Royals: Buckingham Palace: Charles will attend Easter service

Royals: Buckingham Palace: Charles will attend Easter service

Since he made his cancer public, the British King Charles has canceled all public appointments until further notice. However, he wants to attend the traditional Easter service.

The British King Charles III. will take part in the Royals’ traditional Easter service despite his cancer. This was announced by Buckingham Palace. Accordingly, the 75-year-old monarch and Queen Camilla (76) want to attend the morning service in St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle on Easter Sunday. Other members of the royal family are also expected to take part.

Heir to the throne Prince William (41) and his wife Princess Kate (42), who also has cancer, and their children will reportedly not be there.

At the beginning of February, the palace announced that King Charles was suffering from cancer. It is not known what form of the disease it is – except that it is not supposed to be prostate cancer. The king has since been undergoing treatment and has canceled all public appearances until further notice. But behind the scenes he carries out duties and also holds audiences from time to time. Kate also revealed that she had cancer last week and is now receiving preventive chemotherapy.

Source: Stern

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