Kate Middleton demonstrated remarkable dedication as reports emerged that she is diligently working from her bed after her surgery.
The Princess of Wales came back to her residence in Windsor this week, concluding a two-week hospitalization after undergoing abdominal surgery.
Kensington Palace anticipates that she will not resume her official duties until Easter, allowing her sufficient time to recover from the medical procedure.
Nevertheless, according to a palace insider, Kate is actively engaged in organizing commitments and coordinating with her team," indicating her readiness for a quick retrieval to public engagements.
They told US Weekly: "Kate will still be healing for several weeks but is already eager to get back to work."
A different source affirmed that the Princess of Wales is expected to fully recover, emphasizing that she requires both time and privacy to concentrate on her well-being.
They said, "It does sound serious with the length of time [she’s taking].
The insider shared, "But she is in great hands and will have lots of care and support at home and is a fit young woman. I am sure she will bounce back."
They commended Kate for being mindful not to push herself too hard and for making an effort to resume work only when truly warranted.
"It is sensible to take the time. That is a great example to the rest of us, as you’re often told to get back to work as soon as possible, which can be damaging," they said.
For the unversed, Kensington Palace declared Kate's homecoming on January 29, as stated, "The Princess of Wales has returned home to Windsor to continue her recovery from surgery. She is making good progress.
It added, "The Prince and Princess wish to say a huge thank you to the entire team at The London Clinic, especially the dedicated nursing staff, for the care they have provided.”
The statement concluded, "The Wales family continues to be grateful for the well wishes they have received from around the world."