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March 7, 2024

Where is Kate Middleton?

Here in the United States, conservatives are asking where Melania is.

In the UK, they are asking a similar question.

Since it was announced that Kate Middleton was ill, she has barely been seen, and people want answers.

Nowhere to be Found

This question was already being asked, but it really got out of control after Kate was removed from a royal event.

Middleton was posted on the schedule of events to review the Trooping the Colour ceremony.

This is one of the events taking place to celebrate King Charles’ birthday.

When her name was removed, the rumors started to fly.

Considering the fact the event is not to take place until June 8, you can see why people are so curious about her name being removed from the program details.

Middleton had abdominal surgery on January 16, and she has not made a public appearance since.

It was noted, however, that the army did not seek approval for including Kate in its program from Kensington Palace, so this just may have been the army jumping the gun and being hopeful that Kate could oblige their request.

It is not helping that Prince William’s office is being coy with inquiries about Kate’s health.

When asked about the appearance, or lack thereof, his office responded by stating, "His focus is on his work and not on social media.”

For you royal fans, rest assured that Kate is not missing, dead, or locked up in some room in the palace.

She was spotted on Monday in a car with her mother, Carole, just outside of Windsor Castle.

To that point, Kensington Palace was a bit more direct in its response, stating, "Kensington Palace made it clear in January the timelines of the Princess’s recovery and we’d only be providing significant updates.

“The guidance in January stands that the Princess would be recuperating at home in Windsor."

We do not know why Kate was operated on, but we do know it was a very serious situation that arose rather quickly.

So, give her time to rest up, folks. As someone who has been under the knife several times, surgery can often take months, if not more than a year, to fully recover, so, barring complications, you guys will be able to get your Kate fix soon enough.

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