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British Royal Family: Kate announces cancer diagnosis – Panorama

British Royal Family: Kate announces cancer diagnosis – Panorama

The Princess of Wales was diagnosed with cancer after stomach surgery. The wife of Prince William, the heir to the British throne, is now undergoing preventive chemotherapy, according to a video message released on Friday.

It was definitely a big shock, the 42-year-old said. There had been speculation about his health for weeks. The daughter-in-law of King Charles III, who is being treated for cancer, has been absent from public meetings for a long time. According to the palace, Kate underwent stomach surgery in mid-January. No diagnosis is provided; At the time I was told it was not cancer. Since then, many speculations and conspiracy theories have circulated about his health. After the surgery, she was diagnosed with cancer, Kate said in a video message, which she recorded while sitting on a park bench. The 42-year-old is dressed in jeans and a striped sweater, and tries to smile briefly every now and then.

It was in the newspaper a few days ago Glass According to reports, up to three staff at the private London clinic where Kate was treated tried to access her medical records. The hospital announced an investigation.

Kensington Palace also released a photo of Kate with her three children, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, for Mother's Day. However, the photo was retracted by several news outlets due to allegations of photo manipulation. Kate, like many amateur photographers, has occasionally experimented with image editing and apologizes for any confusion, Kensington Palace said on her behalf. This has not stopped the speculation. Princess Catherine is considered to be the most famous member of the British royal family in Great Britain.

“You Are Not Alone”

She and William needed time to explain the situation to their children, the video says. “Like I told them, I'm fine and I'm getting stronger every day by focusing on the things that will help me perform better,” Kate said.

She asks for consideration during treatment. She really enjoyed her job and looked forward to coming back when she could. “But now I have to focus on getting fully healthy again.” She tries to encourage other cancer patients and ends with the words: “You are not alone.”

Shortly afterwards a proclamation was issued by King Charles III. Published, he says he is very proud of Catherine, her courage and especially the way she has dealt with her illness. He has been in close contact with “my dear daughter-in-law” for the past few weeks.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak assured Kate of the support of the entire country. “He has shown tremendous courage with his announcement today,” Sunak said in a statement. “I know I speak for the entire country when I wish her a speedy and full recovery, and I look forward to seeing her back in action when she's ready.”

The head of government has criticized rumors and conspiracy theories surrounding the position of the future queen in recent weeks. Sunak said Kate was treated unfairly in some media and social networks. The wife of Prince William, the heir to the throne, has the same right to privacy in matters of health as all other people.

Congratulations to King Charles III's daughter-in-law. Also from America. Our thoughts are with Kate, her family and her friends, White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre said in Washington on Friday: “We certainly wish her a full recovery.” Respecting their privacy is now more important, says Jean-Pierre.