• Positive news from Charles III
  • A traditional appearance will take place
  • The King will show himself at Easter

At a time characterized by uncertainty for many, this announcement from Buckingham Palace offers a strong sign of hope: King Charles III (75) and Queen Camilla (76) will lead the royal family at the Easter Sunday service.


Charles will take part in the Easter service

The upcoming Easter service marks the first major public engagement for King Charles since the news of his Cancer diagnosis at the beginning of February. The appointment suggests that his doctors believe he is fit enough to be out and about despite his ongoing treatment.

The traditional Easter Mass, which takes place in St. George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle, is a central part of the royal family's celebrations.

THEY will miss the Easter service

This year, however, the ceremony will undergo a notable change. In order to minimize the number of contacts of the King, the presence of the royal family will be reduced, reports the British 'Express'.

One of the most noticeable adjustments this year is the absence of Prince William (41) and Princess Kate (42) and their family. According to the 'Express', they will stay away from the important royal event as they are concentrating on Kate's recovery after she also revealed a Cancer diagnosis.

The heir to the throne's family traveled to Sandringham after the announcement of Kate's illness as an insider revealed to the 'Daily Mail'.

The UK is currently on Easter break and Prince George (10), Princess Charlotte (8) and Prince Louis (5) do not have to go to school.

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