Prince William Shares First Social Media Message After Kate’s Update

Prince William shares first social media post weeks after Kate Middleton’s diagnosis

Prince William returned to social media with a particular purpose.

For the first time since Kate Middleton shared that she was diagnosed with cancer on March 22, William shared his first post on social media to honor the English footballer Rachel Dalywho is retiring from the women’s national team after eight years.

The 41-year-old shared the Aston Villa player’s message on his Instagram Story on April 10, writing: “Thank you for so many unforgettable performances with @lionesses, @raheldaly3.”

He added “A lot more goals for Villa now”, before signing off with a simple “W”.

William’s post marks the first post on the Prince and the Princes of Wales’ joint Instagram account since Kate’s video updating the world on her health journey three and a half weeks ago. In the video, the 42-year-old said she was diagnosed with an unnamed form of cancer after undergoing abdominal surgery in January and began preventative chemotherapy.

“Of course this was a huge shock, and William and I have done everything we can to process and manage this privately for the sake of our young family,” said Kate, who shares Prince Georgeten, Princess Charlotte8, and Prince Louis, 5 years old, with William — said in the video. “As you can imagine, this took a while.”

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