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Queen Camilla Praises Adorable Young Well-Wishers For Showing Kate Middleton Love And Support

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Kate Middleton has found support from people all over the world since announcing her cancer diagnosis.

The 42-year-old mother of three shared her diagnosis through a video on March 22. In it, the Princess of Wales revealed that doctors had discovered the disease after she underwent abdominal surgery in January. She is currently undergoing “preventative chemotherapy.”

In the days that followed the announcement, celebrities and admirers have been sending Kate well-wishes and praise, including Princess Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer, and actress Shannen Doherty. But her fans in England have been showing the most love and support.

Recently, Queen Camilla was making an apperance at a farmers’ market during a royal event in Shrewsbury, England, when she spotted two young girls holding handmade signs for their favorite princess. So Camilla took a moment to say “hello” and thank them for supporting Kate.

According to an X post, the girls were 10-year-old Harriet and 6-year-old Lois. They both stood at the front of the crowd as Camilla was making her rounds, and they held signs decorated with hearts that read, “Send Our Love To Kate.”

The queen told the girls that she would make sure Kate got the signs and ensured that she “will be very thrilled” about them. She also promised Harriet and Lois that the princess would know who made them.

“I’ll make sure she knows they’ve come from you,” she said with a smile.

Kate Middleton Will Not Return To Her Public Duties For The Immediate Future

Queen Camilla is one of the only senior royal members who is still making public appearances. Kate has been taking time away since December, and King Charles is also taking a leave due to his cancer treatment. Prince William has been making fewer appearances while he spends time with his wife and family.

“This of course came as a big shock and William and I have been doing everything we can to process this and manage this privately for the sake of our young family,” she said during her announcement. “…But most importantly, it has taken time to explain this to George, Charlotte and Louis in a way that is appropriate for them and to be able to explain to them that I’m going to be OK.”

Kate Middleton did not reveal any details about her cancer diagnosis.

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