Prince William breaks silence on social media after Kate's cancer announcement.  world News
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Prince William breaks silence on social media after Kate's cancer announcement. world News

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, returned to social media with his first post since his wife Princess Kate Middleton announced her cancer diagnosis. The post was in support of British soccer player Rachel Daly, who had announced her retirement from the sport.

Prince William returns to social media for the first time since Kate's cancer diagnosis (Chris Jackson/Pool Photo via AP, File)(AP)

Williams thanked Daly for his performances with the Lionesses and wished him success with Aston Villa.

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“@Lionnesses, thank you for such an unforgettable performance with @RachelDaly3. Lots of goals still for Villa! W,” Rajkumar wrote on X (formerly Twitter).

The post was signed “W” on both the Duke of Sussex's account and the Duchess of Sussex's account, suggesting the note was written by Prince William personally.

What do netizens say?

Netizens showered love as well as prayers for Princess Kate on the X (formerly Twitter) post, with one user commenting, “All the best for William and Kate!”

Another offered their well wishes, commenting, “Wishing her all the best for Katherine too, sending love from Florida.”

Another user wrote, “A prince is proud of his nation and love for his family.”

The comments section was filled with comments praying for the princess, like this one, “Sending healing thoughts and love to the princess.”

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Princess Kate revealed herself in a pre-recorded clip shared via the BBC network on March 22, 2024. Kate said that she is undergoing preventive chemotherapy.

The news was broken just before the Christmas holidays to the couple's three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

The Post reported that the princess “sugarcoated” her health issues when breaking the news to her youngest son Louis, but she had to have more “difficult” conversations with George and Charlotte.

Princess Kate's parents, Michael, 74, and Carole Middleton, 69, are supporting their grandchildren during this challenging time. While Prince William continues to balance his royal duties with caring for his wife during her cancer treatment.

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