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Kate Middleton cancer news: Princess and William ‘very anxious’ about taking throne amid Charles’ diagnosis



King Charles, Kate Middleton


William and Kate feel ‘intense anxiety’ at the prospect of becoming King and Queen in the wake of Charles’s cancer diagnosis, Princess Diana’s biographer has revealed.

The 75-year-old monarch is undergoing treatment at the same time as the Princess of Wales, leaving William to step in for both his father and wife at public engagements.

Tina Brown, former Vanity Fair editor who also penned the bestselling Diana Chronicles, wrote: “News of Charles’s cancer has put William and Catherine in frightening proximity to ascending the throne… the prospect of it, I am told, is causing them intense anxiety.”

Meanwhile, the BBC has said it received complaints from people who believed its coverage of the Princess of Wales’ cancer diagnosis was “excessive and insensitive”.


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Kate revealed she was undergoing treatment for cancer in an emotional video message released on March 22, in which she told others battling the disease “you are not alone”.

The broadcaster had aired the full video and said it was “mindful” of its reporting approach, and did not speculate on details that had not been made public.

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