The one detail during Kate Middleton’s hospital visit everyone missed, and we’re lost for words

Princess Kate, the Princess of Wales, has returned home to Adelaide Cottage for recovery after her abdominal surgery. Kensington Palace confirmed she is making good progress post-discharge from The London Clinic. While Prince William visited her regularly, their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, reportedly did not, instead staying in contact via FaceTime.

During Kate’s hospitalization and recovery, the family’s nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, has been instrumental in maintaining normalcy for the children. Employed since 2014 and trained at Norland College, Borrallo’s role has been especially vital, allowing William to balance his parental and royal duties.

Royal experts have commented on the family dynamics during this period. Richard Fitzwilliams noted the importance of Borrallo’s presence, praising her fit with the family and her significant role during Kate’s recovery.

Additionally, royal expert Daniela Elser raised concerns about the children not physically visiting their mother in the hospital, sparking discussion on the royal family’s decisions during challenging times.