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Cancer affects three members of the British royal family at the same time

Cancer affects three members of the British royal family at the same time

King Charles III, Princess of Wales Kate Middleton and Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson are undergoing cancer treatment

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The video in which Kate Middleton announced that she was undergoing cancer treatment surprised and aroused the emotions of millions of people in the United Kingdom and around the world. The Princess of Wales turned 42 in January. She is a mother of three children.

The official news puts an end to nearly three months of speculation about his health. Among the rumors is that she died after donating her kidney to her father-in-law, King Charles III, aged 75, who was also undergoing chemotherapy for cancer.

In addition to the wife of Prince William and the King of Britain, the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, 64 years old, the former wife of Prince Andrew and mother of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, is fighting skin cancer after less than a year. Undergoing surgery for a breast tumor.

The Windsor clan is experiencing an unprecedented situation where three members are suffering from the same disease at the same time. The last time the monarchy faced something similar was in the early 1950s, when King George VI, father of the future Queen Elizabeth, was diagnosed with lung cancer.


He died in February of the following year at the age of 56. His mother, Queen Mary of Teck, died 13 months later from the same illness, aged 85.

King George VI and his mother, Queen Mary of Teck: died of lung cancer just over a year apart

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