Revealed when Kate Middleton goes public: No one wants to pressure her

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After it was reported that Kate, 42, was "excited" about her taskforce's recent report, there was confusion over whether and when she would return to work. But sources close to the Princess of Wales have revealed when she will return to work.

Kensington Palace released a statement stressing that news of Kate's task force "should not be seen as a sign that the Princess of Wales is returning to work." It is said that the princess, at this stage, will only return to her duties when her team of medical professionals give her the 'green light'.

The palace is not the only one to share news about Kate. Speaking to the editor of The Daily Mail and royal expert Richard Eden, friends close to her say she is "getting better" but is unlikely to be seen by the public until the UK autumn.

"Friends I've spoken to over the past few days suggest we may not see Catherine again until the fall – and then only if she makes a full recovery," Eden said.

Elsewhere, a source was quoted as saying “Nobody wants to pressure Catherine. The only thing that matters right now is that she gets better. She went through an ordeal this year."

To recall, Kate announced in March that she was undergoing treatment after doctors diagnosed her with cancer, following her abdominal surgery in January at the London Clinic.

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