Kate Middleton was forced to reveal her cancer due to the threat of the news leaking

It was last March 22, after two months of speculation and theories due to the questionable communication strategy of the British Royal House, when Kate Middleton revealed that he suffers from cancer and was receiving preventive chemotherapy. The Princess of Wales assured that she had not communicated it until then because she had to find the right moment to tell her three children. George, Louis y Charlotte, and asked for respect for his privacy and that of his family. Eleven days later, new details have become known about the reason why Prince William’s wife decided to tell it at that time.

Daily Mail This Tuesday, she announced exclusively that Kate was forced to tell it due to the growing threat of the news being leaked to the press. From the aforementioned tabloid they claim that someone contacted Kensington Palace to confirm the information about the future queen’s illness and then they decided that it was better to get ahead of the news. “This left us no choice but to rush to get ahead of history,” they point out.

The question is who had leaked it? In this sense, the aforementioned British media maintains that “it is not clear whether the leak came from The London Clinic, where the princess underwent abdominal surgery in January, or from another place.”

It must be remembered that the unknowns regarding the state of health and the whereabouts of the Princess of Wales grew during those days due to the retouched photograph that the princes shared on their social networks and the video that was broadcast on The Sun, the first since the operation. “What’s wrong with Kate Middleton?” was one of the most frequently asked questions around the world.

Kate Middleton’s revelation

“In January I underwent major abdominal surgery in London and at the time my condition was thought to be non-cancerous,” Charles III’s daughter-in-law said from her Adelaide Cottage residence in Windsor. “The surgery was successful. However, post-operative tests discovered that there was cancer. Therefore, my medical team recommended that I undergo treatment for preventive chemotherapy and now I am in the early stages of that treatment,” he explained.

And he lamented: “It has been a great shock for us and both Guillermo and I have been doing everything we can to process and manage this privately for the sake of our family. As you can imagine, this has taken time. It has taken time to recover from major surgery and to be able to begin my treatment.” Above all, Kate and Guillermo always thought about their children: “But, most importantly, it has taken us time to explain everything to George, Charlotte and Louis in a way that is appropriate for them, and to reassure them that I am going to be okay.”.

Kate’s convalescence coincides with that of the King of England, Charles III, who revealed in early February that he was diagnosed with cancer after undergoing an enlarged prostate. As with Middleton, the British Royal House has not revealed what type of cancer it is. The sovereign, for his part, reappeared for the first time in public this Sunday, at the Easter Mass. The event took place at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, the same one where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married in May 2018. He appeared accompanied by his wife, Queen Camilla, who, like William, due to the situation current, has taken a step forward in tasks of institutional representation.