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Kate Middleton name omission from website raises doubt royal duty return

Kate Middleton took a break from royal duties after her abdominal surgery

Javeria Ahmed

Kate Middleton name omission from website raises doubt royal duty return

Kate Middleton took a break from royal duties after her abdominal surgery

Kate Middleton name omission from website raises doubt royal duty return
Kate Middleton name omission from website raises doubt royal duty return

Kate Middleton's name has been conspicuously removed from the official army website that previously indicated her close return to royal duties following her recent surgery.

Earlier, the Princess of Wales’ name was listed on the official army website as conducting the annual review of soldiers at the Horse Guards Parade in London on June 8.

It gave hopes of a return to royal duties following her abdominal surgery on January 16 at the annual event.

The event will involve 1,400 soldiers and is a forerunner to the Trooping the Colour parade the following weekend.

Read also: Kate Middleton steps out after 2 months following major abdominal surgery

But on Tuesday, the office at Kensington Palace said her team was not consulted regarding her participation, and Kate's name has subsequently been taken down from the website where tickets for the event are being sold.

Princess Kate's name was on the list initially as conducting the review on June 8 in her capacity as honorary Colonel of the Irish Guards.

The event occurs one week prior to the Trooping the Colour parade which delivers homage to King Charles.

However, the royal fans showed their immense concerns related to Kate’s health, but her latest outing on Monday with her mother, Carole Middleton brought an air of satisfaction.

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