Breaking news: Queen Camilla breaks her silence on Kate Middleton after being diagnosed with cancer.

For several months, no one knew what was happening with Kate Middleton’s health. Since January, when she underwent abdominal surgery, Kensington Palace has provided only limited information. During royal duties, only Prince William has been sharing small fragments of information with the public.

King Charles and Queen Camilla have not said anything about this, but Kate mentioned last Friday that she has been diagnosed with cancer. No one knows the details of Kate’s cancer, and the palace stated that she wants to keep them private. The family also spent a lot of time together at Easter, spending several weeks at Anmer Hall in Sandringham.There has been a lot of attention on Kate Middleton after it was discovered that her Mother’s Day photo was faked. The good news is that Queen Camilla has already faced negative comments from both the public and the media. She and Kate Middleton have a very close relationship. Earlier this week, the Queen finally spoke about Kate Middleton for the first time since her cancer diagnosis. Although it’s a serious illness, Kate told her followers that she’s “doing well,” sitting on a bench in the garden at Windsor.

She handled it just like she does with her children. Kate Middleton’s full message read: “I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all directly for your kind words of support and patience as I continue to recover from surgery. The past few months have been very challenging for our family, but I have been fortunate to have had excellent medical care and the support of those around me. In January, I underwent a serious abdominal surgery in London. ‘At the time my situation was deemed non-cancerous.'”

The operation was successful. However, post-operation tests revealed that it was cancer. For this reason, my medical team suggested that I undergo preventive chemotherapy. I am now at the beginning of this treatment. Having William by my side has also been a great source of comfort and reassurance.Like love, support, and kindness that many of you have shown towards us. It means a lot to both of us. We hope you understand that our family needs time, space, and privacy as I complete my treatment. “My work has always brought me deep joy, and I look forward to returning when I can, but right now I need to focus on full recovery.”

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