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Kate Middleton in never seen before snap as 80s star sends love after cancer news

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Kate Middleton has been flooded with messages of support since she bravely revealed her cancer diagnosis to the world on Friday evening.Among those sending their love to the Princess of Wales is 80s pop star and actor Martin Kemp who has shared a never-before-seen family snap on Instagram of Kate alongside him, his wife Shirlie and their kids, Roman Kemp and Harley Moon.The mum-of-three posed for the photo alongside the family of four when she visited them at their Hertfordshire home last year to film a video alongside radio presenter Roman for her early years campaign, Shaping Us.

In the picture, all five of them are seen smiling for the camera as mum Shirlie holds the family dog, the Mirror reports. Martin wrote as he shared the photo: "Sending so much Kemp love to the Princess of Wales and all her Family."Kate teamed up with the former Capital presenter after he starred in a hard-hitting documentary which explored the male suicide crisis following the death of his close friend and colleague Joe Lyons.After it aired on the BBC, Kate got in touch and they agreed to meet at his family home to make a video for her campaign.In the video, the pair sat down to chat over tea while Roman spoke about his childhood as he recognised that bringing up children can be "so difficult" due to the cost of living and the financial difficulties facing many.Kate told him: "Absolutely.

And this is the thing, every family is different - and the pressures that we all face are different."While raising the importance of early childhood, this isn't about putting extra pressure on families, it's actually saying they need the support and help reprioritising family life, home life and all that it takes in raising children today because it is tough.

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