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We Forced Kate Middleton to Share Her Cancer Diagnosis With the World

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on Friday, March 22, when—in a candid video message posted to Instagram—Middleton announced that she has been diagnosed with cancer, though she did not say what type or what stage.

Sitting by herself on an outdoor bench, the 42-year-old Princess of Wales explained that her doctors discovered cancer had been present after running tests following the planned abdominal surgery she underwent in January.Translation: While commenters () on the internet, social media, and television have been cracking jokes about Kate’s lack of public appearances, speculating that she was recovering from cosmetic surgery, that she’d left her husband, that he was unfaithful to her, or worse, that she’d somehow died, the princess has been undergoing chemotherapy and being a mother to her three young children.“It has been an incredibly tough couple of months for our entire family,” she said in the video.This content can also be viewed on the site it from.Let’s be clear: While it was brave of her to do so, Kate Middleton did not have to make this very private announcement to the world if she didn’t feel totally ready.

We forced it out of her thanks to the unrelenting online conspirators that wouldn’t stop, no matter what the princess did (releasing an edited photo, going out for drives and pap walks).Let’s go back to the beginning.

On January 17, Kensington Palace announced that Kate had undergone a “planned abdominal surgery” and would spend 10 to 14 days in the hospital recovering.

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