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Prince William Makes Poignant Reference to Kate Middleton at D-Day Commemoration Event

Prince William made a heartfelt mention of his wife, Kate Middleton, during his significant appearance at the D-Day commemorations earlier today.

The Prince of Wales joined King Charles and Queen Camilla alongside other leaders to pay tribute to war heroes in a moving anniversary event held in Portsmouth.

During a personal interaction with a woman believed to be a Bletchley Park codebreaker, the King-in-waiting shared a touching detail about Kate’s family history.

“My wife’s grandmother did the same sort of thing as you,” he said, referring to Valerie Middleton, who served as a codebreaker at Bletchley Park, where the Enigma code was famously broken.

“Catherine only found out at the end of her life,” he added.

William’s poignant mention of his wife is especially emotional in light of her recent cancer diagnosis, which she announced via a video message in March.

Kate Middleton is currently undergoing treatment and is expected to take a break from her royal duties until later this year.

The D-Day event featured the participation of various leaders and dignitaries, with King Charles and Queen Camilla leading the tributes.

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They are set to travel to France to attend a ceremony at the British Normandy Memorial at Ver-sur-Mer on June 6. Prince William will join them after attending the wedding of his longtime friend, the Duke of Westminster.

Prince William’s reference to Kate Middleton’s grandmother highlights the enduring legacy of those who served during World War II and adds a personal touch to the commemorations, resonating deeply amid the Princess’s current health challenges.

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