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Kate Middleton’s sweet reaction to Wimbledon standing ovation amid cancer battle revealed by lip reader
received a standing ovation at Sunday’s Wimbledon Tennis Championships — and a lip reader has revealed her sweet reaction.The Princess of Wales, 42, made a welcome appearance at the annual grand slam as she continues to undergo cancer treatment following her diagnosis in March.She delighted fans as she arrived at the All England Lawn Tennis Club alongside her 9-year daughter, Princess Charlotte, and sister Pippa Middleton.Lip reader Jeremy Freeman analyzed the moment Princess Catherine took her seat next to her daughter as Centre Court erupted into applause and cheer.Middleton had asked Charlotte to “come over here” as the pair got to their seats, Freeman told The Sun.She then thanked the lady who had accompanied them in the royal box, before turning to the crowd to give a big wave.The royal then said “hi” to fellow spectators, before turning to the lady next to her and calling the audience’s reaction to her appearance “so sweet.”After the match, in which Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz defeated Novak Djokovic in straight sets, Princess Catherine presented the trophy to the defending champion and the runner-up.She shook both players’ hands before handing them their hard-earned awards.Her outing comes one month after she joined the royal family for King Charles’ birthday celebrations on the Buckingham Palace balcony at the Trooping the Colour ceremony.The Princess was joined by some Hollywood royalty in the royal box during Sunday’s match-up.Actress Julia Roberts and her cinematographer husband, Danny Moder, and actors Tom Cruise and Benedict Cumberbatch were all spotted sitting close to the royal.As patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, the future queen — an avid tennis fan in her own right — has made an effort
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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.
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King Charles ‘won’t slow down or do what he’s told’ amid cancer battle, Queen Camilla says
Sky News.The royal was speaking to writer Lee Child, who joined Her Majesty at the Queen’s Reading Room Festival at Hampton Court Palace on Saturday.In response, the novelist quipped that Charles “sounds to me like a typical husband.”The King has been easing into public-facing duties in recent weeks, most recently traveling to France to attend the commemorative D-Day ceremony in honor of the 80th anniversary of the historic landings.On Thursday, Charles and Camilla attended the British memorial event at Ver-Sur-Mer, Normandy, organized by the British Royal Legion.“It is with the most profound sense of gratitude that we remember them and all who served at that critical time,” Charles said in his speech.The King was then seen greeting several veterans before he and Camilla headed home to the UK later that day.Palace sources confirmed that Charles would be missing the international ceremony — which took place on Friday — on the advice of doctors who are carefully monitoring his schedule.After a weekend away from the spotlight, the King is looking to make a defiant appearance at this week’s Trooping the Colour ceremony in London.While Charles will be at the annual event on Saturday, he’s expected to arrive to the event in a different fashion.The monarch will be driven in a horse-drawn carriage alongside wife instead of riding on horseback as he’s done in the past.This will be the royal family’s second Trooping the Colour ceremony since Charles was named king in May 2023.It is still unclear if Charles’s daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton, will attend the ceremony.The Princess of Wales, 42, has been battling an unspecified form of cancer since January, and has remained largely out of the public eye since revealing her diagnosis
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Prince Harry ‘hit hard’ by Kate Middleton cancer battle as she and William are ‘going through hell’
touched down in London to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games.Later that day, Harry’s reps confirmed to The Post that he will not be meeting up with his estranged father this week due to King Charles’ “full” schedule.What’s more, the rest of the royals have made no plans to see him during his brief visit to London, which includes the Prince and Princess of Wales.“Harry would love to reconnect with Kate,” Christopher Andersen, who penned “The King: The Life of Charles III,” told Fox News.“They were once extremely close, and Harry was hit hard by the news of her cancer diagnosis, which he learned about just the way the rest of us did, via Kate’s shocking video.”“Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear [Prince] William is willing to let his brother anywhere near his ailing wife,” he added.Andersen said there has been “too much drama” between the two camps that has caused “lingering bitterness on everyone’s part.”“The chances of even a meeting between Harry and the rest of the royal family, much less some sort of reconciliation, seem extremely slim,” he added.In a further blow to the exiled royal, Harry was reportedly forced to check into a hotel room after not being offered a bed at any royal residences peppered across the country. He also won’t be seeing King Charles while in the UK.
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King Charles admits cancer diagnosis came as a ‘shock,’ gives treatment update
returned to official public duties Tuesday as he and wife Queen Camilla visited a cancer treatment center in London where he met with medical specialists.During a visit to University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre, the king spoke to fellow cancer patients who are currently undergoing chemotherapy.“It’s always a bit of a shock, isn’t it, when they tell you?” Charles said, per the Times of London, of finding out about his diagnosis in February.Charles was heard telling them that he was feeling “well” and “not too bad” as he continues to receive outpatient treatment.“I’ve got to have my treatment this afternoon as well,” he was heard saying Tuesday.While Charles didn’t reveal details of his diagnosis or treatment plan, he did chat to other patients about their experience with chemo.The monarch asked a male patient whether he was using a cold cap — a method that helps to retain hair growth throughout the procedure.Charles was heard saying that the cold cap method can “help.” He also shook hands with nurses at the facility, telling them, “We really can’t live without you.”Elsewhere, Queen Camilla was heard sharing her knowledge of her husband’s illness, asking patients if they’ve experienced tiredness.“For a lot of people the food starts tasting different,” she also added.Following the king and queen’s visit, one staffer told the outlet, “We were not expecting it at all. We thought it would be very generic, questions about other people’s treatment.”“But he was very open with the patients about how he was feeling.
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