Prince William shares Kate Middleton health update

About a month after Kate Middleton revealed she had been diagnosed with cancer, Prince William has given an update on her health. At a royal engagement ceremony in Newcastle, England, he was asked: "Do you mind if I ask how your wife and children are doing?"

In a video posted on May 1 documenting the conversation, the Prince of Wales responded briefly: "We're all doing well, thank you." The viewer further asked: "Catherine, apparently?" The prince again replied: " We are all doing well."

The engagement is Prince William's third official public appearance since his wife announced her diagnosis on March 22 via a two-minute video posted on the Kensington Royal X account (formerly Twitter). In the video, she explained that her medical team discovered the cancer after scheduled abdominal surgery in January. She asked for "time, space and privacy" when she left public duties to undergo treatment.

"My condition was not thought to be cancer. However, tests after surgery revealed that cancer was already present." Middleton said doctors recommended that she undergo a round of preventive chemotherapy to prevent the cancer from spreading further. "I'm in the early stages of treatment now."

Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, shared her cancer diagnosis in March. X/@KensingtonRoyal

The princess described the diagnosis as a "shock" for her and her husband, adding that they "spent some time" explaining the condition to their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, in a " [It’s] suitable for them.”

"Like I told them, I'm fine and I'm getting stronger every day by focusing on things that help me heal my mind, body and spirit," Middleton continued, before getting Concluding that she must now "focus on creating a better life." full HP resurrection. "

A Kensington Palace spokesman later said the couple had been "touched" by the response to Middleton's cancer diagnosis. "They are overwhelmed by the public's enthusiasm and support and appreciate the understanding of their privacy request at this time," the statement released on March 23 said.

William's new comments come just days after the couple marked their 13th wedding anniversary, which they marked with a newly released photo taken at the 2011 royal wedding.