The Royal Family has broken its silence to deny claims that Kate Middleton was left in a coma amid her health battle. The most recent claims about the Princess are from Spanish journalist Concha Calleja, in the wake of the Princess of Wales being discharged.
Just one day before Kate was released from hospital, Calleja claimed that doctors were forced to take “quick action” as they were “saving her life”. The TV host, who made the claim on Fiesta, said she had “spoken to an aide from the royal household in a completely off-the-record manner”.
She said: “The decision was to put her in an induced coma. They had to intubate her. There were serious complications that they didn’t expect because the operation went well, but the postoperative period didn’t go so well.” She also claimed there was “practically an entire hospital is being set up” at Kate and Prince William’s home.
The mum-of-three will “possibly going to require a lot of assistance” and her stint in hospital saw her “begin to feel unwell, not for the first time.” After the brazen and unsubstantiated claims, Kensington Palace has strongly denied the allegations.