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Kate Middleton’s mom Carole ‘needs reassurance’ after ‘desperately upsetting’ time: expert


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Kate Middleton’s mother, Carole Middleton, is in need of “reassurance” after finding out about her daughter’s cancer diagnosis, a royal expert has claimed.

After the Princess of Wales, 42, revealed her health woes to the world last month, her parents Carole, 69, and Michael, 74, have stepped in to support their grandchildren during this uncertain time.

And according to royal expert and former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond, the Princess’s cancer battle has taken a toll on her worried mother.

Kate Middleton’s mother Carole is in need of “reassurance” after finding out about her daughter’s cancer diagnosis, a royal expert has claimed. Getty Images

“We should also spare a thought for another mother in this — Carole Middleton,” Bond told The Mirror.

“Catherine may be 42, but she is still Carole’s little girl, and to watch her go through this and withstand the bullying pressure to explain must have been desperately upsetting.”

“She has no doubt been a tower of strength and a comforting presence for the children, but she, too, will need reassurance,” Bond added.

As Middleton undergoes treatment, her parents have reportedly been spending quality time with their grandkids Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.

They are also grandparents to daughter Pippa Middleton’s children: Arthur, 5, Grace, 3, and Rose, 1.

“They’ll have rallied around her, especially her young family,” royal commentator and biographer Duncan Larcombe told the Mirror last month. “Carole and Michael will have essentially thrown a safety blanket around the young children to help protect them.”

The Princess of Wales, 42, revealed her health woes to the world last month. AP

“In times like this for Kate, it is hugely important. It is crucial the children are looked after carefully,” he added.

Larcombe added that both Michael and Carole are also supporting William, whom they consider their “adopted son.”

Larcombe said that both Michael and Carole are “desperately upset” about their eldest daughter’s diagnosis.

Princess Kate’s parents Carole, 69, and Michael, 74, have stepped in to support their grandchildren. REUTERS

Since the Prince and Princess of Wales made Windsor their permanent home base last year, Carole and Michael have been able to spend more time with their grandchildren.

The pair are based in Berkshire, England, located just a mere 40-minute drive from Windsor.

Princess Kate revealed on March 22 that she has been undergoing chemotherapy treatment after doctors discovered the cancer during her planned abdominal surgery.

As Middleton undergoes treatment, her parents have reportedly been spending quality time with their grandkids Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5. PA Images via Getty Images

It’s understood that Middleton decided to share her cancer news with the world on that specific day as it was before her and William’s children left school for Easter break.

The Post revealed that the Waleses “sugarcoated” her health woes when breaking the news to their youngest son Prince Louis, but had a more “difficult” conversation with George and Charlotte.

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