Following the disclosure of Kate Middleton’s cancer diagnosis, the Palace allegedly hurriedly edited her video

Following the announcement of her cancer diagnosis, Kate Middleton is enjoying time at their country house, Anmer Hall, with her husband, Prince William, and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. In a video that was uploaded to the couple’s social media accounts more than a week ago, the Princess of Wales disclosed her illness.

Since it was filmed in the Windsor Gardens, she has received support from people all around the world. After undergoing stomach surgery in January, Kate Middleton’s health has been kept under wraps by Kensington Palace, but this time, Kate spoke to the public directly on camera.

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A royal source claims that Kate was forced to cut short her announcement due to a threat she received from an unidentified individual.

Kate Middleton laid all her cards on the table on Friday, March 22. The 42-year-old mother of three informed to the world that she is receiving early cancer treatment in an emotional video sent to the Prince and Princess of Wales’ social media pages. “I wanted to take this chance to personally thank you for all of the amazing words of support and for your patience while I was healing from surgery.

Our entire family has had a very difficult few months, but I am really grateful to the wonderful medical staff that has taken exceptional care of me,” Kate said in the video.

A “well-placed” source told the Daily Mail that Keisngott Palace was informed of Kate Middleton’s prognosis. They couldn’t believe it, so they hurried to get ahead of the story and make sure they were the ones to break it. Because her medical records were in danger of being leaked, Prince William and his spouse were “forced to reveal” his wife’s cancer diagnosis.

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The source did not specify if the leak originated from the Princess of Wales’s January abdominal surgery at the London Clinic or from another location.

Fans of the royal family are left with more questions than answers as a source informs Page Six that the rumours of a leak are untrue. Raising awareness following Kate’s announcement of her cancer diagnosis appears to have had a major impact, and this could ultimately have a huge impact.

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The Princess of Wales revealed her cancer diagnosis, and the number of individuals accessing NHS websites about cancer screenings increased dramatically, as reported by the Mirror.

The British newspaper said that 2,840 people visited the NHS page on cancer in the 24 hours following Kate’s revelation of her cancer diagnosis.

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