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First photo of cancer-stricken Kate Middleton during her public comeback

First photo of cancer-stricken Kate Middleton during her public comeback

First photo of cancer-stricken Kate Middleton during her public comeback

All eyes are on Princess Kate Middleton, who returned to public view this Saturday after treatment for cancer during the traditional military parade organized in honor of the birthday of King Charles III.

Although it has been six months – since her last appearance just before Christmas – since she refused any public commitment to undergo preventive chemotherapy, the Princess of Wales appeared at the festive event due to “good progress” in her treatment.

“I’m making good progress”

In a message posted on social media, Prince William’s wife gave her first update on his health since announcing her illness via video in late March. “I’m making good progress, but as anyone going through chemotherapy knows, there are good days and bad days,” Kate, 42, wrote in a post along with a photo taken this week in Windsor, according to the service.

She clarified that her treatment should continue for “a few more months” and described how on the worst days she feels “weak, tired” and, on the contrary, wants to “make the most of the moments when she feels better.”

“I’m looking forward to attending the King’s Birthday Parade this weekend with my family and hope to be able to take part in some public events this summer, although I know I’m not out of the woods yet,” she announces again: thanking the public for their support.

He is usually present in large numbers at this military parade, called “Salute to the Banner” (“Returning the Color”) and marking the sovereign’s birthday in June since 1748, even if Charles III will celebrate his 76th birthday on November 14th.

Source: Le Parisien

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