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Princess Catherine Cancer News 'Heck Of A Shock' To Everyone -- Her Friends Had No Clue!

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Princess Catherine‘s cancer news was a surprise to the world — but it turns out it was a “shock” to many of her friends, too!

In order to avoid her condition leaking to the public, Kate Middleton hardly told anyone what she was going through.

Speaking to People on Wednesday, a pal revealed: Ultimately Her Royal Highness shared the diagnosis with the world in a heartfelt video last week.

But of course, that was only after conspiracy theories had gotten WAY out of hand. We doubt she had planned to tell anyone at that time — as she hadn’t even broken the news to the people she saw every day!

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