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Prince William back in public for the first time since Kate’s cancer announcement
Prince William returns to public duties on Thursday for the first time since his wife’s cancer diagnosis, bolstering the royal family’s ranks as health problems continue to sideline the princess and King Charles III.William is set to visit a surplus food redistribution center and a youth club it serves, highlighting efforts to reduce food waste as a way to cut greenhouse gas emissions and feed people in need. The prince stepped away from public duties after Kate, the Princess of Wales, announced on March 22 that she was undergoing treatment for an unspecified type of cancer.In a video message released that day, Kate asked for “time, space and privacy” as she and her family adjusted to her diagnosis.“I have been doing everything we can to process and manage this privately for the sake of our young family,” she said at the time.“It has taken us time to explain everything to George, Charlotte and Louis in a way that is appropriate for them, and to reassure them that I am going to be okay,” she added.Both Charles and Kate have been largely absent from the public stage since January due to health problems, leaving Queen Camilla, Princess Anne and other members of the royal family to pick up the slack on the whirl of events and awards ceremonies that dominate the work of Britain’s monarchy.Charles announced on Feb.
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King Charles is ‘responding really well’ to cancer treatment: ‘Positive and upbeat’
began outpatient treatment in February, and has since taken a slight step back from official duties to focus on his health.“I am hearing that he’s actually responding genuinely, really well to cancer treatment,” royal commentator Charlotte Griffiths told “GB News.”“And everyone in the royal household is feeling positive and upbeat about how he’s responding,” Griffiths said.It appears as though the king really is hitting his stride when it comes to his recovery, as he recently returned from a quick trip to Scotland with his wife, Queen Camilla.The couple, who last week celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary, spent a few days at Birkhall, their Highlands retreat located on the Balmoral estate, to mark the occasion.Charles’ love for the plush estate, which is nestled on the banks of the River Muick, is well-known, as he often visits whenever time allows.Charles has been forced to hit the brakes on much of his royal agenda since news of his ailing health came to light.Just days before jetting off to Scotland, the King was seen waving to well-wishers from the car as he headed to church at Sandringham.The previous week, he was seen joining other royals for Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle.While he’s made an effort to avoid commenting on speculation about his health, Charles did speak out about his own battle just days after going public with the news.The King said that well wishes from the public are “the greatest comfort and encouragement.”“It is equally heartening to hear how sharing my own diagnosis has helped promote public understanding and shine a light on the work of all those organizations which support cancer patients and their families across the UK and wider world,” he said in a statement.“My lifelong
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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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How to send Kate Middleton a card as she battles cancer — and possibly get a reply
cancer.An X user recently shared that the royal family sent her back a sweet reply after she mailed a letter of well wishes for the Princess of Wales, 42.Middleton went through a planned abdominal surgery in January before being diagnosed with cancer.“Back in January when we were informed our beautiful Princess of Wales had undergone surgery, I sent her a card with our (my family and I) sincerest best wishes for healing and of course an abundance of love,” the fan penned on social media on April 6.She then noted that Kensington Palace replied to her, mailing her a letter with their insignia stamped.The post went on: “Today I received this beautiful acknowledgement and I can honestly say I shall treasure this my entire life.”She joked that her husband thought at first he “was going to have to get his suit out for a garden party (silly him).”Back in January when we were informed our beautiful Princess of Wales had undergone surgery I sent her a card with our (my family and I) sincerest best wishes for healing and of course an abundance of love. Today I received this beautiful acknowledgement and I can honestly say… pic.twitter.com/iMX4WKTGyS“But he is just as blown away as I am to received this beautiful, and much treasured card.
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BBC reacts to complaints Kate Middleton’s cancer coverage was ‘excessive and insensitive’
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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Kate Middleton, Prince William ‘sugarcoated’ cancer news to Louis — had ‘difficult conversation’ with George and Charlotte
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.
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Kate Middleton, Prince William head to Sandringham with their kids for Easter amid cancer diagnosis
Kate Middleton and Prince William will be spending some much-needed quality time at Sandringham this Easter.The Prince and Princess of Wales left Adelaide Cottage in Windsor via helicopter on Saturday with their children — Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5 — to head towards Anmer Hall, located on the Sandringham Estate, Entertainment Tonight reports.Middleton, 42, revealed on Friday that she has been undergoing chemotherapy treatment after doctors discovered the cancer during her planned abdominal surgery.The family will spend Easter break at the estate, where they’re expected to see King Charles III, 75, who is also battling cancer.Understandably, the Waleses will stray from tradition this year by not joining the rest of the royal family for Easter services.Instead, they will spend the long Easter weekend together behind closed doors.Charles, for his part, is set to attend a small Easter service with family that’s set to be of much smaller scale than in previous years.It’s unclear if the entire family will unite for a publicized church service this year.Kensington Palace declined to comment.While initial palace guidance said that the Princess won’t return to royal duties until after Easter, it’s now been said that she won’t return to the royal fold until after she’s given the all clear by her doctors.“The Princess will return to official duties when she is cleared to do so by her medical team,” a palace spokesperson said following Middleton’s cancer announcement.“She is in good spirits and is focused on making a full recovery.”The mother-of-three had already stepped back from her duties after having the abdominal surgery in January for what she thought, at the time, was a non-cancerous
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