Prince William Resumes Official Activities After Kate’s Cancer Diagnosis


Britain’s Crown Prince William resumed his official duties on Thursday with a visit to a food aid charity. It was his first official outing since his wife, Princess Kate, announced she had cancer.


According to videos shared by British journalists, the 41-year-old prince arrived in the afternoon at Surplus for Supper, a charity that redistributes surplus food in Surrey, west of London. He is then expected at a youth centre in the British capital that receives regular food from the charity.

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Founded in 2017, ‘Surplus for Supper’ redistributes more than three tons of food daily. According to Kensington Palace, that amounts to the equivalent of three million meals saved from food waste. This highlights the environmental aspect of the project, one of Prince William’s priorities.

Princess Kate unexpectedly announced in a video message at the end of March that she has cancer. The 42-year-old wife of the British heir to the throne has been undergoing preventive chemotherapy for several weeks. In the video message, she said she was positive about her recovery.

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