Princess Kate gets tired quickly

Insiders told how Kate Middleton feels now that she was diagnosed with cancer, and how this situation affected her family.


According to sources, the news of his wife's illness surprised William: "The day the family found out about it was the same day Prince William suddenly changed his plans and did not attend the funeral of his godfather, King Constantine of Greece," insiders said. They say William was almost more shocked by the news than his wife, but quickly stepped up and became a "real support" to Kate: "Kate gets tired quickly. Now she needs William's support more than ever. And William he tries to be close to her all the time and helps her in everything".


Insiders also shared how Kate and William told their children about what was happening. The couple were more open with their older children, but the conversation was "difficult," Grant Harrold, who worked as a butler for seven years when King Charles III was still Prince of Wales, told the New York Post. "I'm sure it was a very difficult conversation with the older children. For Louis, the conversation was more abstract than with George and Charlotte," he said. "The older kids understand more, so the conversation with them was a bit more open, but certainly in a positive way, which is very important. That's why when you look at a picture of Kate with three children now, your eyes water. "For a mother such a conversation is very important and Charlotte and George will provide her with good support."


Kate, 42, also mentioned this in her video message, noting that it "took them a while to explain everything to George, Charlotte and Louis".


Kate Middleton's absence from the public eye since Christmas, following abdominal surgery, has given rise to numerous conspiracy theories. To put an end to the speculation, Kate Middleton had to make a public video announcement and talk about her illness. Earlier, King Charles III was also diagnosed with cancer: due to illness, he temporarily withdrew from royal duties. /BGNES