Kate Middleton ‘may never come back’ to her previous royal role after cancer treatment

Kate Middleton’s role within the British royal family may look a little different following her cancer diagnosis and treatment.

The Princess of Wales, who once stood at the forefront of royal engagements with her husband, Prince William, “may never return to the role people saw her in before”, an insider has said. We weekly Tuesday.

The source added that she is currently “re-evaluating what she may face upon her return” after undergoing preventative chemotherapy treatments for her cancer.

Additionally, royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams noted that when Middleton can return to her royal duties “it will be [based] on medical advice and will be carefully balanced.”

Page Six reached out to Kensington Palace for comment and did not immediately hear back.

The news comes after a source told the Daily beast who may not appear publicly as a working royal for the remainder of 2024.

Middleton, 42, has largely remained out of the public eye since January, when she underwent “scheduled” abdominal surgery, after which she was diagnosed with cancer.

The royal family remained silent about his health as conspiracy theories about his well-being, allegations of fraud and divorce speculation ran rampant.

He cleared the air on March 22 when he revealed that his absence was due to a recent cancer diagnosis. She has not disclosed what type of cancer she has.

“This has obviously come as a huge shock, and William and I have done everything we can to process and deal with this privately for the sake of our young family,” she said in a video recorded without the Prince of Wales, 41.

She and William have three children: Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 6.

Since Middleton remains out of the public eye, William returned to his royal duties in April and even provided a little update on his health when responding to a fan asking how he was doing.

“Yes, we are all fine,” he replied.

More promising news came out in May, with a friend of Middleton’s telling Vanity Fair that she had “turned the corner” with her cancer diagnosis.

“It was a great relief to know that he tolerates the drug and is actually doing much better,” the family friend added.

Despite the positive report, it’s unclear whether the mother of three will attend the British monarchy’s annual Trooping the Color celebrations.

The parade and celebrations are set for June 15.

She last attended an official royal outing at Sandringham on Christmas Day.

This story originally appeared in the New York Post and is reproduced with permission

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