A royal expert issues a “upsetting” assessment of Kate Middleton in the wake of a startling cancer diagnosis

Cancer affects Kate Middleton. People from all around the world have been expressing their support for the Princess of Wales ever since she revealed the devastating news in an emotional video on Friday.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis have apparently heard from Kate and William about the circumstances, but nobody is certain what the near future will bring.

Since the princess had abdominal surgery in January, there have been rumours regarding her health, and those rumours only became worse after she posted a doctored Mother’s Day photo. However, with Kate disclosing her cancer diagnosis, perhaps the rumours around her will fizzle out.

Many people were moved by Kate Middleton’s moving speech in the video that was made public on Friday. Some royal correspondents contend that the princess appears to be handling the news of her cancer diagnosis more effectively than others may have noticed, but others have a different view. For instance, according to royal analyst Kinsey Schofield, one particular aspect in Kate’s speech reveals her genuine feelings about the future, and they are not good.

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Ever since Kate Middleton had stomach surgery, concerns about her health have grown. Going forward, Kensington Palace only provided sporadic information regarding the Princess of Wales. As the weeks passed, both experts and followers of the royal family across the globe believed it was time for them to begin communicating.

Others, however, have contended that Kate ought to be left alone. However, all of that changed when Kate shared an altered photo of herself with her three children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—on Mother’s Day.

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The timing of the announcement, according to Paddy Harverson, was unaffected by the rumours, which he called “the worst I’ve ever seen it,” or the altered Mother’s Day photo. “They would have continued to do it this way if we hadn’t had the Mother’s Day photo frenzy on social media,” Harverson stated on the BBC’s Sunday With Laura Kuenssberg.

“They still would have held off on making this announcement until the schools were about to adjourn.” “It feeds off itself; it’s kind of a permanent doom loop,” he continued. Throughout my whole career in the media, this is the worst thing I have ever seen.

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Every day, Kate Middleton’s behaviour and those of the other members of the royal family are scrutinised. Her behaviour and voice were analysed in the same way after her cancer diagnosis was revealed to the public on Friday.

Royal expert Kinsey Schofield said on GB News that she thought the announcement was the “most upsetting part” and that Kate sounded “sense of fear” when she made it.

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Schofield remarked, “I think the thing that hurt me the most was the sense of fear.” She remains stoic, bold, fearless, and lovely no matter what. However, I could hear a hint of anxiety in her voice the entire time.

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