of £80 million for its construction.

Buckingham Palace issued another statement announcing that King Charles would undergo hospitalization next week due to a benign enlarged prostate. Prince William and Queen Camilla are anticipated to adjust their schedules to support King Charles and Princess Kate during their recovery.

Both Prince William and Queen Camilla are expected to postpone public engagements temporarily, with Kate likely to resume public duties after Easter. The Palace maintained confidentiality on the specific nature of Princess Kate’s treatment but confirmed that her condition is non-cancerous.

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