Prince William dealing with 'underlying anxiety' after wife Kate Middleton's cancer diagnosis, royal writer says

Prince William is dealing with “underlying anxiety” after his wife Kate Middleton was diagnosed with cancer, a royal commentator has said. Royal author Jenny Bond praised William in GB News after he was “wrongfully criticised” for not engaging in some public engagements.

Prince William is dealing with “underlying anxiety” after his wife Kate Middleton's cancer diagnosis, a royal writer said (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, File)(AP)

Journalist Don Neesom told Bond that the future king would “repeat history” due to “obviously different circumstances”, referring to the death of his mother Princess Diana. “It should be a fundamental concern for him,” Bond said.

'If I were him, 'Why me?'

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“If I were him, I would be thinking, 'Why me?' This happened when I was 15, and now I don't have my brother, I don't have my mother, I don't have my brother. My father has cancer, and now my wife, my beloved wife, my rock. , who is everything to me and three children, and why now?

“He's been very unfairly criticized for not doing as many public engagements as people want him to,” Bond continued.

“Well, now we know why. The poor monk was silent about it. He smiled, met, greeted and encouraged others. He has been championing causes and with all this happening in the background, there is incredible pressure on him,” he added.

In a heartbreaking video shared by Kensington Palace, Kate revealed that she has cancer and is undergoing preventive chemotherapy. She broke her silence after days of staying out of the public eye, sparking rumors and conspiracy theories.

William is said to continue to balance supporting Kate and maintaining her royal duties. She is expected to return to public duties after their children return to school after the Easter break.

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Kate and William will reportedly not attend the royal family's traditional Easter Sunday service at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. However, King Charles intends to attend with his wife, Queen Camilla.

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