The reason why Kate Middleton hid her cancer from Harry and Meghan

Last Friday, after a few very difficult weeks for the British Royal House due to the endless theories and speculation about Kate Middleton's state of health, Prince William's wife spoke out for the first time in a video in which she opened in channel and shared his reality.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
24 March 2024 Sunday 11:00
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The reason why Kate Middleton hid her cancer from Harry and Meghan

Last Friday, after a few very difficult weeks for the British Royal House due to the endless theories and speculation about Kate Middleton's state of health, Prince William's wife spoke out for the first time in a video in which she opened in channel and shared his reality.

In the audiovisual piece broadcast by the BBC, the Princess of Wales acknowledged that she had undergone abdominal surgery last January and announced that, although at first it seemed that everything was fine, doctors detected that she has cancer.

Middleton did not give many details about the illness, but she did want to ask for respect and privacy for her family in such difficult times and made it clear that she is undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Furthermore, the English aristocrat clarified that if they had not given the news before it had not been for anything other than because they needed to process what was happening to her, as well as have the time to talk to her children in an assertive and fair manner.

The social response to the announcement of the disease has been overwhelming. Thousands of people from all over the world have wanted to dedicate words of love, affection and support to the Princes of Wales, as well as many others have wanted to apologize for their previous actions and for having contributed to the distribution of speculation and theories in this regard.

According to the New York Post, Prince Harry and Megan learned of Middleton's diagnosis when she released the official video. ''They had no idea, they found out about the news almost at the same time as the rest of the world,'' a source told the newspaper.

Upon hearing the news, the Princes of Wales published a brief but forceful statement in which they sent their best wishes to the English aristocrat: ''We wish health and healing for Kate and her family and we hope they can do so privately and in peace." .

Days after the official announcement by Kate Middleton, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has publicly explained that the Royal House did not inform Megan and Harry about Kate's health status because "they cannot be trusted."

''There is a deep rift between the brothers, we know that (...) We also know that they apparently have not spoken in many months, and the reason, of course, is that for about four years they have caused innumerable problems for the royal family and that's why you can't trust them,'' he told The Sun.