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Kate Middleton: Now it's clear: Cancer means breaking with tradition

Kate Middleton: Now it's clear: Cancer means breaking with tradition

Nothing is like before! After Kate Middleton announced she had been diagnosed with cancer in March, the royals are having a harder time than usual balancing their personal and royal duties.

In order to support his wife Kate Middleton in her fight against cancer, Prince William has skipped several appointments in the past. Now one of the couple's traditions is falling victim to fate.

Kate Middleton and Prince William miss a private event

Since the start of the year, Royals fans around the world have had to do without Kate Middleton. After many rumors spread about the health of the Princess of Wales, a personal video clip of the 42-year-old princess confirmed that she is suffering from cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy (more here).

After King Charles III was diagnosed with cancer. This is the second bad news from the British royal family in a short time. Prince William stands by his family like a rock, but he can't do everything alone.

The private event that Kate Middleton and Prince William attended together for years has now become a victim of this situation: the “British Academy Television Awards” (BAFTA Television Awards). As reported by the American portal “People”, the couple will not appear at the awards ceremony on Sunday (May 12).

+++ Prince Harry travels alone in London – this sentence from him reveals it all +++

Kate Middleton 'loves the BAFTA Awards'

Prince William has been Chairman of the Film and Television Foundation since 2010, and traditionally welcomes parents George, Charlotte and Louis to events. In February this year, Prince William attended the BAFTA Film Awards alone, and said at the time: “I'm sorry Kate isn't here. She loves the BAFTA Awards.” At that time, all the public knew was that the princess She was recovering from a planned stomach surgery.



“The Crown” actors Dominic West (who plays King Charles III) and Elizabeth Debicki (Princess Diana), among others, were nominated for an award this Sunday. Prince William and Kate Middleton will not be present, but the heir to the throne will record a video message for the ceremony.