the date and place

It was on June 15 when Kate Middleton reappeared after around five months away from public life.It was at the Trooping the Colour, the birthday celebrations of King Charles III, that she attended an event for the first time after announcing in March that she was suffering from cancer. While she continues her recovery, there is already talk of the Princess of Wales’s next appearance.

The date marked in red on the calendar is next Sunday, July 14, when the Wimbledon tournament ends. For eight years, the wife of William of England has been presenting these trophies, starring in images that will go down in history. In the last edition, in 2023, she presented the award to Carlos Alcaraz from Murcia.

We hope that the Princess of Wales will be able to present the trophies as patron of the club, but her health and recovery is the priority.. We don’t know what we know. All we’ve said is that we’ll work with her and give her as much flexibility as possible.“Debbie Jevans, the club’s director, announced this Thursday.

As explained in Telegraph SportKate’s presence is not guaranteed but neither is it ruled out: “I don’t know who would present the trophies as an alternative. That is something we will consider later if necessary. We remain flexible. When we know something, we will think about what we should do.” Kensington Palace has not confirmed her presence, but has not communicated to the organisation that she will not be there, which is why everything seems to indicate that Kate’s will is to preside over one of her most precious events.

In the statement in which she announced her return one day before the Color Trooping, the mother of George, Charlotte and Louise already announced that her intention is to return little by little to public life as long as her conditions and recovery allow it: “I hope to join in on some public engagements over the summer, but I also know I’m not out of the woods yet.”.

And about his illness, he also said: “I am making a lot of progress, but as anyone who is going through chemotherapy will know, there are good days and bad days. On those bad days you feel weak, tired and you have to give in to letting your body rest. But On good days, when you feel stronger, you want to make the most of feeling good.