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BBC Strictly's Amy Dowden speaks out on Kate Middleton's cancer news in emotional message

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Strictly Come Dancing's Amy Dowden has shared that the news of Kate Middleton's cancer battle has really affected her in a heartfelt message.

Amy, who is a professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing, was deeply moved by the news that the Princess of Wales, is fighting cancer - especially as she herself has recently battled the disease.

Amy, who is 33 and from Wales, had to put her own life on pause last May when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.This meant she had to step back from her role as a main dancer on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing to focus on her treatment.

Just last month, Amy made her fans' day when she announced that doctors couldn't find any trace of cancer after months of tough treatment - but she also reminded everyone that it would still be five years before she could officially be given the all-clear.

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