Kate Middleton could take part in traditional walk on Easter Sunday with Royal Family

By Staff

Kate could make her long-awaited return to royal duties this month on Easter Sunday, according to reports, after spending several weeks recovery from abdominal surgery

Kate, Princess of Wales, could take part in the Royal Family’s traditional walk on Easter Sunday, according to reports.

The mother-of-three underwent a planned abdominal operation in January, and Kensington Palace said afterwards that it would only be providing “significant updates” on her condition.

She hasn’t made any public appearances since Christmas and is not expected to return to frontline duties until after April 17 – when her three children have returned to school after Easter.

However, new reports have suggested Kate may in fact be seen with the royals at the annual church service for Easter Sunday on March 31, though the Palace has refused to be drawn on the speculation.

A palace source told the Daily Telegraph there had been “no confirmation either way” on whether Kate will be at the service. The Mirror contacted Kensington Palace for comment.

It comes after a royal source reportedly told The Sunday Times this weekend that Kate will finally address her absence when she is back to full health and feels “ready” to talk about it. They are said to have told the publication: “They are at their most open when out interacting with members of the public and I can see a world in which the princess might discuss her recovery out on engagements. If she was going to do it, that’s how she would do it.”

Last Easter, Kate wore a marine blue Catherine Walker coat and matching pill-box hat as she attended the St George’s Chapel at Windsor with Prince William and their three children. Prince Louis, attending the service for the first time, wore a suit jacket and light blue shorts. Kate stopped after the service to receive a posy from eight-year-old Samuel. She smiled at him and shook his hand before waving to the public as she left.

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