Prince William discovers his 'second mother' as Kate Middleton undergoes cancer treatment: No, it's not Queen Camilla

Prince William has found a „second” mother. Although people assume William's father is Queen Camilla, wife of King Charles, that's not the case, it's none other than the Prince of Wales, according to the Daily Mirror. Saw him in a pub with his mother-in-law.

An insider has revealed to the British tabloid that Kate Middleton's mother has become like a „second mum” to the prince. Carole, 69, has been supporting Kate as she undergoes cancer treatment.

Carole, along with her husband Mike, has been staying with the Royal Family since Easter. They are said to live at Anmer Hall in Sandringham Estate.

Prince William was previously spotted at a pub in Norfolk with his mother-in-law, while the Princess of Wales was at home recovering from cancer in what was a „very low-key” affair, with no „big fanfare”.

„He walked into the pub and appeared to be with Carole Middleton. There was no sign of Catherine, who is being treated for an undisclosed cancer,” reported the Daily Mail.

William and Kate have had an unusually quiet Easter holiday since Kate went public with her cancer diagnosis via video. After undergoing abdominal surgery, he was diagnosed with cancer. However, cancer is said not to be linked to surgery. However, the type of cancer was not disclosed.

The Prince and Princess of Wales did not attend the Easter Sunday service hosted by King Charles. They did not join the other royals at the traditional meeting at Windsor. They spent Easter with their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

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William and George watched a football match

Last night, William was spotted accompanying Prince George to watch Aston Villa FC play LOSC Lille in the UEFA Europa Conference League. William's beloved team won 2-1.

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