Kate Middleton cancer news: Expert reveals how King's public Easter appearance could help Princess

King Charles waves as he arrives for Easter Sunday church service in Windsor

A royal expert has revealed how the monarch's public appearance on Easter Sunday will help the Princess of Wales as both royals are treated for cancer.

Jo Little, managing editor of Majesty magazine, said the “very inspiring” event would help focus attention on Kate.

“I think people will accept and understand that the Prince and Princess of Wales and their families are now on Easter holidays and they need their privacy. [to] Be a family,” he said. “I don't think it would have been particularly mind-blowing whatever the king did today, but it certainly helps.”

Charles' attendance at the annual Easter Mass service at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Sunday morning was his most significant public appearance since announcing his cancer diagnosis in February.

Later, the 75-year-old monarch greeted the assembled public and surprised onlookers, later saying he was “well” and in “high spirits”.

The Prince and Princess of Wales were not in attendance with their children – Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte – as the family spent the holiday together after Kate announced her cancer diagnosis a week ago.

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The King's Easter Sunday public appearance was a 'reassuring form', says expert

A monarch's public appearance on Easter Sunday will be a “form of reassurance” to the public, an expert on the monarchy has said, following the royal family's recent health announcements.

Charles, who is being treated for cancer, smiled and waved to the crowd as he arrived at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle for the annual Easter Mass service on Sunday morning.

Jo Little, managing editor of Her Majesty's magazine, said the “hugely inspiring” event would help draw attention away from the Princess of Wales, who revealed she had started a course of preventative chemotherapy a week ago.

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Royal expert reveals how King's public Easter appearance could help Princess

A royal expert has revealed how the monarch's public appearance on Easter Sunday will help the Princess of Wales as both royals are treated for cancer.

“I think people will accept and understand that the Prince and Princess of Wales and their families are now on Easter holidays and they need their privacy. [to] Be a family,” he said. “I don't think it would have been particularly mind-blowing whatever the king did today, but it certainly helps.”

Tara is angry1 April 2024 10:07

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Kate's uncle Gary Goldsmith praised her handling of the cancer diagnosis

In an interview with Spanish show ¡De Viernes!, Kate's maternal uncle Gary Goldsmith praised the Princess of Wales for handling the announcement of her cancer diagnosis.

“I was in touch with my sister Carol [Middleton] To make sure my daughter-in-law is fine. I thought Kate handled it incredibly well, especially in such a difficult and tricky situation.

“I don't know anyone else who has had to deal with something like this, deal with their children, and then have to give explanations to the national and international media in such a public situation.”

He continued: “It's hard to imagine that they weren't influenced by so many opinions and conspiracy theories. I have sent messages to Kate so she knows how I feel and how much I love her.

Marusha Muzaffar1 April 2024 09:15

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WATCH: Royal fans delighted to see King Charles at Easter service: 'He's looking really good'

The King accompanied the Queen on a visit to St George's Chapel, his most important public appearance since the cancer diagnosis.

Charles shook hands and spoke to those gathered at the castle on a surprise walk following the service, telling them: “You are very brave standing out here in the cold.”

Many in attendance sent their best wishes to the Princess of Wales, who shared the news of her cancer diagnosis earlier this month.

Royal fans who saw King Charles at Easter service: 'He's very good'

Royalists and members of the public who attended an Easter Sunday church service at Windsor Castle were delighted to see King Charles III, who was said to be in good health. The King accompanied the Queen on a visit to St George's Chapel, his most important public appearance since the cancer diagnosis. Charles shook hands and spoke to those gathered at the castle on a surprise walk following the service, telling them: “You are very brave standing out here in the cold.” Many in attendance sent their best wishes to the Princess of Wales, who shared the news of her cancer diagnosis earlier this month.

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Marusha Muzaffar1 April 2024 08:15

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King Charles' future 'very positive' as he sees 'encouraging' results from cancer treatment

King Charles is said to be responding well to his cancer treatment and his road to recovery is “very positive” as he appeared “well” on Easter Sunday.

The 75-year-old monarch made her first major public appearance in January after being diagnosed with an unspecified cancer.

A change in the doctors' direction was said to have resulted from his “very encouraging” response to treatment, following his attendance at an Easter morning service at Windsor, followed by public congratulations.

A palace source insisted the monarch's treatment was continuing and the warning was a “word of caution”, but it was believed he would make more appearances in the summer.

“Nothing will be confirmed until the near future, the plans are consistent and subject to medical guidance, but there is great hope and confidence from both the doctors and the patient,” the source said. said The Daily Telegraph.

Marusha Muzaffar1 April 2024 07:15

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Kate's uncle Gary Goldsmith praised her handling of the cancer diagnosis

In an interview with Spanish show ¡De Viernes!, Kate's maternal uncle Gary Goldsmith praised the Princess of Wales for handling the announcement of her cancer diagnosis.

“I was in touch with my sister Carol [Middleton] To make sure my daughter-in-law is fine. I thought Kate handled it incredibly well, especially in such a difficult and tricky situation.

“I don't know anyone else who has had to deal with something like this, deal with their children, and have to give explanations to the national and international media in such a public situation.”

He continued: “It's hard to imagine that they weren't influenced by so many opinions and conspiracy theories. I have sent messages to Kate so she knows how I feel and how much I love her.

Marusha Muzaffar1 April 2024 06:37

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The Archbishop gave an Easter message about the Princess of Wales

“In each of our lives, there are moments that change us forever,” he said. “We have watched, sympathized and felt together with the King and Princess of Wales as they talked about their cancer. Their selflessness, their kindness and their hope lifted so many people,” he said.

He delivered his message at Canterbury Cathedral in Kent, England.

Marusha Muzaffar1 April 2024 06:26

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What's next for the royal family?

After the royals gather for the Easter Matinee service – attention will turn to next public engagements.

Although there is nothing in King Charles's public diary, there are several engagements with Princess Anne and Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh, in the coming weeks:

  • April 6 – Princess Anne at the 40th Anniversary Gala for the Working Clumber Spaniel Society at Gatcombe Park, Gloucestershire
  • April 8 – Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh, attends the Wallace Collection Director's Dinner at Hertford House, London
  • April 9 – Princess Anne at St Olave's Church rededication service for the 70th anniversary in London
  • April 9 – Princess Anne opens the Tideway public open space at Chelsea Quay, London
  • April 10 – Princess Anne visits HMS Venturer at Rosyth Royal Dockyard in Fife
  • April 10 – Princess Anne visits Traddon Community Projects in Colne, Lancashire

Alex Rose1 April 2024 06:12

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The King was touched by the support of the people

It's no surprise that King Charles walked to greet the public following Easter Sunday's service.

We know the King appreciates the support he's received from the public since his cancer diagnosis – so the first opportunity to speak to members was too good to pass up.

Not only did he shake the hands of around 60 people who waited at Windsor Castle on Sunday, he also engaged in three minutes of short conversation, much to the delight of those present.

Here's a reminder of what the country's support means to King:

Alex Rose1 April 2024 05:16

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Giovanna Fletcher recalls bond with 'wonderful man' Kate Middleton in unlikely title

Fletcher, who recorded a special podcast episode with Middleton in 2020, reflected on two encounters he had with the Princess of Wales, one of which saw the pair bond over nipple cream at Baby Bang.

Marusha Muzaffar1 April 2024 04:45

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