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Girl, six, receives a ‘beautifully’ handwritten letter from Kate Middleton

A schoolgirl who Kate Middleton featured in her photography book has received a handwritten letter from the Duchess of Cambridge after being declared free from cancer.

Mila Sneddon, six, from Falkirk, spent two years receiving multiple rounds of chemotherapy after being diagnosed with leukaemia in November 2019.

The schoolgirl was kept away from her father Scott and sister Jodie at the height of the pandemic to stay healthy, with her story touching the nation and the Duchess of Cambridge who decided to feature her as one of 100 photos in her lockdown book, Hold Still.

Mila’s mother Lynda took to Twitter to praise Kate for sending a ‘beautifully’ handwritten letter to mark her daughter reaching the end of her treatment.

Mila Sneddon, six, (pictured) from Falkirk, received a handwritten letter from the Duchess of Cambridge after ending her cancer treatment

Mila Sneddon, six, (pictured) from Falkirk, received a…


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