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Prince William Shares an Update About Kate Middleton's Health During D-Day Event

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could not join and to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day at yesterday’s Portsmouth ceremony, but that didn’t stop veterans asking after the Princess of Wales’s wellbeing.Geoffrey Weaving, 100, who took part in history’s largest seaborne invasion on this day in 1944, spoke to Prince William after Wednesday’s moving tribute.

As the knelt down to chat with the veteran, he gave an into the Kates Middleton’s health as she continues her cancer treatment.“She is getting better, yes,” said the Prince. “She would have loved to be here today.”The Princess of Wales has a strong family connection to Britain’s war effort, one that Prince William celebrated as he shook hands and shared stories with the D-Day heroes.Prince William, talks with D-Day and WWII veterans following the 80th anniversary commemoration event in Portsmouth on Wednesday“I was reminding everyone how her grandmother served at Bletchley,” he told Weaving, “so she had quite a bit in common with some of the ladies here who were at Bletchley.”The Prince continued, discussing the covert nature of the codebreakers’ work, which was crucial to the Allied powers’ defeat of Nazi forces.“They never spoke about anything until the very end—it was all very secret.” The Prince of Wales was clearly keeping both Kate Middleton and her Bletchley Circle grandmother in his thoughts throughout the event, discussing the Waleses’s codebreaking connection with a woman thought have have worked at Bletchley herself:“My wife’s grandmother did the same sort of thing as you,” he said. “Catherine only found out at the end of her life.”It was only in that Kate, then Duchess of Cambridge learned that her paternal grandmother, Valerie Glassborow, had played a monumental role during the.

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