Prince William confirms Princess Kate is 'doing well' as royal provides health update

Prince William confirms Princess Kate is 'doing well' as royal provides health update

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Dorothy Reddin

By Dorothy Reddin

Published: 30/04/2024

- 18:42

Updated: 30/04/2024

- 19:52

The Prince of Wales stepped out in Newcastle today

Prince William confirmed Princess Kate is "doing well" as the royal provided an important health update today.

The Prince of Wales stepped out in Newcastle where he was asked by a royal fan about how the Princess of Wales is handling her cancer treatment.

Julie Cain, 60, asked William: "Do you mind if I ask how your wife and children are?"

William replied: "All doing well, thank you. Yes, we're doing well."

Kate Middleton and Prince William

Prince William provided an update on Princess Kate today


​The Prince of Wales arrived at James's Place today, a suicide prevention charity in the city.

William met families outside James's Place before opening the venue which offers free treatment to suicidal men.

The centre is one of several belonging to the charity set up by the family of James Wentworth-Stanley who killed himself aged 21 in 2006.

Wentworth-Stanley's brother is Harry Wentworth-Stanley who in June 2022 married Cressida Bonas, the former girlfriend of William's brother Prince Harry.

Prince William

Prince William speaking to well-wishers in Newcastle


The heir to the throne shook hands with the well-wishers draped in Union Jack flags.

William stepped out in the North West this afternoon, after visiting an Earthshot Prize finalist company in Seaham.

Meanwhile, his father King Charles returned to public duties as Princess Kate is continuing her cancer treatment.

Prince William

Prince William is continuing royal duties as his wife currently battles cancer


Prince William

Prince William admitted his wife and the children are 'doing well'


Also outside James's Place today, Sadie Stewart, six, handed William a card to congratulate him on his 13th wedding anniversary, which was on April 29.

The schoolgirl, who was with her mother Carole, 48, said: "It was very, very good to chat to him. He is really nice.

"He is showing his children the card later which makes me very happy. I'm going to tell everyone at school."

Carole added: "We've been here since 10am. It's something the children will remember for the rest of their lives."

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