Prince William’s 7-word update on Kate Middleton tells us all we need to know about the princess’ recovery

Besides his hectic work schedule, Prince William is also quite busy taking care of the kids, doing the runs to school, taking them to activities after school, as well as doing the evening shift alongside the family nanny, Maria Teresa Burallo, who has been with the family since the birth of Prince George. With Kate still recuperating following the planned abdominal surgery and King Charles receiving weekly treatments for his cancer, William needs to step up and attend even more royal duties than before. He, however, is experiencing some hard time having to balance between his work and his private life, according to royal expert Angela Levin. On top of that, his brother Harry was in Britain, and as we all know the relationship between the two is still a rocky one. The royal expert said that William “got used to Harry being rude, unkind and attacking his wife.”

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“It’s very hard for him. He doesn’t want to have anything to do with Harry at the moment, and you can’t blame him. Because he’s been so rude and told untruths about both William and Catherine,” Angela Levin told GB News. “I don’t know how you completely can change that. It’s difficult, isn’t it? It’s difficult to completely turn over a relationship and forget all the past. I don’t think people can do that.”

Isabel Webster, the host of the GB News show, said she believed the Prince could feel “lonely” at this time.

“This is somebody who’s estranged from his brother, he lost his mother in tragic circumstances, recently lost his granny, who was one of the few who understood the responsibility he faces,” she said. “And one of his uncles is disgraced; now his father and wife are both unwell.” Levin responded: “Harry said to me when I was writing his biography that he and William couldn’t be closer, we trust each other totally. We are together. We have the most amazing relationship because we’ve had the same experiences, terrible, difficult experiences. But now that’s not the case.”

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On Wednesday night, Prince William attended London’s Air Ambulance Charity Gala Dinner. There, he held a speech and thanked everyone for their kind wishes regarding both his wife as well as his father, King Charles, who was diagnosed with cancer on Monday. “Good evening everyone. Thank you all for being here. And thank you to those whose hard work has made this evening possible. I’d like to take this opportunity to say thank you, also, for the kind messages of support for Catherine and for my father, especially in recent days. It means a great deal to us all. It’s fair to say the past few weeks have had a rather ‘medical’ focus. So I thought I’d come to an air ambulance function to get away from it all,” William said. Earlier that day, the Prince of Wales held an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle, where he handed out more than 50 honors. Among the recipients was Patricia Sprouse who later took to LinkedIn to share the news of her honor. In her post, she revealed some details regarding Kate and the much-needed help she gets. “What an amazing experience, the castle was just breathtaking, everyone was so lovely to us as we were just in awe of everything,” Sprouse wrote on LinkedIn. “Prince William said that Catherine had two Filipino nurses looking after her and they were amazing and kind.”


The good thing is that Kate could travel to Anmer Hall, which many saw as a good sign when it comes to her recovery.

“One of the great beauties of Norfolk is that it is so accessible from London. Of course, if you’re royal, you can get anywhere quicker than most – and sometimes they probably use a helicopter – but even by car, it’s only a couple of hours, and that makes it so much easier than getting to Balmoral,” former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond told OK! Magazine. “Windsor is lovely, and they have a beautiful house, of course. But it’s also on the Heathrow flight path, and that can be very intrusive. William and Kate find all they want as a family in the wide open spaces that Norfolk offers.” Bond added, “I think it’s very encouraging that Kate has been well enough to make the trip to Sandringham. It shows that she is making a steady recovery. Also, the change will probably be most welcome… the same four walls must get a bit tedious when you are recuperating as she is.”

LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 18: Prince William, Prince of Wales arrives at the 2024 EE BAFTA Film Awards at The Royal Festival Hall on February 18, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Scott Garfitt/Getty Images for BAFTA)

On Sunday, William walked the BAFTA Film Awards red carpet at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall without his wife by his side. He was greeted on the red carpet by Elaine Bedell, the chief executive of the Southbank Centre. William gave her an update on how his wife was doing, and his words were touching. As per OK! Magazine, William said, “I’m sorry Catherine’s not here; she does love the BAFTAs.” Asked if he had seen the nominated movies, the Prince answered, “No, I’ve done the fewest I’ve ever done this year, annoyingly. I’ve had other things on my mind. It’s been a bit like… but hopefully, I’ll catch up.”

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Now matter how busy William is, reports are that he would not let his brother Harry help with any of the royal duties, although Harry allegedly offered to step in while he’s father is being treated for the cancer. “Whatever has been discussed between William and the King is private, but it is absolutely and categorically clear that he (William) would not allow Harry to return. He thought it was a bad idea at the time and he’s even more clear now,” a source said of the meeting between William and Charles which took place at Sandringham last week. “If anyone is going to take on more duties, it will be William, and that isn’t even on the agenda for now. His main focus is on his father’s health, his family and what is best for the monarchy. There is a zero per cent chance Harry is coming back in any capacity.” Please SHARE this article with your family and friends on Facebook.

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