Kate Middleton’s illness means Prince William ‘digging deep’

Kate Middleton’s illness means Prince William ‘digging deep’
Kate Middleton’s illness means Prince William ‘digging deep’

Last week, a group of supporters asked Prince William about how his wife Kate Middleton was doing well after his recent cancer diagnosis. “We are all fine,” he said, declining to go into detail. But according to a royal insider who spoke to People, the test – which is complicated by King Charles IIIThe cancer diagnosis was hard for the 41-year-old prince and father of three.

“Whether you are a prince or a pauper, no one would expect something like this with their father and wife both being treated for cancer,” the Source said. “William digs deep. »

Another close Source added that William prioritized Kate and the well-being of his three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, And Prince Louis firstly when it comes to deciding how to reconcile his public role and his private life. “William is prioritizing giving her all the time she needs to get better and support, especially to the children,” the Source said.

Since William and Kate started their family, they have placed great importance on their privacy and the time they spend together. According to the biographer Robert Lacey, including the 2020 book Battle of the Brothers looked at William’s life behind the scenes, he and Kate value this time above all else. “From what we know of their personal lives, for William and Kate, spending time with their children is the most precious and enjoyable thing they can do. » the writer said People. “Double illness put enormous pressure on William, both as a parent and heir to the family business… It brought all sorts of challenges. He (handled it) calmly and without drama.

William’s latest was on April 30, when he visited Newcastle to highlight a series of mental health initiatives. But he was last seen in public on May 2, while watching an Aston Villa football match in Birmingham with George.

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