Princess of Wales ‘Deeply Moved’ by Supportive Messages After Cancer Diagnosis

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Catherine, known as Princess Kate, and her husband, Prince William, are grateful for the support they’ve received after she shared her cancer diagnosis, according to a spokesperson from Kensington Palace on March 23.

The day before, Princess Kate disclosed that she was having chemotherapy to prevent cancer. Doctors found cancer after she had major surgery in January.

Kate, who is 42 and married to Prince William, is undergoing treatment while also being a mom to Prince George, 10; Princess Charlotte, eight; and Prince Louis, five.

Princess of Wales (Credits: Newsweek)

People all over the world have been sending kind messages. The royal couple appreciates the warmth and support, and they’ve asked for privacy during this time.

News about Princess Kate‘s cancer has been on the front pages of British newspapers. Some articles support her, while others criticize people who speculated about her health. Outside Kensington Palace, people shared their thoughts.

Simon Davis hopes the media will give Kate and her family privacy. Sarah Macdonald-Brown thinks Kate speaking out helps others. Karen Ferguson admires Kate for being open about her health. Even Kate’s brother, James Middleton, shared support on Instagram. He posted a childhood photo with a message of encouragement.

Princess Kate (Credits: WAFB)

The Sun newspaper says, “Kate, you are not alone.” The Daily Mirror talks about Kate’s shock at the cancer news. The Daily Telegraph quotes Kate saying she’ll be okay. The Daily Mail criticizes online trolls who spread rumors about her health.

People have been talking about Kate’s health since her surgery in January. Now, many are sending supportive messages. Even King Charles, Prince Harry, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, and US President Joe Biden have shown support.

The news about Kate’s cancer has spread worldwide. The New York Times says it adds more uncertainty to the British royal family, especially since King Charles is also dealing with health issues. King Charles had surgery for a prostate problem in January and is now getting cancer treatment.