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Kate Middleton becomes UK’s most popular royal after cancer announcement, overtakes King-to-be William: poll
prerecorded clip shared on March 22, the Princess of Wales revealed her health woes to the world, saying doctors discovered her cancer during a planned abdominal surgery in January.According to a British YouGov poll, the Princess, 42, has since become the nation’s most favored member of the royal family between February and April of this year.Back in February, before her diagnosis was known to the world, the Prince of Wales held a strong 77% rating as Britain’s most-liked royal, with his wife following closely in the second spot at 74%.But at the start of April, the mom of three’s rating increased in the days after her shock cancer announcement, boosting her popularity to 76%, with William’s sliding to 73%.What’s more, the third most-liked royal is William’s aunt, Princess Anne, who is known for stepping up to the task when the going gets tough.Anne, the Princess Royal, is liked by 71% of the UK population, proving just how popular she is.In fourth place is King Charles, who himself is currently battling cancer.The monarch, 75, holds a 63% popularity rating on his home soil, while his younger brother Prince Edward, the Duke of Edinburgh, sits at 54%.The King’s wife, Queen Camilla, follows behind with a 50% rating.As for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — the runaway royals — it seems as though the pair’s popularity plunged soon after they shut the door on royal life in 2020.The Duke of Sussex’s popularity rating sits at 31% as the “Suits” alum’s rating follows closely with 26%.Still, the pair are placed significantly higher than scandal-scarred Prince Andrew, whose woeful rating lands him in the bottom spot at just 6%.The Duke of York has consistently ranked the lowest since his alleged friendship with convicted pedophile
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abdominal surgery in January, she has mainly kept a low profile, leading the world to wonder where she went.The Duchess of Cambridge, 42, finally put rumors to bed about her whereabouts when she announced she has cancer in a video statement last month.The BBC has now addressed complaints that they covered her health battle an “excessive and insensitive” amount, per Deadline.The British Broadcasting Cooperation said that while they know that “not everyone would have approved of the approach we took” to relaying the news of Middleton’s cancer, the coverage “reflected the significance of this story and the outpouring of support for the princess from around the globe.”“Our reporting made clear that this is a difficult time for the princess and the rest of the Royal Family; we have been mindful at all times to approach our coverage with sensitivity,” the BBC said.The company continued: “As part of our analysis, we examined the intense speculation there had been in the preceding weeks about the princess’s health. We also reported on Catherine’s request for privacy and detailed the statement from Kensington Palace regarding the princess having the right to privacy in relation to her medical issues.”“We always give careful consideration to the editorial decisions we make,” the BBC added.
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