Close friend breaks silence on Kate Middleton’s recuperation after surgery

Kate Middleton’s long hospital stay following her planned abdominal surgery left many worried. It raised the question of whether the surgery was indeed a planned one or not. The Palace hasn’t released any further details, and speculations are still circulating within the media, but what’s most important is that the beloved Princess is now taking her time to recuperate in the comfort of her home. After leaving the hospital, Kate returned home at Adelaide Cottage at the Windsor grounds, the home the Prince and Princess of Wales moved in recently. The place, which was built in 1831 for Queen Adelaide, the wife of King William IV, has a long royal history. SEE MORE BELOW:

Many royals resided there over the years, and the Adelaide Cottage went under complete renovation in 2015.

It is said that before ended up living at Frogmore Cottage while residing in Britain, Harry and Meghan also considered choosing Adelaide Cottage as their home.

According to royal reporter Victoria Murphy, William and Kate preferred a move to Adelaide Cottage because it “allows William and Kate the opportunity to offer their children a more rural upbringing away from central London and the hustle and bustle of Kensington Palace, which is a popular tourist attraction.” Another reason was that the place had already been renovated. Kate and William decided not to have staff live there. But some believe that spending her time at Adelaide Cottage right after being discharged from the hospital isn’t the best idea. The reason why is that the place is said to be rather cold.

“It’s not an absolutely ideal place. A former tenant of Adelaide Cottage was Mrs. Rosemary Townsend, the wife of Group Captain Peter Townsend, who famously had an affair with Princess Margaret,” royal correspondent Michael Cole told GB News just a day after Kate’s surgery was announced. One of Kate’s friends who spoke to the media and said the Princess is “on the mend,” shared that she would be splitting her time between Adelaide Cottage and the royal estate of Sandringham. “Catherine is recovering well,” the source told Daily Mail. “She was looking forward to a change of scene and will be able to take it easy in Norfolk while the children let off steam with William.”

Sandringham is also the place where King Charles, who is currently receiving treatment for cancer, finds his peace and quiet.

After London, where he is being treated, he returns to Sandringham. “And [Mrs. Rosemary Townsend] wrote in her memoirs that it was the coldest place she’d ever encountered in the whole of her life. So maybe not the best place to start feeling better, particularly in this quite cold winter that we’re enjoying at the moment.” We wish both Princess Kate and King Charles the best of luck on their path to complete recovery. Please SHARE this article with your family and friends on Facebook.

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