Queen Camilla gives major update on Kate Middleton: She is ‘thrilled’

by Jessica

Queen Camilla’s recent update on Kate Middleton’s health amid her cancer diagnosis garnered considerable attention during her visit to Shrewsbury on Wednesday, March 27.

The 76-year-old Queen Consort was met with enthusiastic crowds as she interacted with well-wishers. Among them were two young girls who presented her with handcrafted posters, asking her to pass them on to Kate.

Camilla graciously accepted their gifts and assured the gathered crowd that Kate was deeply touched by their kind wishes and support, via Daily Mail Online.

This update comes in the wake of Kate Middleton’s recent revelation about her battle with cancer, which was disclosed last Friday. The news has prompted an outpouring of support from well-wishers and royal watchers alike.

In response to the challenging circumstances, Kate Middleton and Prince William have opted to spend the Easter holidays at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, accompanied by their three children.

Consequently, they will not be attending the upcoming service at St. George Chapel on Easter Sunday. Instead, King Charles will represent the royal family at the event, accompanied by Queen Camilla, with special protocols in place.

Adding to the complexity of the situation, it has been revealed that King Charles, aged 75, is also undergoing treatment for an undisclosed form of cancer.

This diagnosis was unexpectedly discovered during his treatment for an enlarged prostate, further highlighting the challenges faced by the royal family during this time.

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