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Prince William issues reassuring update on Kate's health amid her cancer treatment

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Prince William has offered a rare insight into Kate Middleton's well-being as the Princess of Wales continues with her cancer treatment.

The Prince of Wales provided this reassuring update today during several commitments in North-East England where he met finalists of his Earthshot Prize award in Seaham, County Durham.

He also travelled to Newcastle where he inaugurated James' Place and learned about the essential support the new centre will provide for men undergoing suicidal crises in the region.As William reached Newcastle to support the suicide prevention charity, he was warmly greeted by royal enthusiasts donned in union jack flags and holding bouquets, who had positioned themselves outside in anticipation of his arrival, the Mirror reports.Amongst them was Julie Cain, 60, who dared ask the Prince: "Do you mind if I ask how your wife and children are? " To which William responded: "All doing well, thank you.

Yes, we're doing well."During his visit, the prince also crossed paths with a rather mischievous three year old named Kevin who, in an attempt to catch the royal's attention, fibbed about it being his birthday.

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