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Prince William gives rare Kate Middleton update as the Princess of Wales battles cancer – reveals her diagnosis to the world in an emotional video



Prince William, the husband of the cancer-stricken Kate Middleton, has given a key update to the Princess of Wales’s condition as she battles an undisclosed form of the disease privately, away from the public eye.

Middleton had disappeared from the view of her subjects essentially since December, but notably since the end of January after she underwent undisclosed surgery at The London Clinic around the same time as King Charles III.

That led to a plethora of conspiracy theories concerning her health and well-being, with some commentators even claiming that she was actually dead in what would have been one of the biggest cover-ups in world history. That was until she revealed her diagnosis to the world.

In an emotional video, the future Queen of the United Kingdom explained that she has begun treatment for the disease and that she will be withdrawing from the public eye once again as she pleaded with the world to give her family the privacy it deserves.

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Now her husband, who will ascend to the throne upon the death of King Charles III, has declared that the Dutchess of Edinburgh is on the road to recovery as he mingled with fans at a recent event.

“All doing well, yes, thank you,” William said when a fan asked how his wife and children are doing. “All doing well.”

The upon being pressed about Middleton in particular, he said, “Yeah, we’re all doing well.”

The revelation of her health came as he walked around James’ Place in Newcastle, a city in the north of England, which aims to help men who are at risk of suicide with the Prince’s presence raising significant attention to the foundation.

What causes cancer?
Cancer is a complex group of diseases that occur when cells in the body grow uncontrollably, invading nearby tissues and spreading to other parts of the body. The basic mechanism of cancer involves changes, or mutations, in the DNA of cells. These mutations can disrupt the normal processes that regulate cell growth and division, leading to the development of tumors.

There are two main types of tumors: benign and malignant. Benign tumors are non-cancerous and do not spread to other parts of the body. Malignant tumors, however, are cancerous and have the potential to invade nearby tissues and spread to other parts of the body, a process called metastasis.

Once a cell acquires a mutation that disrupts its normal growth control mechanisms, it may begin to divide uncontrollably, forming a small mass of cells known as a tumor. As the tumor grows, it may acquire additional mutations that allow it to invade nearby tissues and spread to other parts of the body.

Cancer can affect almost any part of the body and can take many different forms, depending on the type of cells involved and where in the body the cancer starts, which is why there is no universal cure for the condition.

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