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Kate Middleton’s Privacy Compromised as King Charles Records Remain Intact

Amidst concerns over privacy breaches at The London Clinic, it has been revealed that while Kate Middleton’s medical records were compromised, King Charles’s remained untouched during their concurrent hospitalizations earlier this year.

The Princess of Wales, admitted to The London Clinic in February for abdominal surgery, found herself at the center of a security breach when hospital staff attempted to access her medical reports without authorization.

mirror.co.uk has confirmed that despite sharing the same hospital space, King Charles, who was undergoing prostate treatment at the time, was spared from any security breaches regarding his medical records.

In response to the breach, the CEO of The London Clinic issued a statement emphasizing their commitment to patient confidentiality, stating, “There is no place at our hospital for those who intentionally breach the trust of any of our patients or colleagues.”

While investigations into the security breach are underway, sources suggest that the case may involve both the Information Commissioner’s Office (IOC) and law enforcement agencies.

A source explained, “This is such a unique case that a police investigation could run alongside one by the Information Commissioner’s Office.

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The IOC will deal with anything as a criminal matter which could end up in a Magistrate’s Court, but if there were further claims of wrongdoing such as a conspiracy to distribute illegally accessed information, then that could be a matter for the police.”

As the investigation unfolds, questions arise regarding the extent of the breach and potential repercussions for those involved in compromising Kate Middleton’s privacy. Meanwhile, King Charles remains unaffected, his medical records remaining intact amidst the unfolding scandal at The London Clinic.

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