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Queen Camilla Shares First Public Words About Princess Catherine After Cancer Reveal

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Queen Camilla is showing support to Princess Catherine. Days after Kate Middleton revealed she has been diagnosed with cancer after abdominal surgery earlier this year, King Charles III‘s wife made a point to show her lots of love.

The 76-year-old visited the Shrewsbury Farmers’ Market for a tour on Wednesday — one of her first public events since Kate’s announcement.

A huge crowd gathered to welcome the royal, including two little girls, 10-year-old Harriet and 6-year-old Lois, who made posters for the Princess of Wales. Related: How Prince William Feels After Princess Catherine’s Cancer Diagnosis Per royal editor Rebecca English for the Daily Mail on X (Twitter), the kids held homemade signs that read, “Send our love to Kate.” Camilla spotted them and went over to the girls, saying: She took the posters with her and promised to deliver them to the mother of three, Matt Wilkinson of The Sun added.

She said this to the young royal fans: See the meaningful exchange (below)! Very sweet! It’s a tough time for the family as Camilla’s husband is also going through cancer treatment right now, too.

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