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Kate Middleton issues her first major update on new project since cancer diagnosis

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Kate Middleton left many royal fans wondering if she was beginning a return to work this week as she shared a trailer for a new project to Instagram on Saturday in collaboration with Mental Health Week.The Prince and Princess of Wales' official Instagram account released a short film about the mental health challenges which the UK's farmers face, which starred Love Island's Will Young and saw the royals pledge to offer mental support to farmers in rural communities.This is the first project that Kate has been involved in since she revealed her cancer diagnosis, with the Princess taking time to recover following an abdominal surgery and to go through preventative chemotherapy.

Alongside the video, a caption read: "A conversation for #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek showing just how important the Duchy of Cornwall’s Mental Health Strategy is. "Sam and Will’s honest chat about farmers’ experiences with mental health highlights the positive outcomes that can be achieved with the right support, whatever form that might take.

A farmer or not, we hope that you’ll be able to take something from this film, Sam’s incredible story and his conversation with @farmer_will_."@wearefarmingminds is being supported by the Duchy Mental Health Strategy to expand, helping more people in rural communities to access the support they need." The move comes after Prince William provided an update on his wife, confirming that the princess is "doing well" while he was on a visit to a hospital on the Isles of Scilly.

During his trip to St Mary's Community Hospital, William was told about a new facility for health and social care that was being built near the hospital.

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her defiant return to the spotlight for the Trooping the Colour ceremony.The Princess of Wales, 42, looked stunning as she joined the royal family for the King’s birthday celebrations on the Buckingham Palace balcony to watch the royal flypast on Saturday.After her appearance at the annual event, the Prince and Princess of Wales shared a series of snaps from the ceremony on Instagram, thanking fans for “making it a day to remember.”The sweet post, which featured an image of Princess Catherine with her family on the balcony, received a sweet note of support from the Goop founder.“So happy to see you looking so happy and well❤️,” Paltrow wrote in the comments section.While the pair aren’t known to share a friendship, Paltrow is notably close pals with Meghan Markle.In May last year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly enjoyed a Michelin-star meal with Paltrow and her TV producer husband Brad Fulchuk.The A-listers were joined by Cameron Diaz and her husband Benji Madden.On Saturday, the Princess of Wales delighted fans by appearing alongside her husband, Prince William, and King Charles, to watch the traditional military flypast with her three children.After the Red Arrows shot past the palace, spraying the colors of the Union Jack flag behind them, Middleton and her family waved to the crowd below.Middleton appeared at the splashy military ceremony in honor of King Charles’ birthday after announcing Friday that she was currently well enough to attend.In an emotional letter, the mom of three admitted she has “good days and bad days” and is “not out of the woods” with the illness.“On those bad days you feel weak, tired and you have to give in to your body resting,” she wrote.