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Kate Middleton delivers 'very subtle message' to relax worried fans

Kate Middleton seemingly takes major risk to ease fans suffering

By Web Desk
March 05, 2024
Kate Middleton delivers very subtle message to relax worried fans
Kate Middleton delivers 'very subtle message' to relax worried fans

Prince William's wife Kate Middleton has seemingly relaxed her die hard fans with her latest move, according to a royal expert.

The Princess of Wales has delivered a "very subtle message" as she appeared for the first time since her abdominal surgery, Michael Cole has claimed.

Cole, on GB News, claimed the royals were keen to put rumours regarding the future Queen's health to an end and her outing could have been a deliberate attempt to do just that.

The expert was sharing his thoughts on Kate's viral photo in which she's seen near Windsor Castle on Monday in the passenger seat of a car.

The commentator believes that the photo was taken during a school run as he claimed: "It would have been a very brilliant way of scotching all the vile rumours that have been going around about her".

"I’ve said that it would have been a good idea for Kensington Palace to be as candid as it could be when she went into hospital and to actually give some sort of guidance about her condition or even where she is now.

“Maybe somebody was listening and that little expedition yesterday, knowing that there would be somebody around with the camera, might have snapped her. Maybe this was a very subtle way of scotching those rumours.”

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Bev Turner, host of the show, rallied against the idea that rumours being spread about the future Queen’s health are "vile", arguing they are "funny" and shows the "brilliant British sense of humour".

Cole argued there has been a lot of misinformation spreading online, saying "some of it was really nasty about her medical condition".

He added: "Some of it was saying that she had been put into an induced coma and so on and so forth. Of course Kensington Palace had to come out and say that it was totally ludicrous and nonsense."