Sarah Ferguson sends love to 'beautiful and kind' King Charles amid her own cancer battle
11.02.2024 - 17:53
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York has sent her “love” to King Charles following the news that he has been diagnosed with cancer. On Monday 5 February, Buckingham Palace announced that the monarch had been diagnosed with cancer – just weeks after Sarah, 64, revealed that she’d been diagnosed with a form of skin cancer, making it her second cancer diagnosis in less than a year. In a statement posted to Instagram back in January, Sarah opened up about her “shock” diagnosis and explained that she was “grateful for the many messages of love and support” after announcing the sad news.
The Duchess of York also added that she was in “good spirits” and that she was “blessed” to have the love and support of her family. And now, Sarah, who shares daughters princesses Beatrice and Eugenie with ex-husband Prince Andrew, has paid tribute to the “beautiful and kind” King and has sent her “love” to His Majesty amid his own health battle. “The most important thing that I say is that every single person who is going through difficult times, I wish all their family members so much love,” Sarah told The Sun on Sunday.
“Of course of all people the King is such a beautiful and kind man, he would want that too. “I think Queen Camilla said it very well a couple of days ago when she said that he is doing well under the circumstances,” Sarah added. The mum-of-two’s compassionate words for the King come after former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond spoke to OK! about what the monarch’s diagnosis means for the Royal Family.
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