Prince William thanked everyone for their supportive messages during recent health issues affecting the royal family. He expressed gratitude at a charity event, acknowledging the kind messages for his wife and father.
Despite the seriousness of the situation, he managed to lighten the mood with a lighthearted remark. Kate Middleton couldn’t attend due to recovery from surgery, and King Charles is resting in Sandringham after a cancer diagnosis.
|Prince William’s Statement
|Expresses gratitude for support during King Charles and Kate Middleton’s health issues
|Prince Charles’ Recent Diagnosis
|Diagnosed with “a form of cancer” following treatment for an enlarged prostate
|Princess Catherine’s Recovery
|Recovering from “planned abdominal surgery”
|Prince William’s Engagement Speech
|Addressed the health issues of King Charles and Princess Catherine in a light-hearted manner
|King Charles’ Current Location
|Currently resting at Sandringham
Prince William Gives First Public Statement on King Charles and Kate Middleton’s Health
Prince William expresses gratitude to the supporters who have shown love and concern for the royal family during the recent health issues faced by King Charles and Kate Middleton.
The Prince of Wales resumed his royal duties on Wednesday, delivering a speech at London’s Air Ambulance Charity Gala Dinner in which he opened up about his father’s cancer diagnosis and his wife’s health condition for the first time.
“Good evening, everyone. Thank you all for being here tonight,” he began. “And thank you to all those whose hard work has made this evening possible.”
William continued, “I’d like to take this opportunity to extend my thanks for the kind messages of support for Catherine and for my father, especially in recent days. It means a great deal to us all.”
Lightening the mood, Prince William added, “It’s fair to say the past few weeks have had a rather ‘medical’ focus. So, I thought I’d come to an air ambulance function to get away from it all!”
The Princess of Wales was unable to attend as she is still recuperating from her “planned abdominal surgery.”
On Monday, February 5, Buckingham Palace announced that Charles, 75, had been diagnosed with “a form of cancer” following treatment for an enlarged prostate. He is currently resting at Sandringham.