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Prince William Responds After Being Asked About Kate Middleton’s Health Amid Cancer Treatment

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Prince William Responds After Being Asked About Kate Middleton’s Health Amid Cancer Treatment

Prince William provided insight into how Kate Middleton has been doing as she continues her cancer battle privately during the 80th anniversary of the D-Day Landings June 5.
Prince William is giving a new update on Kate MiddletonPrince William Responds After Being Asked About Kate Middleton’s Health Amid Cancer Treatment.

As the Princess of Wales continues her cancer treatment out of the spotlight, William shared how her health journey has been going.

While visiting veterans at the 80th anniversary of the D-Day Landings in Portsmouth June 5, the Prince of Wales explained that Kate was getting better and added, “She’d have loved to be here today.”

“I was reminding everyone her grandmother served at Bletchley Park,” he continued in a video shared to video on X (formerly known as Twitter) June 5. “So, she had quite a few in common with some of the ladies here who were at Bletchley.” (Kate’s paternal grandmother Valerie Glassborrow worked at the historic World War II spy base, where Alan Turing would crack the Enigma code that was used by Nazis to encrypt covert messages.)
Prince William is giving a new update on Kate Middleton.

As the Princess of Wales continues her cancer treatment out of the spotlight, William shared how her health journey has been going.

While visiting veterans at the 80th anniversary of the D-Day Landings in Portsmouth June 5, the Prince of Wales explained that Kate was getting better and added, “She’d have loved to be here today.”

“I was reminding everyone her grandmother served at Bletchley Park,” he continued in a video shared to video on X (formerly known as Twitter) June 5. “So, she had quite a few in common with some of the ladies here who were at Bletchley.” (Kate’s paternal grandmother Valerie Glassborrow worked at the historic World War II spy base, where Alan Turing would crack the Enigma code that was used by Nazis to encrypt covert messages.)

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