• Changes are coming to the "Trooping the Colour" ceremony
  • King Charles has to forgo tradition this year
  • His health comes first after his diagnosis

Sometimes things of "force majeur" take precedence over the usual norms. Such is the case for King Charles' current royal duties and activities. In a change of royal traditions, King Charles III will make an adjustment at the Trooping the Colour ceremony taking place next month.

A different ceremony

Unlike last year, when the monarch attended the ceremony on horseback, Charles will inspect the soldiers from a carriage. This move follows the recommendation of his doctors, as the King is currently undergoing treatment for an unspecified cancer, as reported by the British newspaper 'Express'.

Also interesting:

After King Charles received the green light from his doctors to resume public duties in April, Buckingham Palace signaled that the King's future commitments will be "adjusted where necessary" to take account of his recovery...

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