Harry and Meghan 'do need to apologise': Sarah Vine blasts Sussexes 'staying silent in Montecito'

Harry and Meghan 'do need to apologise': Sarah Vine blasts Sussexes 'staying silent in Montecito'
Sarah Vine - Harry and Meghan 'do need to apologise - staying …
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Gabrielle Wilde

By Gabrielle Wilde

Published: 25/03/2024

- 12:36

It comes as the Princess of Wales has revealed she has been diagnosed with cancer

Royal commentator Sarah Vine has told Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to "apologise" to the Royal Family after it has been revealed that Kate has been diagnosed with cancer.

The Princess of Wales released a heartfelt video message on Friday, where she told the public she has been diagnosed with a form of cancer and will be having preventative chemotherapy.

Harry and Meghan Markle are understood to have made contact with William and Kate "privately" on Friday night following the announcement. The possibility of Harry flying back to the UK, like he did when he found out about King Charles's cancer diagnosis, is unknown.

Sources told the New York Post that the Sussexes had "no idea" about Kate's cancer diagnosis.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been told to "apologise"


The Royal expert Sarah Vine said: "They really do need to apologise. Can I just say that? I mean stress is a major factor in cancer.

"I mean they have said much worse things about the King and the Princess of Wales than anyone in the mainstream media has said, to be honest."

A royal commentator told The Sun, Kate did not tell Harry and Meghan about her cancer because they "can't be trusted".

Sarah Vine also noted that Princess Catherine did not make her health battle public knowledge so she could "protect" her children.

Kate MiddletonKate announced in an emotional video that she had been diagnosed with cancerPA

In her video message Kate said spoke of “an incredibly tough couple of months for our entire family”, as she revealed the heartbreaking moment she and William contemplated breaking the news to their young children.

The princess did not reveal what type of cancer she is suffering from, but confirmed she has begun a course of preventative chemotherapy, which started in February.

Kensington Palace said Kate continued to have a positive mindset for her recovery and is in good spirits.

The princess said she had assured her children that she is “well and getting stronger every day”.

Sarah Vine

Sarah Vine said that the "children need to be protected"

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Kate described her plight as “a huge shock” and confirmed she had, together with her William, 41, personally broken the news to their children – but told them: “I am going to be ok.”

Kate was admitted to hospital on January 16 for major abdominal surgery, which has been confirmed as successful.

At the time of her operation it was thought that the condition was non-cancerous, as no tests had confirmed the presence of cancer.

Post-operative tests confirmed cancer had been present.

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