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Kate Middleton out and about after cancer diagnosis | World News – Times of India

Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, has been “out and about” with family in recent weeks, in contrast to her near absence from the public glare for a while. The Princess of Wales has kept a low profile since her cancer diagnosis that came after a maelstrom over a “manipulated picture”. According to a report in The Mail Online, Kate is venturing out once more, but the palace has stressed she still needs time and space to recover.The palace also stated that the Princess of Wales is “so touched” after receiving “tens of thousands” of get-well cards, according to palace officials. Earlier, a report claimed that Kate Middleton wouldn’t appear in public this year.
The statement came a week after she gave her major project update since beginning her cancer treatment. Her Royal Foundation Business Taskforce for Early Childhood released a report that stated if businesses adopt more family-friendly working practices, £45.5 billion could be added to the economy a year.
Earlier, Prince William and Kate Middleton issued a rare joint statement on social media following a Spitfire crash near an RAF base. In an X post, the Prince and Princess of Wales expressed their “incredible sadness” over the accident that the left the aircraft pilot dead. The @KensingtonRoyal X account posted: “The aircraft crashed in a field during a Battle of Britain event. Incredibly, sad to hear of the news this afternoon from RAF Coningsby. Our thoughts this evening are with the pilot’s loved ones, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, and the wider RAF family. W & C.”
Earlier, on May 11, Prince William had said his wife is “doing well”.Earlier, the 42-year-old Princess of Wales appealed for her family to have time, space and privacy when she announced her diagnosis of an undisclosed form of cancer on March 22. She said she had begun chemotherapy. The news came after King Charles III, her father-in-law, announced his own cancer diagnosis. Charles returned to public-facing duties last week after Buckingham Palace said doctors were encouraged by his progress, even as his treatment continues.