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Prince William provides Kate health update amid 'pause on major work decision'

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The Prince and Princess of Wales have reportedly put a significant work decision on hold as Kate continues her recovery from cancer.

Kate, 42, underwent major abdominal surgery earlier this year, which was followed by a cancer diagnosis.In an emotional statement in March, she revealed she was undergoing preventative chemotherapy and requested "some time, space and privacy while I complete my treatment".

In the same message, Kate spoke about how her work has given her "a deep sense of joy", adding "I look forward to being back when I am able."Last year, it was reported according to the Mirror that the couple were seeking a chief executive officer to manage their household and had engaged global recruitment firm Odgers Berndtson to find the perfect candidate, who would have an "impressive' track record, brim with "emotional intelligence".This move was seen as a significant departure from the traditional Royal household structure, which typically sees senior royals appoint private secretaries to manage their schedules.

However, amid Kate's recovery, the search for a new CEO has been paused, with the Daily Mail reporting "the Royal Household's focus is on the Princess's recovery." Columnist Richard Eden has reported a source stating: "No one wants to put any pressure on Catherine.

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