ER Editor: We know these people are either likely arrested, or gone with actors put in their place. Suddenly there is a flurry of strange, mortality-related news about a handful of royals.
Not least is Kate Middleton, which UK online media have lately been fretting about because, allegedly, she was in hospital for at least 14 days for ‘abdominal surgery’, went back home, but wasn’t seen leaving the facility. Here’s a UK media sample from yesterday (below), following upon a Spanish media outlet saying she’d gone into a coma.
Here’s the Spanish media outlet reporting on it (browsers will translate) —
Concha Calleja, from ‘Fiesta’, against the British Royal House by Kate Middleton: “Something has gone wrong”
Notice that Kate was allegedly hospitalized on the 17th of the month. A few sharp people have noticed that there never seem to be updated photos of Kate looking like the middle-aged woman she is (42). (At this point, we’re actually thinking ‘woman’. There, we said it.) Then we get the ‘aged 10 years in 2’ photo. Is it even her?
The latest Charles news is below (we haven’t seen the real one in some time, with his swollen, pudgy fingers and red complexion – due to a heart condition?). But then there’s Fergie, too —
Twice within a year she’s had a different cancer diagnosis. At least, that’s the line being put out —
Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, shared on Sunday that she has been diagnosed with a malignant form of skin cancer, the Daily Caller reports. The tragic diagnosis was discovered while Ferguson was undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
“Following her diagnosis with an early form of breast cancer, Sarah, Duchess of York, has now been diagnosed with malignant melanoma,” said a spokesperson for Ferguson. “She is undergoing further investigations to ensure that this has been caught in the early stages too. Clearly, another diagnosis so soon after treatment for breast cancer has been distressing but the Duchess remains in good spirits,”
Additional details shared include that Ferguson was found to have several moles while undergoing reconstructive surgery in 2023 following a mastectomy. A biopsy performed found one of the moles to be cancerous.
And Prince Edward? This from GB News on January 31, 2024 —
Notice William gets a mention, too —
Buckingham Palace says the King “remains wholly positive about his treatment and looks forward to returning to full public duty as soon as possible”.
He will postpone his public engagements and it is expected other senior royals will help to stand in for him during his treatment.
No further details are being shared on the stage of cancer or a prognosis.
The King, 75, returned to London from Sandringham in Norfolk on Monday morning and the palace says he has commenced treatment as an outpatient.
Although he will pause his public events, the King will continue with his constitutional role as head of state, including paperwork and private meetings.
There is a constitutional mechanism for when the head of state is unable to carry out official duties – in that circumstance “counsellors of state” can be appointed to stand in for the monarch.
At present that includes Queen Camilla, Prince William, Princess Anne and Prince Edward, with Prince Harry and Prince Andrew no longer to be called on as non-working royals.
Prince William had also temporarily withdrawn from public engagements while he helped his wife Catherine, the Princess of Wales, as she recovered from “abdominal surgery”.
But it was announced earlier on Monday he would return to public duties later this week.
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