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

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

The Princess of Wales, who was once front and center with husband Prince William at royal engagements, “may never be back in the role that people have seen her in before,” the insider said. Us Weekly Tuesday.

The source added that she is currently “re-evaluating what she can take when she returns” after undergoing preventative chemotherapy for cancer.

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

Page Six reached out to Kensington Palace for comment, but they did not immediately hear back.

The report comes after a source said Daily beast that she must not appear in public as a working royal until the end of 2024.

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

The royal family has been tight-lipped about her health as conspiracy theories about her well-being, allegations of cheating and speculation of a divorce have been rife.

She clarified on March 22 when she revealed that her absence was due to a recent cancer diagnosis. She did not reveal what type of cancer she has.

“It’s obviously been a huge shock and William and I have been doing everything we can to process it and sort it out privately for the good of our young family,” she said in a video filmed without the Prince of Wales, 41, present.

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

As Middleton remains out of the public eye, William returned to his royal duties in April and even gave a small update on her health when he responded to a fan who asked how she was doing.

“Yeah, we’re all good,” he replied.

Another hopeful report came out in May, when a friend of Middleton’s told Vanity Fair that she had “turned a corner” with her cancer diagnosis.

“It was a great relief that he was tolerating the medication and actually doing much better,” added the family friend.

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

The parade and celebrations are scheduled for June 15.

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

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

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