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Kate Middleton’s cancer video announcement ‘took a lot’ for her to do: expert

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her health woes to the world, saying doctors discovered her cancer during a planned abdominal surgery in January.The mother of three, 42, noted that she is now in the early stages of undergoing “a course of preventative chemotherapy.”According to royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith, the Princess came across as “sincere, dignified, poised, and she was forthright” in her delivery.

However, it was no easy feat.“She is inherently shy, and for her to do that took a lot,” Bedell Smith told People.The author, who had penned over 16 books about the royals, said Middleton’s heartfelt message echoed a similar approach to the late Queen Elizabeth II’s speaking style.“When she ended with ‘You are not alone,’ it rang a bell with something that Queen Elizabeth would have said,” Bedell Smith shared. “It was very similar to what Queen Elizabeth said during COVID when she said, ‘We are all in this together.'”“She was mindful there are very few people who read about that or watched that who doesn’t know someone who has cancer.

She was mindful of that,” she continued. “It was a way of reassuring people not only about her condition but helping them have courage.”“There was not a trace of self-pity.

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