The news is not all good about the condition of the Princess of Wales. According to those close to her, Kate Middleton received yet another cruel diagnosis from the doctors.

It seems that Prince William’s wife is now dealing with a new condition, and her mental state is not a good one.

The British royal family is going through the hardest times right now after King Charles and Kate Middleton were diagnosed with cancer. If in the past there have been conflicts in the royal family regarding money, infidelities or other problems, this time it is about serious illnesses, and the future of the British monarchy is in a moment of uncertainty.

Faced with this situation, a series of preparations and discussions about the possible scenarios that could arise in the near future have been triggered.

According to sources close to the British royal family, Kate Middleton is experiencing “intense anxiety”, caused both by the illness she suffers from, but also by the fact that she will have to assume a much more important role in the monarchy, after King Charles was diagnosed with cancer.

Since publicly announcing her cancer diagnosis in February, the 75-year-old monarch has been forced to significantly curtail her royal schedule and has taken on fewer public engagements, leading to a redistribution of responsibilities between members to his family and generated speculation about a possible succession to the throne.

“The news of King Charles’ cancer has given Prince William and Kate deep anxiety about the prospect of their ascension to the throne,” Tina Brown, former editor of Vanity Fair, told the Mirror.

“The prospect, I’m told, causes them intense anxiety,” she added. For 42-year-old Kate Middleton, the idea of becoming queen alongside William adds an extra burden to her situation.

She is expected to take on a greater number of official engagements and constant pressure on her role in the monarchy, adding to her anxiety about the future.

Mental health issues among international royals
Kate Middleton’s situation is not unique in the royal world. In recent years, several princesses have struggled with mental health issues.

For example, Princess Charlène of Monaco suffered from depression during pregnancy and was admitted to a mental health clinic after nearly dying from a severe ear, nose and throat infection during Princess Mette-Marit of Norway struggled with anxiety related to her fear of flying.

In Japan’s imperial family, there were even more pronounced cases of mental health problems among the princesses. Princess Masako suffered from severe depression for decades, attributed to the pressures of conceiving a son.

Princess Mako, on the other hand, is dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder due to the intense media coverage of her relationship with a commoner, which has led to a more low-key life abroad.

And of course, we can’t forget the ever-iconic Princess Diana, who struggled with eating disorders and mental health issues following her marriage to Prince Charles and the constant media pressure she was subjected to.

By admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *