Queen Camilla says Kate Middleton is ‘overwhelmed by the support’ after revealing cancer


The British royal family continues with its professional commitments after the announcement that Kate Middleton, 42, is undergoing treatment for cancer. This Wednesday (27), Queen Camilla visited the Shrewsbury Farmers Market, in the United Kingdom, and gave news about the Princess of Wales’ health to the journalists and guests who accompanied her at the event.

Camilla spoke to two girls who hand-drawn get well cards for Kate Middleton and commented. “I know Catherine is touched by all the kind wishes and support,” the Queen told the pair and she even smiled when asked if Prince William’s wife was okay.

In addition to Kate, King Charles III is undergoing treatment for cancer and is therefore also away from public duties. The Queen then became the most high-profile royal to return to official Windsor engagements.

Princess Kate Middleton officially reappeared this Friday (22), after two months away following abdominal surgery in January. Kensington Palace released a video statement from the princess about her health.

In the video, Kate spoke for the first time about discovering cancer. “In January I underwent major abdominal surgery in London, it was expected that my condition was not linked to cancer. The surgery was a success, but tests after the operation showed that it was cancer. My doctors advised me to undergo a battery of preventive chemotherapy”, he declared.

King Charles III received the diagnosis in February and is undergoing treatment for a tumor. The type of cancer was not revealed, but it was discovered after a prostate operation at the beginning of the year.

Camilla receives compliments from her subjects – via REUTERS

Source: Folha

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