Britain's Princess of Wales, Kate, has reported that she is progressing well with her preventative chemotherapy, though she acknowledges she is still in a critical phase. This comes ahead of her scheduled public appearance on Saturday, her first since cancer was detected following surgery. In a personal message shared on Friday, Kate expressed her gratitude for the overwhelming support she has received since her cancer announcement in March. She noted that the messages from around the world have greatly uplifted her and Prince William, the heir to the throne. Kate's statement detailed her chemotherapy journey, highlighting the fluctuations between good and bad days, and her determination to make the most of the good days. Her health improvement allows her to participate in public events, starting with the 'Trooping the Colour' on Saturday, where she will join her children and other royals. Despite this, her aides have cautioned that this does not signal a full return to her duties, as her treatment will continue for several more months. Kate underwent major abdominal surgery in January and began preventative chemotherapy in February after cancer was detected. She is now starting to work from home and is learning to be patient with the uncertainty of her health journey. A recent photo shows her looking well at the Windsor estate. Kate's illness coincides with that of King Charles, who is also receiving cancer treatment. Both are gradually resuming their public duties, with careful management to support their recoveries.