“I’m making a lot of progress but I’m not out of the woods.”

Good news comes from Kensington Palace. The Wale’s princess has reappeared on her social networks this Friday afternoon with a beautiful image from the garden of her residence in Anmer Hall accompanied by an extensive statement in which she offers her latest health report in the midst of cancer treatment and announces her long-awaited return. to public life: it will be this Saturday at the parade Trooping de Colour.

This is one of the most important events in the annual agenda of the British royal family and for days rumors had been pointing to a small appearance by Kate Middleton. This is how it will finally be. The princess will parade in the carriage with her children, George, Charlotte y Louise, and will also go up to the balcony of Buckingham Palace along with the rest of the Windsors to greet the crowd. He also announces that he will not be the only one and that he will return to the public scene little by little: “I’m looking forward to attending the King’s Birthday Parade this weekend with my family and hope to join in on some public engagements over the summer, but I also know I’m not out of the woods yet.”

He also speaks at length about his illness. Kate was diagnosed with cancer last March after undergoing abdominal surgery: “I’m making a lot of progress, but as anyone who’s going through chemotherapy knows, there are good days and bad days. On those bad days you feel weak, tired, and you have to give in to letting your body rest. But on the good days, when you feel stronger, you want to make the most of feeling good”, has explained. “My treatment is ongoing and will be for a few more months. On the days I feel well enough, it is a pleasure to get involved with school life, dedicate personal time to the things that give me energy and positivity, as well as start to work a little from home.”

The future queen of England confesses that she is “learning to be patient, especially in the face of uncertainty” now “taking each day as it comes, listening to my body and allowing myself to take this much-needed time to heal.”

Finally, thank you for all the support you have received in recent weeks: “Thank you so much for your continued understanding and to all who have so bravely shared their stories with me.” She adds: “I have been blown away by all the kind messages of support and encouragement over the last few months. It has really made a big difference to William and I and has helped us both through some of the most difficult times.”