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Real reason Kate Middleton's cancer recovery looks very different to King Charles'

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Princess Kate has largely remained out of the public eye since her cancer diagnosis was made public back in March. Yet in contrast, her father-in-law, King Charles has made several public appearances and recently resumed his official duties despite still receiving treatment.

Now, two months on, insiders have shed light on the poignant reason behind their differing approaches to recovery. The mother-of-three courageously revealed her health struggle in a personal video where she disclosed that post-operative tests had detected cancer.

This announcement came a month after the Palace declared the King's own diagnosis, stating he "remains wholly positive about his treatment and looks forward to returning to full public duty as soon as possible".Both Charles and Kate are currently undergoing treatment for the disease, although the specific types of cancers they are battling have not been confirmed.A source spoke to the Daily Mail's Richard Eden about Kate's continued absence from public life, saying: "King Charles very much wanted to be seen by the public while he was undergoing his own cancer treatment but this has not been the case for his daughter-in-law, however disappointing that might be for her admirers.", reports the Mirror. "As Sovereign, His Majesty is in a very different position from the Princess of Wales.

There is no need for her to be seen while she's recovering."Earlier in the month, Prince William provided a comforting update on his wife during his two-day trip to the southwest of England.

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