Prince William and Princess Kate arrive for the Easter service with their three children last yearPhoto: © YUI MOK

Princess Kate ‘setting up a plan’ to make surprise official appearance earlier than planned return date

The Princess of Wales is thinking about making an unexpected, much earlier than expected, official appearance during this week.

Although Catherine has stated that she won’t be returning to her official royal duties until after her children’s Easter break, it is now believed that she will attend her family’s customary Easter Sunday service in Windsor.


The Princess of Wales’ reappearance on Sunday would be ‘the baby steps of her reintroduction to royal duties’


The hosts of A Right Royal Podcast, Andrea Caamano and Emily Nash from HELLO!, speak with Russell Myers from The Daily Mirror about Catherine’s future plans in this week’s episode. He disclosed that there is “a distinct possibility” that she will attend St George’s Chapel on Easter Sunday along with the other members of the royal family, and we’ll probably run into her on the walk to church.

It’s not an engagement where the focus will be entirely on her; rather, it’s a stage-managed event. He refers to the possible appearance as “the baby steps of her reintroduction to royal duties” and notes that she wouldn’t have to speak.

Russell also discloses that Prince William and Catherine have sought guidance on how to handle her comeback to the spotlight from both their current team and their reliable former employees.

He claims, “They’re depending on them for guidance and support.” And it makes sense, given that they’ve been stranded in the midst of this enormous storm. They haven’t responded to it all that well.

Emily and Russell discuss the couple’s emotions after learning of the various conspiracies surrounding Catherine’s health and absence from royal duties in another scene of the episode. They also discuss why the Prince of Wales must have found this to be “very triggering.”

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Kate with Prince Louis attends the Easter church service at St George’s in Windsor last year
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The 42-year-old Princess of Wales announced on Friday via a video message that she was receiving cancer treatment after having abdominal surgery in January. When Princess Catherine arrived alone, some people questioned why her 41-year-old husband hadn’t accompanied her.

A palace source told PEOPLE, “It is a message from the princess about her health, and she wanted to personally deliver the message on her own.”

According to the insider, Princess Catherine stated emphatically that her spouse has been “supporting her throughout.”


The Princess has taken time to digest her health news
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“William is extremely proud of his wife for the courage and strength she has shown not just this week but since her surgery in January,” according to a source. “Now more than ever, he’s focused on ensuring his wife has the privacy she needs to fully recover and that his children are shielded from the understandable interest in the news that has been shared.”

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