Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie Stand Strong by Mom Sarah Ferguson During Her Second Cancer Battle

Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, has garnered the unwavering support of her daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, as she confronts a new health challenge — skin cancer. At 64, she revealed on Sunday that she had been diagnosed with malignant melanoma, following a recent mastectomy for early-stage breast cancer.

According to a close friend, the family, especially her daughters, has been a tremendous source of strength for Fergie since the summer. In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE in November, the Duchess expressed gratitude for her daughters, referring to them as her “wholehearted cheerleaders, devoted champions, and soulmates.” She emphasized their continuous support during this difficult time.

Ferguson highlighted the positive impact of her grandchildren, noting that the joy and laughter they bring serve as powerful tools for healing. Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have two sons, August and Ernest, while Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi share daughter Sienna and Edo’s son Christopher Woolf.

Despite facing a second cancer diagnosis, Fergie plans to take some time for herself and has expressed her desire to make the message of regular testing a central focus of her public work. Princess Beatrice, who is already involved with the British Skin Association as a patron, may potentially join forces with her mother on this cause.

The Duchess of York was heartened by the positive response to her message about regular check-ups following her breast cancer diagnosis. Inspired by her situation, TV presenter Suzannah Reid shared that she underwent a scan. Fergie is encouraged that her advocacy may prompt others to get their moles checked.

Receiving news of a second cancer diagnosis was undoubtedly a shock for Fergie, according to the friend. However, her attitude remains “onwards and upwards,” reflecting her resilience in the face of adversity. While undergoing melanoma treatment in London, she is currently recuperating at the MAYRLIFE Clinic in Austria before returning to her residence at Royal Lodge in Windsor. Her representative emphasized that further investigations are underway to ensure early detection, and despite the distressing circumstances, the Duchess remains in good spirits.

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