Kate Middleton’s cancer: the princess is frank about her state of health, “good days and bad days”

Kate Middleton’s cancer: the princess is frank about her state of health, “good days and bad days”
Kate Middleton’s cancer: the princess is frank about her state of health, “good days and bad days”

When the news broke, it was hard to believe it.
The Princess of Wales announced that she would make her first official appearance this Saturday, June 15 during
Trooping the Color parade. It’s been months since we last saw her on stage. The daughter-in-law of Charles III is waging a merciless fight against cancer far from the cameras.

If chemotherapy currently occupies most of her time, the princess also enjoys her family, notably in Sandringham where she was seen at the end of the month. The rare statements made by royal experts and those around him have not yet hinted at the possibility of an anticipated public reappearance later this year.

photo credit: Bestimage Kate Middleton at the Trooping the Color fashion show in 2023

Kate Middleton’s “good progress”

Kate Middleton finally broke the silence on social networks. A video accompanied by a long message brought a smile to the faces of concerned Britons. “I do good progressbut as anyone undergoing chemotherapy knows, there are good days and bad dayswrites the mother in remission.

She continues: My treatment is in progress and will continue for several more months. I am looking forward to attending the King’s Birthday Parade this weekend with my family and hope to be able to take part in some public engagements this summerknowing that I’m not out of the woods yet.”. His post has been liked more than 12,000 times on the social network X (formerly Twitter).

Is Kate Middleton out of the woods?

Cancer changes the life of a person who suffers from it. Kate Middleton is no exception. “On days when I feel well enough, it’s a joy to go back to schoolto dedicate my personal time to the things that give me energy and positivity, and to start
do some work at home“,
entrusts

Prince Harry’s sister-in-law.

His presence at the parade this Saturday, June 15, however, does not announce a resumption of his schedule. I’m not out of the woods yet. I am learning to be patient, especially in times of uncertainty. I take each day as it comes, I listen to my body and I allow myself to take this healing time that I need so much“, underlines the one we will see today alongside her husband.

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