Prince William Makes Surprising Move Toward Kate In First Appearance Since Diagnosis

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During his first public appearance since the Duchess of Cambridge revealed that she had been diagnosed with cancer last month, Prince William received a gift for Kate Middleton.

In his first public appearance since his wife’s illness, Prince William met with the founders and staff of the Surplus to Supper food charity on Thursday in Surrey, England. The nonprofit works to provide underprivileged areas with food that would otherwise be thrown away.

The prince is seen interacting with staff, helping to load food trucks, and helping with cooking in pictures from the occasion.

A volunteer named Rachel Candappa gave Prince William several “get well” cards for Middleton and his father, King Charles III, who is also battling cancer. After receiving the cards, the prince reportedly said, “Thank you very much, that’s kind,” according to ITV News.

Following weeks of rumors about her health and well-being, Catherine, the princess of Wales, revealed in a video statement last month that she had been diagnosed with cancer. Although Middleton’s abdominal surgery went well, as reported by the royal press corps, she hadn’t been seen in public since her December appearance at a Christmas celebration. Middleton had undergone surgery in January.

In the video announcement, Middleton said, “The surgery was successful, however, tests after the operation found cancer had been present.” Following her diagnosis, Middleton declared that she will be taking a leave of absence from her royal duties to receive “preventive chemotherapy.” The exact form of cancer Middleton is battling is unknown at this time.

Her illness was made only a few weeks after King Charles III received a February cancer diagnosis of an undisclosed type.




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