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Gwyneth Paltrow, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Olivia Munn react to Kate Middleton’s cancer news: ‘The world is with you’

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Kate Middleton’s shock cancer diagnoses.The Princess of Wales, 42, revealed the heartbreaking news in a video message Friday, saying she is now undergoing chemotherapy.

Following the announcement, a slew of stars took to social media to send their love and support to the British royal, including Oscar winner Catherine Zeta-Jones. “Wales and the World is with you ♥️ HRH Princess of Wales.

Love to you always,” the Welsh-born “Chicago” actress wrote on Instagram.Gwyneth Paltrow also sent her well-wishes in a sweet message shared on the princess’s official Instagram page. “A pillar of grace and strength!

Sending love,” the “Shakespeare In Love” star penned.Meanwhile, actress and fellow cancer sufferer Olivia Munn praised the princess for her bravery in a post published on Instagram. “Thank you for showing what it’s like to fight with grace and determination for yourself and for your family.

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