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Kate Middleton, who “could look out on the balcony” at Trooping The Colour

Kate Middleton will not participate at the Colonel's Review scheduled for Saturday 8 June in the center of London. This, to date, is the only certainty regarding it the Princess of Waleswho has been fighting his for several months battle against cancer. There is still a window open, however, for the Trooping The Colour, the famous military parade that the June 15 will publicly celebrate the birthday of King Charles: there will also be the future queen consort on the iconic balcony of Buckingham Palace?

In many, in the shadow of Big Ben, categorically exclude this possibility. Yet, since Daily Mail, a sensational indiscretion has arrived: Kate would be «considering» the possibility of appearing together with her husband William and three children, George, Charlotte And Louis. «He will only do it if he feels like it well enough», an unspecified source revealed to the tabloid. On the other hand, as Palazzo has made clear several times, she «will stay away from the royal duties until the doctors give her the go ahead».

Sources close to Kate told Vanity Fair That Princess, who has been undergoing preventive chemotherapy in recent weeks he has “passed the critical point” of treatment and it feels much better. “Was a great relief that he tolerates the drugs well and is really better,” says a family friend. «Of course it was a period very challenging and full of worries. Everyone gathered around her: William, children, parents, sister and brother.”

It must be said that a greeting from the balcony it wouldn't fit in institutional duties, but to date it remains frankly a remote possibility. What is certain is that Carlo – on the advice of the doctors – he will not arrive on horseback as usual, but aboard an Ascot Landau carriage, together with his wife Camilla. Among other things there were celebrations at risk until the endalso considering that the English Prime Minister Rishi Sunak recently announced that July 4th there will be elections.

Source: Vanity Fair

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