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Deborah James' parents send emotional message to Kate Middleton's family after cancer diagnosis

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The parents of the late Deborah James have sent a special message to Kate Middleton and her parents following the announcement that she has been diagnosed with cancer.

Heather and Alistair James have praised the Princess of Wales for her brave words which could encourage more people to get checked for cancer.They have shared that Kate's honest talk about her diagnosis will give hope to others battling cancer and their families.

Heather and Alistair's daughter Deborah was 40 when she sadly passed away in June 2022, after bravely battling Stage 4 bowel cancer for over five years.

And now, in an emotional message to Princess Kate they said: "We know if Deborah were here to send Kate a message, she would tell the Princess of Wales to hold on to rebellious hope." They said that Deborah was a firm believer in the power of hope, and given how many times she beat the odds to survive, rebellious hope became her mantra. "We have no doubt her positive mindset helped her keep going, and gave us five years of precious memories together," Deborah's parents added.

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