A Sussex and Wales Reunion: Princess Kate's Cancer Diagnosis to End the Years-Long Feud With Harry and Meghan

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Kate, Princess of Wales' cancer diagnosis could end rift with Harry and Meghan.

Mar. 23 2024, Published 12:54 p.m. ET

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After four years of feuding, Catherine, Princess of Wales,' cancer diagnosis could be what finally ends her and Prince William's feud with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

"Maybe this could reunite the family, but I am not necessarily seeing that, if I am really honest," royal commentator Neil Sean told an outlet.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left the royal family four years ago.

"We wish health and healing for Kate and the family, and hope they are able to do so privately and in peace," the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared to media outlets through their representative about HRH's diagnosis on Friday, March 22.

The royal rebels did not release any further information on the princess' condition, or if they planned to visit with her like Harry did when King Charles announced his battle with cancer. Their plea for Kate to have a "peaceful" treatment process comes amid one of their friends pushing a conspiracy about Her Royal Highness.

"I've compiled a few older videos of William and Kate walking together, as well as the recent video from Windsor Farm," tech CEO Christopher Bouzy shared on his X profile. "Take a look and decide for yourself if it’s Kate or not. In my opinion, we still haven’t seen Kate in public."

He added: "We were told Kate was recovering and would resume her royal duties shortly. Yet, in the recent video, she is holding a bag and moving briskly. If she’s capable of such activity, why isn’t she back to fulfilling her royal duties yet?"

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex' 'sources' criticized Princess Kate's Mother's Day photo.

Bouzy is the CEO of Bot Sentinel and has long been an outspoken defender of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. He was a "little-known" player in the wider tech industry before turning his sights on criticisms of the British royal family, typically involving matters of race, in 2022, according to an outlet.

When the docuseries premiered on the streamer on December 8, 2022, he shared: "Let's go! I guess I can officially announce I am in the Harry and Meghan docuseries. I want to thank everyone who has supported Bot Sentinel’s research and allowed us to expose the targeted hate campaign against Harry and Meghan."

His insight follows recent reports that sought to compare how the former Suits star would have been treated in Princess Kate's place had it been her to release the heavily edited Mother's Day photo.

"We'll probably never know whether Harry and Meghan got a twinge of pleasure from Kate's blushes," PR executive Jack Izzard dished about the image. "But what they should definitely get out of the Kensington Palace cock-up is a PR opportunity."

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Princess Kate will likely not be able to complete royal duties until 'September' 2024.

The Princess of Wales is believed to be estranged from both royals and reportedly has not spoken to Meghan since Queen Elizabeth II's funeral in September 2022.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not been in Britain as a couple since September 2022.

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Fox News interviewed Sean.

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