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Prince William returns to work after Kate diagnosis

Who is supporting Kate Middleton


Kate Middleton continues to stay out of the public eye as she battles cancer and William is back at work.

It has been almost a month since Kate Middleton ‘s announcement about her health problem and the preventive chemotherapy she will undergo.

For the past few weeks Prince William, Catherine and their three children have been isolated at Anmer Hall, but it was only yesterday that William returned to his princely duties.

Back to duty for William

The 41-year-old visited food distribution charity Surplus to Supper, which aims to bridge the gap between food waste and food poverty across Surrey and London.

After helping out in the kitchen, the father-of-three helped pack the lorry with boxes of food before climbing into the passenger seat for the delivery at the Hanworth Center in Feltham, west London.

In William’s first videos on the Instagram account he maintains with Kate, the comment from his fans was twofold. Fans were happy to see William again and that he was smiling and cheerful. On the other hand, there were also those who sent wishes to Kate.

As the Princess of Wales continues to take time out of the limelight to focus on her cancer treatment, she continues to spend a lot of time at Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

Kate feels most at home in Norfolk,’ a source told OK! and emphasized:

“He has quite a few close friends there. The Van Cutsems live nearby, as do Tom and Polly Coke (Cook). Laura Meade is a friend who offers comfort to the princess, as do the Carter girls.

During this stressful time, it’s important that Kate surrounds herself with people she can rely on as she prepares to re-enter royal life. Fortunately, her closest friends have formed a strong circle of trust around her, » said a person close to Kate.

Anmer Hall was anyway Kate’s first home when she married William and she also stayed there during her early days as a new mum when she had just had Prince George.

Who else supports Middleton?

Kate’s loyal friends, including Emilia Jardine-Paterson, Sophie Snuggs, Lady Laura Meade and Natasha Archer, will no doubt be there to offer practical and emotional support to Middleton, proving they are among the women in Kate’s life who help her in everything, especially in this difficult time.

Apparently, Kate can’t actually move to Norfolk, as Adelaide Cottage, Wales’ main residence, is too close to Lambrook, Charlotte, George and Louis’ school. And yet, William and Kate have a network of people to support them, including cricketer Kevin Pietersen and his wife Jessica Taylor.

Maria Teresa, Kate’s rock

Kate has a number of friends at Windsor as well and the relationships she has built through those children’s friendships with their children.

Of course, Middleton’s parents and siblings remain by her side and, of course, the most important person for Kate, 11 years now, the nanny of her children, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.

Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo
Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo

Kate has reportedly said Maria is worth her weight in gold and can trust her 100% with her children as she continues her recovery,’ says former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond.

« Fortunately, from what we know of Mary (which is commendably very little because she is so discreet), she is content to spend her life helping others, a religious woman who, as people in her hometown say, could have been nun if she hadn’t become a nanny and would never have left Kate, especially now.’

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