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“Kate, you're not alone”: Cancer diagnosis shakes Britain to its core

“Kate, you're not alone”: Cancer diagnosis shakes Britain to its core

“Kate, you're not alone.”
Cancer diagnosis shakes Britain to its core

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There is only one topic in the British media at the moment: Princess Kate's cancer. Perhaps now we can understand why the world has been silent for so long, writes “Sun”. The Archbishop of Canterbury is praying for the 42-year-old.

Britain's Princess Kate received support from the spiritual head of the Anglican Church after her cancer diagnosis. “I take this opportunity to commend her for her confidence in the face of such difficult news and I am delighted to hear that she is getting stronger every day,” the Archbishop of Canterbury said. Justin Welbyother things Instagram with. Following Kate's announcement, the Church of England also published the Kate Prayer.

At the same time, Welby called on people to respect their privacy. “Please join me in my prayers for the royal family as they deal with this private matter,” he said on Friday evening. “I would like to ask that people respect their privacy at this time.”

“Kate, you're not alone.”

After weeks of speculation about her health, Kate addressed the public in a video message. He underwent abdominal surgery in mid-January. Tests after the surgery revealed the presence of cancer, Kate said. On the advice of his medical team, chemotherapy is given as a precaution.

However, the announcement left the British government in deep shock. All the British newspapers reported on the fate of the famous princess on the front page. “Kate, you're not alone,” ran The Sun tabloid. It was “incredibly comforting” to hear that Kate was feeling a little better again. Now the world will understand why there was so much mystery surrounding his surgery in January.

“A Very Hard Time”

For the British, this is the second piece of bad news from the royal family after King Charles III. In early February, he announced that he had cancer. He said on Friday evening that he was “proud” of Kate's “bravery” through her cancer diagnosis. With Charles III. During a hospital stay in January, the cancer was discovered due to a benign enlargement of the prostate. The 75-year-old is currently undergoing treatment and has suspended public engagements.

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, who are at loggerheads with his family, also wished their brother-in-law “health and recovery” after the news was announced. “We wish Kate and her family health and recovery, and we hope they can do so privately and in peace,” the California-based couple said in a statement Friday.

Commentators praised the natural way Kate told her companions about her illness, sitting on a garden bench in front of the camera. “The way he carried himself in this record is going to impress a lot of people,” said Richard Fitzwilliams, a British royal expert. “But there is no doubt that this is a very difficult time for the institution of the monarchy.”