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Royal family shares first statement after Kate Middleton's 'appearance'

Royal family reacts to Kate Middleton's 'first photo and appearance' in its own way

By Web Desk
March 05, 2024
Royal family shares first post after Kate Middletons appearance
Royal family shares first post after Kate Middleton's 'appearance'

The Buckingham Palace has released its first statement since Princess Kate's 'public appearance and photos' went viral on Monday.

The royal family's social media accounts have shared photos and details about Duke of Kent Prince Edward's latest outing and royal engagement.

However, the palace turned a deaf ear to fans' demands of releasing a statement about Kate's latest 'appearance and photos' alongside her mom Carole Middleton.

In a surprising move, the royal family shared pictures of the Duke of Kent as he attended a service of thanksgiving to celebrate the Royal National Lifeboat Institution’s 200th anniversary at Westminster Abbey.

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The photos were captioned: "The Duke of Kent has attended a special Service of Thanksgiving at@WAbbey, as the@RNLI celebrates 200 years of saving lives at sea.

"Since being founded in 1824, the charity's crews and lifeguards have saved nearly 150,000 lives."

The royal family's post comes hours after media outlets shared the photos of Princess Kate's first public appearance since her abdominal surgery.

In the photos, Kate is said to be seen sitting in passenger seat alongside her mother Carol Middleton. However, Kensington Palace or any other royal family's social media accounts have not confirmed the Princess of Wales's outing and photos.