Kate Middleton’s absence is prolonged: she will not reappear in the Trooping the Color parades

The British people will have to wait a little longer to see the Princess of Wales reappear, as Buckingham Palace announced this Thursday that Kate Middleton (42) will finally not be in the Trooping the Color shows on June 8, as the Ministry of Defense announced at the time.

The princess, who after spending three months absent announced on March 23 that she was receiving treatment for cancer, will not participate in the event, where she was going to review the troops. His position will be filled by General James Bucknall.

For its part, King Charles III (75), also diagnosed with this disease, will participate in the June 15 parade, in early celebration of his 76th birthday in November. She will do so by traveling in a carriage alongside Queen Camilla and not on the back of his Noble horse, as was initially his intention. This is what the doctors have recommended given his state of health.

Kate Middleton is still undergoing “preventive chemotherapy” treatment for her illness.. Once he issued the statement in which he discussed his situation, he spent almost a month with his family at the Amber Hall residence in Norfolk before his return to Windsor. Since then he has maintained secrecy about his progress in health matters.

It should be said, however, that Prince William’s wife has not separated itself from the social causes that have been its priority for years. This is what he highlights The Mirror, referring to the support that the princess provides to the Royal Foundation’s Early Childhood Centre: “She has been kept up to date since the beginning of their work, she has even read the recent report they have prepared and is up to date with the information. “It is a clear commitment he has made throughout his life of public service and this will always be the approach he follows, no matter what.”

Although we already know what topics Kate is focused on in these months of rest, the exact date on which she will return to her official commitments is still unknown. Daily Mail states that The future queen of England will return to her institutional agenda in the fall.

However, since Vanity Fair They have stated that the Princess of Wales is in no rush to return to work, as she is focused on her recovery. “Kate is in no rush to get back to work as she is fully focused on her recovery. There are no deadlines or rush. It will be when you feel ready and when your medical team gives you the green light. But he will return to work at 100%, there is no doubt about that.” At the same time, they give good news, as they assure that he has overcome the first stage in his treatment against the disease: “It has been a great relief to see that he tolerates the medication and who feels much better.”