Kate Middleton most cancers: Girl who beat most cancers in lockdown after help from princess ‘sad’ after princess’s prognosis | EUROtoday

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A younger most cancers survivor who met the Princess of Wales whereas being handled for the illness has despatched Kate an inspiring message of hope.

Kate met Mila Sneddon in 2021 after her story touched the princess. Now eight years previous and in remission, Mila urged the princess: “You will be brave because I was and you will fight it like I did.”

Mila, from Stenhousemuir, close to Falkirk in Scotland, met the longer term queen after her image was included in Kate’s images undertaking through the coronavirus pandemic. She had come to symbolise isolation throughout lockdown after being pictured kissing the kitchen window in her house as her father stood exterior.

Kate talks to Mila forward of a Christmas service in 2021


The little woman had been present process chemotherapy for leukaemia and was photographed separated from her father through the first lockdown as a result of he needed to maintain working and couldn’t threat bringing Covid into the household house.

Kate and Mila spoke on the telephone after the picture was amongst 100 chosen for the Hold Still exhibition and ebook.

They met in May 2021 when Mila and her household had been invited to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh the place they each wore pink.

The schoolgirl is now reported to be planning to make a get-well card to want Kate a speedy restoration.

Mila’s mom, Lynda Sneddon, shared on Twitter/X: “We are deeply saddened upon hearing the news about Catherine.

“A kind caring soul who has always championed Mila both during and after her treatment. Mila is equally sad to hear this news and will reach out privately in her own way.”

Mila’s mom mentioned Kate’s announcement on Friday, that she was present process a course of “preventative chemotherapy”, had come on the two-year anniversary of Mila being in remission.

Ms Sneddon instructed The Mail on Sunday: “We were shopping when we heard the news. Mila turned to me and told me she wanted to make and send Kate a card. So Mila will make contact in her own private way.

“Kate showed Mila such compassion, care and support both during and post-treatment. So it’s been very emotional to see she is now facing her own health struggles.”

She continued: “Cancer is like a community and a club that no one wants to be in.

“We are very sad to hear she has joined the club but the Sneddons are completely behind her and we wish her the very best.

“We have nothing but admiration for her to have been able to come out and publicly tell her story.”

Kate’s sort of most cancers has not been disclosed, however in her assertion the princess pressured she is “well and getting stronger every day”.

Both she and the Prince of Wales are mentioned to be “enormously touched” and “extremely moved” by the general public’s heat and help following the announcement.