Prince William breaks silence on Kate Middleton’s health status – their relationship even stronger amid cancer diagnosis.

No one truly knew how Kate Middleton was faring as she underwent preventative chemotherapy following her cancer diagnosis in February. The public learned about her illness in mid-March when the Princess of Wales released a candid video. Since then, updates have been sparse.

Before her cancer diagnosis was revealed, various conspiracy theories circulated about the Princess. Despite the lack of official health updates, Prince William has occasionally spoken about his wife.

This past Wednesday, he provided the public with a new piece of information to chew on…

Speaking with the Daily Beast, a royal source mentioned that Kate’s schedule remains “empty” for the rest of the year.

“Many people involved in planning need to know the principals’ activities well in advance,” the source stated. “I am informed that Kate’s schedule for this year is empty. There is nothing planned. She may not make any public appearances for the rest of the year.”

A purported friend of Kate and William told the outlet that the Princess of Wales is prioritizing her mental health above all else.

“The key thing for her now is avoiding any kind of stress or anxiety and focusing on getting better,” the insider added. “They will leave for Sandringham as soon as school breaks up.”

At the time of writing, the video in which Kate revealed her cancer diagnosis remains the only public discussion of her health.

In the days leading up to the video’s release, conspiracy theories ran rampant online. A source told the Daily Beast that a new video might be in the works.

“I wouldn’t rule out another video message updating the country on her health,” the insider said. “It proved to be a very effective way of keeping the conspiracy theorists at bay.”

By all accounts, Kate has spent most of her time recovering at Adelaide Cottage. Over Easter, she and her family retreated to their country home, Anmer Hall, far from paparazzi and the public.

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Though Kate might feel well enough to take on certain royal duties, reports suggest that one condition must be met before she returns.

“This is a clear commitment she has made—that throughout her life of public service, this will be her focus. That will continue when she returns to work. But we have been really clear that she needs the space and privacy to recover right now. She will return to work when she has had the green light from doctors,” a royal aide told GB News.

While the Daily Mail reported last week that Kate Middleton is “considering” appearing on the balcony during the Trooping the Colour in mid-June, royal expert Angela Levin urged the Princess of Wales not to “rush her recovery.”

Reports have previously stated that Kate did some work on her projects from her hospital bed at the London Clinic as she recovered from surgery. Weeks ago, a spokesperson for Kate confirmed that she has been overseeing a project despite her preventative chemotherapy. Another senior royal aide described the Princess as a “driving force.”

Although Kate appears “keen” to be involved in projects close to her heart, Angela Levin suggests it may be some time before the public sees her again.

“She needs boosting; we all miss her and want her back as soon as possible. She is working on her young children’s activities, which can save billions, not just millions, by teaching them how to behave and be from a young age. And she’s very keen that that’s going ahead,” Levin told GB News.

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The royal expert elaborated: “She’s been keeping abreast of everything, but it doesn’t necessarily indicate an imminent return. Nonetheless, she’s very pleased with it. We all hope to see her soon. We miss her warmth, intelligence, and charm, and we anticipate her return. However, it’s unlikely she’ll resume her duties until the end of the year.”

While Levin suggests that Kate Middleton’s reintegration into royal life may take time, a royal source hinted to Us Weekly that the Princess of Wales “might not return to her previous role.”

The ongoing conspiracy theories surrounding her cancer diagnosis, as well as the controversy surrounding the ‘manipulated’ Mother’s Day photo she posted and later apologized for, have persisted for months.

Thus, the startling assertion in Us Weekly from an anonymous source may provoke concern. However, royal expert Christopher Andersen, author of The King, advises against premature conclusions.

“Kate is battling cancer, and it’s natural that she’s taking time away from the spotlight,” Andersen stated. “I have no doubt that she will resume her public duties once she’s confident she’s followed her doctors’ advice to conquer her illness.”

“Kate is deeply devoted to her family, but she also values her duty to her nation,” the expert added.

“She understands her roles as Princess of Wales, future queen, wife of a future king, and mother to a future monarch. Kate didn’t wait a decade to marry her prince just to fade into obscurity.”

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Expert Angela Levin echoed a similar sentiment, suggesting that Kate could potentially become even more beloved upon her return to royal duties.

However, Levin also cautioned that the transition might pose challenges for the Princess of Wales.

“…because if you’ve been quite isolated or just with a very small circle of family for some time, suddenly being thrust into the public eye with hundreds, millions of people eager to see you and cheer can be challenging,” Levin told GB News.

“So she needs to take it step by step. I believe she will because she’s already pacing herself. She doesn’t want to overexert herself, but it may still be quite challenging for her.”

To date, the video where Kate disclosed her cancer diagnosis remains the sole official update provided. Nevertheless, Prince William has offered glimpses into his wife’s recovery during his various royal engagements.

The most recent occurred just days ago when the future king met World War II veterans in Portsmouth, England, commemorating the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

During the event, one veteran inquired about Kate’s well-being.

In response, William affirmed, “Yes,” and added, “She would have loved to be here today.”

William shouldered a significant share of childcare duties when Kate spent 13 days at the London Clinic post-surgery. He also fulfilled numerous royal duties beyond his regular commitments while substituting for his father, King Charles, who is also undergoing cancer treatment.

In mid-April, William officially resumed royal duties, and many well-wishers took the opportunity to express their support for Kate’s recovery when they encountered him.

Undoubtedly, this year has been arduous for William and Kate, as well as their three young children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Nonetheless, according to a royal insider, William and Kate have grown “even closer.”

“The announcement that the royals will reduce their workload was unexpected, but it will afford Kate and William more time together,” a source disclosed to Us Weekly.

“Kate is feeling strong enough to be deeply involved with the children,” the insider added. “She remains an attentive parent.”

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Prince William breaks silence on Kate Middleton’s health status – their relationship even stronger amid cancer diagnosis.
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