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A princesa de Gales di que está a un tratamento contra o cancro




A BBC informa quet A Princesa de Gales atópase nas primeiras fases do tratamento despois de que se detectara cancro nas probas. – report by Sean Coughlan BBC Royal correspondent

In a video statement, Catherine says it was a “huge shock” after an “incredibly tough couple of months”.

But she sent a positive message, saying: “I am well and getting stronger every day.”

Non se revelaron os detalles do cancro, pero o Palacio de Kensington di que confía en que a princesa se recupere por completo.

The princess’s statement explains that when she had abdominal surgery in January, it was not known that there was any cancer.

“However tests after the operation found cancer had been present. My medical team therefore advised that I should undergo a course of preventative chemotherapy and I am now in the early stages of that treatment,” said the princess.

O tratamento de quimioterapia comezou a finais de febreiro. O palacio di que non compartirá máis información médica privada.


The princess, 42, said she was thinking of all those who have been affected by cancer, adding: “For everyone facing this disease, in whatever form, please do not lose faith or hope. You are not alone.”

Catherine dixo que a recuperación da súa cirurxía en xaneiro, por unha condición que non foi revelada, levaba tempo e que a prioridade agora era tranquilizar á súa familia.

“William and I have been doing everything we can to process and manage this privately for the sake of our young family.”

The princess added: “It has taken us time to explain everything to George, Charlotte and Louis in a way that is appropriate for them, and to reassure them that I am going to be ok.”

She said the family now needs “some time, space and privacy”.

The King and Queen had been informed of the news about the princess’s health prior to Friday’s announcement – and King Charles himself has also been undergoing treatment for cancer.

Agora non se espera que Catalina e o príncipe Guillermo aparezan coa familia real o domingo de Pascua e non haberá ningún retorno anticipado ás funcións oficiais para a princesa.

The palace also said Prince William’s sudden absence from a memorial service on 27 February was because of the discovery of Catherine’s cancer diagnosis.

A parella enfrontouse a unha intensa especulación pública e un frenesí nas redes sociais sobre a súa saúde, desde a súa operación en xaneiro. Non asistiu a ningún acto oficial desde o Nadal.

In her video statement, she spoke about the support from her family: “Having William by my side is a great source of comfort and reassurance too.

“As is the love, support and kindness that has been shown by so many of you. It means so much to us both.”

O palacio de Kensington dixo que o vídeo da princesa foi filmado o mércores por BBC Studios, o brazo de produción da BBC.

In a statement, BBC News said: “Along with other media, BBC News was briefed by Kensington Palace on the announcement this afternoon.”

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said Catherine had shown “tremendous bravery” with her statement, wishing her a “speedy recovery”.

He said: “In recent weeks she has been subjected to intense scrutiny and has been unfairly treated by certain sections of the media around the world and on social media.

“When it comes to matters of health, like everyone else, she must be afforded the privacy to focus on her treatment and be with her loving family.”

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said his thoughts were with the Royal Family, adding he was “heartened” by Catherine’s “optimistic tone and her message of faith and hope”.

He said: “Any cancer diagnosis is shocking. But I can only imagine the added stress of receiving that news amid the lurid speculation we’ve seen in recent weeks.”

William and Catherine are “entitled to privacy and, like any parents, will have waited to choose the right moment to tell their children”.

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