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Kate Middleton, Prince William ‘sugarcoated’ cancer news to Louis — had ‘difficult conversation’ with George and Charlotte

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been undergoing chemotherapy treatment after doctors discovered cancer during her planned abdominal surgery in January.It’s understood that the royal decided to share the news with the world that particular day as it was before her and William’s three children, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, left school for Easter break.And with Louis being significantly younger than his siblings, the pair no doubt approached the situation in a less straight-forward manner.“I’m sure it was a very difficult and very different conversation between children,” Grant Harrold, who worked for Charles for seven years when he was the Prince of Wales, exclusively told The Post. “For instance, for Louis I’m sure the conversation was more sugarcoated than it was with George and Charlotte.”“The older children can understand more, so I’d imagine it was a little more frank but undoubtedly staying positive, which is so important,” he explained.“That’s why when you now look at the picture of Kate with her three children, it brings a tear to your eye.

For any mother to have that conversation is huge and you can imagine Charlotte and George are going to be good supports for her.”Harrold noted that with Louis being so young, it’s fair to assume that he “probably doesn’t understand too much” about his mother’s condition.“It’s a tricky one,” he tells us. “I’m sure the children will be handling it as any kids would be expected to handle it, but I think their parents are very good at being calm and collected, and I think that will rub off on the children.”The Post has reached out to Kensington Palace for comment.As Middleton undergoes treatment, her parents, Michael, 74, and Carole Middleton, 69, are stepping in to support their.

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