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Kate Middleton’s Health Concerns Raise Speculation Over Trooping the Colour Attendance Amid Cancer Battle

Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, is currently in recovery from a cancer diagnosis, raising questions about her attendance at upcoming royal events.

As preparations for the 80th anniversary of D-Day unfold, royal commentator Heydel-Mankoo has suggested that it is “unlikely” that Kate will attend the ceremonies on June 5th and 6th due to her ongoing recovery.

Heydel-Mankoo noted that there has been no mention of Kate’s attendance at the D-Day ceremonies, where Prince Charles is slated to represent the royal family.

This absence may extend to Trooping the Colour, as Heydel-Mankoo expressed doubts about Kate’s participation in the annual event.

Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace has yet to confirm King Charles’s plans for Trooping the Colour.

Last year, the 75-year-old monarch made history by being the first to appear on horseback for the ceremony.

However, sources suggest that this year, due to his ongoing battle with cancer, King Charles is likely to travel via carriage rather than on horseback.

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The decision to opt for a carriage ride is seen as a precautionary measure by the Palace, aiming to minimize any risks to the King’s health during the event.

This decision comes in light of an incident involving a fidgeting horse during last year’s Trooping the Colour, which has prompted concerns among courtiers about the safety of a horseback appearance for the King.

As preparations for Trooping the Colour continue, Buckingham Palace is prioritizing King Charles’s well-being, ensuring that appropriate measures are in place for his participation in the event while he continues his battle with cancer.

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