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Kate Middleton ‘coma’ claims debunked by Palace



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The palace has firmly rejected speculations surrounding the severity of Kate Middleton’s recent health concerns. According to a source speaking to The Times in London, as reported by the Daily Beast, claims suggesting that the Princess of Wales’ life was in “great danger” have been unequivocally labeled as “completely fabricated.

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The source emphasized,  It’s utter nonsense. It’s essentially, entirely fabricated, and I’ll phrase it politely: it’s absolutely untrue.

These statements were prompted by assertions from Spanish journalist Concha Calleja, who asserted that the future Queen had undergone induced coma to safeguard her life. The palace source contested this, stating, “There was no effort made by that journalist to verify any of her claims with anyone within the household.”

After a 14-day stay at the London Clinic in Marylebone for abdominal surgery, Kate has been discharged. However, the palace’s reluctance to share specific details about the procedure has led to continued speculation about the princess’s current condition.

Currently, she is in the process of recovery, surrounded by Prince William and their three children – Prince George (10), Princess Charlotte (8), and Prince Louis (5) – at their residence in Windsor.


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