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Buckingham Palace issues rare update on Kate Middleton and King Charles amid cancer battle

Buckingham Palace issues rare update on Kate Middleton and King Charles amid cancer battle

As royal fans anticipate Kate Middleton’s return after her long absence from the public eye, Buckingham Palace has issued a rare update on the Princes of Wales and King Charles.

While Kate will not attend the traditional Trooping the Colour rehearsal, known as the Colonel’s Review, on June 8, King Charles III will not be riding a horse and will instead travel in a carriage with Queen Camilla to the parade on June 15.

While Kate will not attend the traditional dress rehearsal for Trooping the Colour, known as the Colonel’s Review, on June 8, King Charles III will not be riding on horseback and will instead travel in a carriage with Queen Camilla to the parade on June 15, the palace has confirmed, according to the newspaper. Daily. mail.

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Charles, accompanied by Camilla, is scheduled to parade soldiers in his festive birthday parade from the Ascot Landau carriage. It appears that this change came based on the recommendation of doctors, as the king continues to undergo cancer treatment.

Who will conduct the colonel’s review?

According to the Palace, the colonel’s review will be conducted by Lieutenant General James Bucknall, former commander of the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps, on Kate’s behalf.

The Princes of Wales was due to receive the salute in her usual role as Colonel of the Irish Guards. However, that will not be the case this year as she is recovering from cancer amid ongoing chemotherapy.

The revelation comes after the Army pulled a confirmation on its website in March that Catherine would take part in Trooping the Color and began selling tickets, causing confusion after Kensington Palace refused any confirmation about her appearance.

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