Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, shares ‘good’ news

Prince William’s 42-year-old wife has not made any public appearances this year. He announced in March that he was undergoing chemotherapy for an unspecified cancer.

“I’m progressing well, but as anyone who has undergone chemotherapy knows, there are good days and bad days,” he said in a statement released Friday, adding that he had “a few months” of treatment left.

“I’m looking forward to attending the King’s Birthday Parade with my family this weekend and, knowing I’m not on business yet, I’d like to do some public engagement over the summer,” he added.

The announcement is an important step, but does not mark the princess’ return to full-time public office.

Trooping the ColorAlso known as King’s Birthday Parade, is an annual military parade marking the King’s official birthday in June. King Charles III, who is undergoing undisclosed cancer treatment, is to oversee the ceremony, during which troops in full uniform march before the king with their ceremonial flag or “colour”.

Kate is expected to travel by horse-drawn carriage from Buckingham Palace with the couple’s children Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 9, and Prince Louis, 6, before watching the ceremony from a building next to the parade ground. She may join other members of the royal family for a traditional appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Kate Middleton’s announcement in March came after social media was rife with speculation about her well-being and absence from the public eye. She revealed some details about her illness, which was discovered after undergoing major abdominal surgery in January.

In a video message released in March, Kate Middleton said the diagnosis was “a huge shock, and William and I have done everything we can to personally process and manage this situation for our young family.”

The Princess of Wales thanked the public on Friday, saying she was “overwhelmed by all the messages of support and encouragement”.

“I’m learning to be patient, especially in times of uncertainty. I take each day as it comes, I listen to my body and allow it to take this much-needed healing time,” she said. “Thank you so much for your understanding and to everyone who bravely shared their stories with me.”

King Charles III revealed in February that he had cancer and had recently returned to public duties. He is expected to attend the 80th anniversary of D-Day commemorations this week, traveling in a horse-drawn carriage with Queen Camilla. Did last year.

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