Newspaper headlines: Kate's 'cancer shock' and princess 'getting stronger'


The headline on the front page of the Daily Mirror reads: "Kate reveals cancer shock"
All of Saturday's front pages lead with Catherine, Princess of Wales's cancer diagnosis. The Daily Mirror features a photo of Catherine from that video, and quotes her as saying it had "taken us time to explain everything to George, Charlotte and Louis" and to "reassure them that I'm going to be OK".
The headline on the front page of the Daily Express reads: "Kate: My cancer came as a huge shock"
The same photo and quote are on the front page of the Daily Express. The paper's royal editor says Catherine has displayed "incredible bravery and fortitude" in telling the nation about her illness.
The main headline on the front page of the Daily Telegraph reads: "'Cancer came as huge shock'"
In a comment piece previewed on its front page, the Daily Telegraph says the "cruel treatment" of Catherine by online trolls since it was announced she would be undergoing abdominal surgery in January has been "sickening beyond belief". Catherine's health and wellbeing had been subject to widespread and often wild speculation in recent weeks.
The headline on the front page of the Daily Mail reads: "I am well and getting stronger every day... I am going to be OK"
The Daily Mail describes the news as a "bombshell", with the headline: "I am well and getting stronger every day... I am going to be OK". In a comment piece, the paper says the princess must "focus only on herself" during her recovery.
The headline on the Times reads: "Princess reveals her cancer and says: I'm going to be OK"
The Times says Catherine's voice occasionally faltered as she delivered the news in her "emotional" video message. The paper notes King Charles III has lauded her bravery.
The headline on the front page of the Sun reads: "Kate, you are not alone"
"Kate, you are not alone" is the Sun's headline - a nod to Catherine's message of solidarity with all those whose lives have been affected by cancer. The paper says the princess has received an "outpouring of love and support".
The main headline on the front page of the Guardian reads: "Princess of Wales receiving chemotherapy treatment"
Her announcement is also the main story on the front page of the Guardian. The paper also carries reports of the attack on Crocus City concert hall just outside Moscow in which at least 40 people were killed. The paper says it is Russia's worst attack in years.
The headline on the i weekend reads: "Kate reveals she has cancer and has started chemotherapy"
The i's weekend edition says Catherine and her husband, the Prince of Wales, waited until their children began Easter holidays for the announcement
The headline on the front page of the Daily Star reads: "Kate: I have cancer"
The Daily Star also leads with the story, featuring an image of Catherine, Prince William and their three children on its front page.
The main headline on the front page of the FT Weekend reads: "Bank of England's Bailey says rate cuts 'in play'"
The Financial Times says Catherine's announcement has put an end to weeks of speculation. Also on the front page is the paper's interview with Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey, who has signalled that interest rate cuts could be expected later this year.
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