Harry & Meghan Extend Support to Kate Amidst Cancer Diagnosis

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have shared a heartfelt message backing the Princess of Wales after her recent reveal of her cancer diagnosis.

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“Our thoughts, and prayers for recovery and peace are with Kate and her family during this time,” their statement conveyed.

This response was prompted by the Princess of Wales’ own announcement on Friday at 6pm, where she opened up about the diagnosis.

“I faced a major abdominal surgery in London this January. At first, doctors believed my condition wasn’t cancerous. The surgery went well, but later tests showed cancer had been there,” Kate’s statement disclosed.

“My doctors have recommended a preventative chemotherapy course, and I’ve started the early stages of treatment.”

Since the Queen’s passing in September 2022, the two couples haven’t been spotted together publicly.

Buckingham Palace said that King Charles and Queen Camilla are “immensely proud” of the Princess of Wales “for her bravery in sharing her story”.

The statement also mentioned that the King, who received his cancer diagnosis in February, keeps in “constant contact with his much-loved daughter-in-law”.

Following the King’s diagnosis in February, Prince Harry made a trip from Los Angeles to talk to his dad.

However, it’s not certain if Harry and Meghan have been in touch with Kate or William since her announcement.

The two couples, once dubbed the “Fab Four,” haven’t been seen together since Queen Elizabeth’s funeral last year.

After Prince Harry’s visit to the UK in February, a royal insider claimed there were “no plans” for the two brothers to meet up.

World leaders and politicians have been quick to offer their sympathies to the Princess of Wales.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stated that the princess has the nation’s full support as she embarks on her chemotherapy journey.

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sent out his wishes via X, the platform that has taken over from Twitter: “Thinking of the Princess of Wales, her children, and the Royal Family after she bravely shared her cancer news. From Canadians everywhere, we send support as she starts treatment, and hope for a quick recovery.”

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