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Kate Middleton's heartbroken mum Carole's despair laid bare over shock cancer news

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Kate Middleton's "desperately upset" mother Carole will 'need reassurance' after watching her beloved daughter publicly reveal her cancer diagnosis according to a royal expert.The Princess of Wales shocked the nation on Friday evening when she bravely announced in a televised video message that she had been diagnosed with a form of cancer.Doctors discovered the disease was present in the future Queen when she underwent postoperative tests following her major abdominal surgery earlier this year.The 42-year-old is now undergoing preventative chemotherapy with the help of an 'amazing' medical team, the Mirror reports.Kate, who is believed to have filmed the message in Windsor on Wednesday has been applauded by King Charles for her 'courage' as she bravely told others affected by cancer 'you are not alone.'Sitting on an outdoor bench surrounded by a backdrop of blooming daffodils, Kate said: "This of course came as a huge shock, and William and I have been doing everything we can to process and manage this privately for the sake of our young family."Royal expert Jennie Bond has now urged the public to extend its sympathies to Kate's heart broken mother Carole Middleton who has been forced to watch on while frenzied conspiracy theorists came up with cruel claims about her daughter online, all while knowing the reality of Kate's ill health.Bond, the BBC's former royal correspondent, told The Mirror: "We should also spare a thought for another mother in this Carole Middleton. "Catherine may be 42, but she is still Carole's little girl, and to watch her go through this and withstand the bullying pressure to explain must have been desperately upsetting." Kate and her mother are known to share a close relationship and sources say

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