Queen Camilla breaks the silence on Kate Middleton after cancer diagnosis

For months, no one knew what was happening with Kate Middleton’s health. Since January, when she underwent abdominal surgery, Kensington Palace has only provided small updates. During royal duties, only Prince William has communicated small pieces of information to the public.

King Charles and Queen Camilla have said nothing, but Kate said last Friday that she was told she had cancer. No one knows the details of Kate’s cancer, and the palace has stated that she wishes for them to remain secret. The family also spent a lot of time together over Easter as they stayed at Anmer Hall in Sandringham for a few weeks.

People have been paying a lot of attention to Kate Middleton after her Mother’s Day photo was found to have been edited. The good news is that Queen Camilla has already faced negative comments both from people and the media. She and Kate Middleton have a very close relationship. Earlier this week, the Queen finally spoke about Kate Middleton for the first time since she was diagnosed with cancer.

Although it’s a serious condition, Kate told her fans that she was «doing well» while sitting on a bench in the Windsor garden. She did this as she does with her children. Kate Middleton’s complete message was: Let me take this opportunity to thank you directly for all the kind support messages and for being patient with me as I healed from my surgery.

The past few months have been very tough for our entire family, but I’ve been fortunate to have an excellent medical team who took great care of me. I underwent major abdominal surgery in London in January. At the time, it was believed that my situation was not cancerous.

The surgery went well. But tests done after surgery showed that there was cancer. Because of this, my medical team suggested that I undergo preventive chemotherapy treatment. I am now at the beginning of this treatment. Having William by my side is also a great source of comfort and security.

Just like the love, support, and kindness that so many of you have shown us. It means so much to both of us. We hope you will understand that, as a family, we now need time, space, and privacy as I complete my treatment. My work has always brought me deep joy, and I look forward to returning when I can, but for now, I need to focus on a full recovery.

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