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Camilla gives update on Kate Middleton and makes promise following cancer diagnosis

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Queen Camilla has given an update on Kate Middleton's condition and made a promise after the princess' cancer diagnosis. The Queen broke her silence on the Princess of Wales and her battle with cancer, saying she knows Kate is "thrilled by all the kind wishes and support".During a visit to Shrewsbury today, Camilla, 76, met two young girls who had made posters for Kate.

They asked the Queen if she could pass them on to her.She assured the youngsters that she would give Kate their gifts and said: "I know that Catherine is thrilled by all the kind wishes and support."Kate bravely revealed last Friday that she is being treated for cancer in a heartfelt video.

She is currently undergoing chemotherapy that started in February. Join the Daily Record's WhatsApp community here and get the latest news sent straight to your messages. She was admitted to hospital on January 16 for "major abdominal surgery", which has been confirmed as successful.

At the time of her operation, it was believed that her condition was non-cancerous, as no tests had confirmed the presence of cancer, reports the Mirror.

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