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The Princess of Wales deeply and her husband, Prince William, expressed gratitude for the overwhelming support they’ve received since she announced her cancer diagnosis, according to a spokesperson from Kensington Palace.

On Friday, Catherine revealed she was undergoing preventive chemotherapy after tests following her major abdominal surgery in January confirmed the presence of cancer. Describing the cancer discovery as a “huge shock,” the 42-year-old wife of the heir to the throne expressed her feelings.

This news adds to the health challenges faced by the British royal family, as King Charles is also undergoing treatment for cancer.

Kate’s video message, filmed at Windsor Castle on Wednesday, stirred an outpouring of support from well-wishers.

“The Princess of Wales and The Princess of Wales deeply find the kind messages from people here in the UK, across the commonwealth, and around the world in response to Her Royal Highness’s message enormously touching,” stated a spokesperson from Kensington Palace on Saturday.

“They feel extremely moved by the public’s warmth and support, and they appreciate the understanding of their request for privacy at this time.”

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The duration of Kate’s treatment remains uncertain, but it’s anticipated she may attend events as she feels up to it, in accordance with medical advice. However, this won’t signify a return to full-time duties.

William will continue juggling his support for his wife and family with his official duties, a responsibility he has upheld since her operation.

The Princess of Wales plans to resume his public duties after his children return to school following the Easter break. He and his wife won’t be present at the royal family’s Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel, which the king hopes to attend with the queen if his health permits.

According to the Telegraph, it’s unlikely to be a large family gathering or service as Charles has temporarily paused his public-facing royal duties.

The palace confirmed Catherine commenced her chemotherapy treatment in late February. Her public announcement coincided with the start of the children’s Easter holiday.

The palace disclosed Catherine’s intention to provide a medical update to dispel speculation triggered by her admission to the London Clinic on January 16 for major abdominal surgery. Although the palace didn’t confirm her condition at the time, it clarified it was non-cancerous.

Speculation intensified when some of the world’s largest picture agencies recalled the first official photograph of the Princess of Wales released after her surgery earlier this month, alleging manipulation.

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