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Sarah Ferguson breaks silence on Kate Middleton’s cancer diagnosis amid own battle: ‘Praying for the best outcome’

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cancer diagnosis. “All my thoughts and prayers are with the Princess of Wales as she starts her treatment,” Fergie, 64, wrote in an Instagram post on Monday. “I know she will be surrounded by the love of her family and everyone is praying for the best outcome.”The Duchess of York, who revealed her skin cancer diagnosis in January after battling breast cancer last year, added, “As someone who has faced their own battles with cancer in recent months, I am full of admiration for the way she has spoken publicly about her diagnosis and know it will do a tremendous amount of good to raise awareness.

I hope she will now be given the time, space, and privacy to heal.”She was married to disgraced Prince Andrew, 64, from 1986 to 1996, but has remained a regular fixture at royal family events.

The exes have daughters Princess Beatrice, 35, and Princess Eugenie, 34.Earlier this month, Fergie reportedly received good news that her skin cancer has not spread. “Fortunately, they have turned out to be clear.

This is the best news she could have on it at this stage,” a friend of the royal told People magazine, adding that Fergie has checkups every 12 weeks. “She is very relieved,” the source added.

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Prince William returns to public duties on Thursday for the first time since his wife’s cancer diagnosis, bolstering the royal family’s ranks as health problems continue to sideline the princess and King Charles III.William is set to visit a surplus food redistribution center and a youth club it serves, highlighting efforts to reduce food waste as a way to cut greenhouse gas emissions and feed people in need. The prince stepped away from public duties after Kate, the Princess of Wales, announced on March 22 that she was undergoing treatment for an unspecified type of cancer.In a video message released that day, Kate asked for “time, space and privacy” as she and her family adjusted to her diagnosis.“I have been doing everything we can to process and manage this privately for the sake of our young family,” she said at the time.“It has taken us time to explain everything to George, Charlotte and Louis in a way that is appropriate for them, and to reassure them that I am going to be okay,” she added.Both Charles and Kate have been largely absent from the public stage since January due to health problems, leaving Queen Camilla, Princess Anne and other members of the royal family to pick up the slack on the whirl of events and awards ceremonies that dominate the work of Britain’s monarchy.Charles announced on Feb.