King Charles and Queen Camilla Make Big Change For Easter Church Appearance

King Charles and Queen Camilla Make Big Change For Easter Church Appearance

King Charles is anticipating attending the customary Easter Sunday service with the royal family, marking potentially his initial public appearance since the Princess of Wales disclosed her battle with cancer.

At 75 years old, Charles, who himself has been diagnosed with cancer, might join his wife, Queen Camilla, at the annual service held at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, provided his health permits. Nonetheless, Buckingham Palace is likely to organize accommodations for a significantly smaller audience.

One online correspondent, Danielle, says: “It’s understood that King Charles may attend a church service on Easter Sunday with a smaller royal turnout if his health allows it. 

“Charles has minimised his contact with larger crowds to reduce risks as he continues his cancer treatment.” 

Since early February, the King has been undergoing treatment for a type of cancer that has not been disclosed, following treatment for an enlarged prostate. Throughout this period, the monarch, who has persevered with his duties, has temporarily halted public-facing royal engagements.

“While we’ve seen the King conduct small audiences at Buckingham Palace, he’s not attended any large-scale gathering since his diagnosis, such as the reception for Korean War Veterans last week, the Commonwealth Day service and the memorial for the late King Constantine in Windsor last month,” Danielle adds. “Behind-the-scenes, the King is very much continuing with working through his daily red boxes.” 

As mentioned earlier, the Prince and Princess of Wales, along with their three children, will be absent from next week’s service. This decision follows Kate’s announcement in an emotional video message on Friday, revealing her undergoing preventative chemotherapy.

In her heartfelt message, Kate expressed the profound shock upon learning about her cancer diagnosis after surgery and described the incredibly challenging months her family has faced. King Charles is reportedly proud of his cherished daughter-in-law Kate for her bravery in openly discussing her treatment. He has remained closely connected with her throughout the recent weeks.

Words of support also came from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who said: “We wish health and healing for Kate and the family, and hope they are able to do so privately and in peace.” 

The form of cancer has not been disclosed but Princess Kate began a course of “preventative chemotherapy” late in February, and is said to have a positive mindset for her recovery and is in good spirits, describing herself as “well and getting stronger every day”.

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