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The Princess of Wales was released from the London Clinic in Marylebone on January 16 after a 14-day stay following scheduled abdominal surgery.

The 41-year-old will continue her recovery at her home in Windsor, with many people helping to nurse the princess back to health.

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Aside from her husband Prince William and her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, one person who will be key to helping Princess Kate in the coming months is her personal assistant and friend, Natasha Archer.

Ms Archer, who is also a mother herself, began working for Princess Kate in 2007 and has helped with many of her milestone events, including the birth of her three children.

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Natasha’s main role is Kate’s PA, but in recent years she has been known to help Kate as a “style consultant”.

In 2014, the late Queen was rumored to have asked Kate to look more “regal” during her tour of Australia and New Zealand.

Thanks to Natasha’s help, Kate was able to fulfill the requests of the late Queen and is now known as one of the most stylish women in the world.

Natasha is also married to photographer Chris Jackson.

In July 2013, the day after Prince George was born, Natasha was seen arriving at the Lindo Wing with a baby car seat and a bag of clothes.

A source previously spoke about Kate’s close relationship with Natasha.

A source said the couple “get on very well. He has always supported and advised Kate – and [then-]Duchess loves Natasha’s style.

“So it seems like a definite match. Natasha helped Kate pick out an outfit for the tour.”

Natasha, who welcomed her second child in 2022, accompanied Princess Kate on a six-hour tour of Bhutan in 2016.

Ms Archer’s commitment to the royal family, especially Kate, was rewarded in 2019.

Natasha was made a Member of the Royal Victorian Order by Prince William in a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

According to a January 17 statement from Kensington Palace, Princess Kate is not expected to return to royal duties until “after Easter”.

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