How is Wimbledon patron the Princess Kate Middleton's health?

Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales is undergoing treatment for the cancer she was diagnosed with in February. The British media speak of a fluctuating situation

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How is Wimbledon patron the Princess Kate Middleton's health?
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Wimbledon patron, Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales Kate Middleton has shared an update on her health, publishing a touching letter in which she wanted to personally apologize to the Irish Guards for her absence at the Trooping The Color trials, the official parade celebrating the birthday of King Charles III and which is scheduled for 15 June. Obviously her absence is due to the health conditions of the princess who, last February, Kate announced that she had been diagnosed with cancer.

Kate, who is an honorary colonel of the Irish Guards after her marriage to Prince William, wrote:

"I appreciate everyone who practiced for months this year and dedicated many hours to ensure that their uniforms and drills were perfect. Being your Colonel remains a great honor for me, and I am very sorry not to be able to do the customary greeting at this year's ceremony. Please extend my apologies to the entire regiment, although I hope to be able to return to my role soon. Please send my best wishes and good luck to all involved."

HRH Kate Middleton
HRH Kate Middleton© Julian Finney / Staff Getty Images
 

Rumors coming from the British media reveal that Princess Kate is experiencing a moment of discouragement due to the side effects of the treatments she is undergoing. News then reported by many media around the world. In an interview with Fox News, Christopher Andersen, author of the book The King, explained:

"It's inevitable that the side effects of chemo will make that level of participation more difficult for Kate. The Princess of Wales doesn't want this to ruin the summer of Kate doesn't want them to worry about her. She's always believed it's her job to worry about them, and that means keeping George, Charlotte and Louis busy with the kinds of things they always do during the school holidays: riding, swimming, pajamas. party with cousins ​​and school friends. Kate is a real fighter. She has always been at the forefront when it comes to playing with children, participating in their games and races. She is very competitive and has always thrown herself into everything children's activities. Kate was always athletic; it was one of the reasons why William was attracted to her early on."

HRH Kate Middleton
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Kate - according to rumors coming from the British media - is undergoing adjuvant chemotherapy. Treatment may include the same drugs used for active or advanced cancer, sometimes given in the same doses. However, the duration of adjuvant chemotherapy cycles tends to be shorter than those used to treat more severe disease.

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