'She has got the best people looking after her': Gary Goldsmith gives update on Princess Kate's health

'She has got the best people looking after her': Gary Goldsmith gives update on Princess Kate's health

Gary Goldsmith appeared on Talking Pints with Nigel Farage

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Gabrielle Wilde

By Gabrielle Wilde

Published: 14/03/2024

- 21:23

Kate is currently recovering from a "planned abdominal operation"

The Princess of Wales's uncle Gary Goldsmith has said that Kate "has the best support on the planet" after royal fans have gotten increasingly concerned about her health.

In January the princess underwent a planned abdominal surgery at the London Clinic, but no other information was released about her procedure apart from that it was non-cancerous.

The public was informed that Kate would not be returning to official public duties until after Easter.

As Kate continued to recover, questions about her whereabouts began to circulate on social media leading the palace to reaffirm the princess’s recovery timeline.

Gary Goldsmith

Kate's uncle said that she has 'the best care' 

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Kensington Palace said: “We were very clear from the outset that the Princess of Wales was out until after Easter and Kensington Palace would only be providing updates when something was significant.”

Speaking to Nigel Farage on GB News, Goldsmith said: "I think she's got the best support infrastructure on the planet.

"She has got the best people looking after her. I just don't understand all this stuff at the moment."

Nigel Farage said: "Well, the photograph didn't help did it?"

Princess KatePrincess Kate is recovering from abdominal surgery PA

Goldsmith said: "When it came out I said there's not a chance in hell that Catherine would have photoshopped that herself. And then she says she did so my inside track went sideways there.

"What the obvious thing that I can see in the picture is that they are a beautiful family. And the smiles should have been the center stage not sleeve gate."

The Princess of Wales released a new photo taken by Prince William to mark Mother's Day, posing with their three children Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte.

However the photo failed to quash speculation about the Princess's health after eagle-eyed royal fans spotted editing mistakes within the image.

Princess Kate

Princess Kate apologised for "confusion" cause


Taking to social media, Princess Kate confirmed that she was the one who had edited the photo, and apologised for any "confusion" caused by the mistakes.

Kate wrote: "Like many amateur photographers, I do occasionally experiment with editing. I wanted to express my apologies for any confusion the family photograph we shared yesterday caused."

The Princess of Wales is expected to return to her royal duties after Easter.

Her husband, Prince William has taken a step back to help his wife and children but has attended a few events as well.

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