Princess Kate to miss significant public event following cancer disclosure, more than two months later

Catherine, the Princess of Wales, has made the difficult decision not to resume her public duties and attend a significant British military event in early June. This comes after she was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year and has been undergoing chemotherapy. Despite her absence, her father-in-law, King Charles III, who is also undergoing treatment for cancer, will be present at the Trooping the Color parade. However, due to his condition, he will be riding in a car instead of on horseback.

According to a spokesperson from Kensington Palace, Princess Kate will only be able to return to work once she has received clearance from her medical team. The statement did not provide any specific timeline for when this might happen.

Kate will not be attending the Colonel’s Review on June 8, as confirmed by an official to CBS News. The Colonel’s Review is a formal dress rehearsal for the Trooping the Color parade, which is held in central London exactly a week later.

In March, Kate revealed that she would be undergoing “preventive chemotherapy” due to a diagnosis of unspecified cancer. She had discovered the presence of the cancer during an abdominal surgery a few months prior.

King Charles has recently returned to his public engagements after a few weeks of treatment. However, Buckingham Palace has announced that some engagements will be postponed due to the upcoming general elections in early July.

In February, Charles took a break from most of his commitments after receiving his diagnosis.

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