in light of Kate Middleton’s cancer illness, a new and concerning ruling about Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis

It can be difficult to explain complicated concepts to kids, in part because you have to make them as simple as you can. Nevertheless, in certain instances, it entails breaking bad news to the kids, as Kate Middleton and Prince William had to do when her cancer diagnosis was revealed.

The news of their mother’s cancer diagnosis has been shared with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

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In her video message, their mother said she assured them that everything would be alright. To keep their kids safe, the Prince and Princess of Wales had carefully considered when to break the news of her disease.

William, Kate, and their kids will be spending time in their rural Anmer Hall residence in the upcoming weeks, away from the prying eyes of the public and cameras. Meanwhile, a royal specialist has revealed a concerning update regarding the royal children that could prove to be very important in the future.

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Following her “planned” stomach surgery, Kate Middleton finally spoke out about her health on Friday, March 22, breaking her nearly two-month silence. Following her cancer diagnosis, the Princess of Wales is currently receiving chemotherapy.

In the video, Kate Middleton, sitting by herself at a bench during her recovery from surgery, stated, “I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you, personally, for all the wonderful messages of support and for your understanding whilst I have been recovering from surgery.”

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It’s unknown exactly when George, Charlotte, and Louis were informed that their mother had cancer. But the Sunday Times claims that the cancer announcement video was only made public a few hours after their kids’ school let out, so they wouldn’t have to answer inquiries about it right away from their peers.

They had received the news by then. A palace source told the Times, “George is ten now and can’t be shielded from any of this now.” “He won’t be able to avoid it once it’s in the school playground and at the school gate.”

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So, how do you break the news of your cancer to your kids? Grant Harrold, the former butler of King Charles, claims that Prince William and Kate Middleton gave them different explanations.

The Post spoke with Harrold, who spent seven years working for Charles as the Prince of Wales, and she stated that when they told Prince Louis about her health difficulties, the couple most likely “sugarcoated” them.

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Grant Harrold told the NY Post, “I’m sure it was a very difficult and very different conversation between children.” “I’m sure the conversation with Louis was more sugarcoated than it was with George and Charlotte, for example.”

“The older children can understand more, so I’d imagine it was a little more frank but undoubtedly staying positive, which is so important,” the former butler went on.

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This explains why you now cry when you see the photo of Kate with her three kids. It’s important for any mother to have that talk, and you can bet Charlotte and George will be there to support her.

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