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Kate Middleton Shares Story Highlighting Mental Health

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For the first time since disclosing her cancer diagnosis earlier this year, Kate Middleton has rejoined Prince William.

The 41-year-old Princess of Wales did this to highlight the mental health issues that young farmers face in a post that she and the Prince of Wales co-shared.

“This #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek we’ve brought together the inspirational Sam Stables from We Are Farming Minds and the brilliant Farmer Will for a very special film,” the royal couple announced on X (previously Twitter) via the Kensington Royal account.

“Spending a day together on Sam’s farm in Hereford they chatted about mental health in the farming community, finding support and the Duchy of Cornwall’s Mental Health Strategy.”

The Princess clearly worked with Prince William on the video’s development, even if she isn’t in it. People can watch it on YouTube. This effort was started before she became ill, demonstrating her lengthy history of advocating for mental health.

The Princess’s most recent video address to the world was a poignant one in which she requested for privacy while starting preventative chemotherapy. After she underwent scheduled abdominal surgery in January, there was conjecture about her disappearance until her announcement in March. Although the condition was initially suspected to be non-cancerous, a second diagnosis verified its existence.

Kate has talked about how difficult it can be to talk to her kids, George, Charlotte, and Louis, about her condition.

The 75-year-old King Charles III, who is also battling cancer, has gone back to his royal duties. The king has been actively carrying out his responsibilities; he just finished five engagements in a span of two days. During his brief journey to the UK, he was unable to see Prince Harry due of his packed itinerary.

However, Kate would not be present at any public events in the near future. For example, she is not anticipated to be present at the June 7 wedding ceremony at Chester Cathedral between Olivia Henson and the Duke of Westminster. Kensington Palace reports that Prince William will be there for the historic event in his role as an usher.

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