Kate Middleton spotted in public for first time since abdominal surgery, claim onlookers

After 84 days of speculation and rumors, Kate Middleton has finally been spotted in public for the first time since her surgery in January.

The rumors reached a peak last week when a photo of Kate released for UK Mother’s Day was withdrawn by leading photo agencies due to concerns about manipulation. Kate herself later admitted to editing the picture, adding to the mystery surrounding her absence from public view.

Since Christmas, very little information had been provided about Kate’s condition following her “planned abdominal procedure” at the London Clinic in January. Initially, Kensington Palace stated that she would return to her royal duties after Easter, but no details were given about the nature of her surgery.

This lack of information led to widespread speculation and conspiracy theories online, ranging from plausible to absurd. The first sighting of Kate in 84 days may help dispel some of the more outlandish rumors.

According to reports, Kate was seen visiting her favorite farm shop over the weekend, just a mile from Adelaide Cottage in Windsor. Onlookers described her as happy, relaxed, and healthy as she browsed the shop with William. Witnesses were surprised and relieved to see her out and about, indicating that she appeared well enough to go shopping.

Kate’s absence from public view for several months, coupled with the Royal Family’s silence about her health, has fueled speculation about her condition.

Typically, it’s business as usual for The Firm, and the public is accustomed to being kept in the dark by the Royal Family whenever they wish to conceal something.

However, this time, the secrecy has arguably caused more harm than good, as royal fans worldwide are convinced that there is more to Kate’s condition than meets the eye.

Nevertheless, it’s undoubtedly reassuring to hear that the Princess is healthy enough to venture out of her home again after a concerning period of uncertainty.