Princess Catherine

Kensington Palace Reveals Kate Middleton’s Trooping the Colour Plans Amid Health Concerns

In light of Princess Kate’s ongoing health journey, Kensington Palace has announced her absence from the traditional rehearsal for the upcoming Trooping the Colour parade in honor of King Charles’ birthday next month.

Reports indicate that Lieutenant General James Bucknall will step in as the Inspecting Officer at the Trooping the Colour Colonel review on June 8, Saturday, replacing the Princess of Wales.

This role would have been undertaken by Kate, serving as Colonel in Chief of the Irish Guards, to take the salute.

The decision comes as Kate continues her recovery from cancer treatment, with the palace maintaining a cautious silence regarding her attendance at public events.

Meanwhile, there have been notable adjustments to accommodate King Charles’ health condition, as confirmed by the British Army earlier this week.

In a significant departure from tradition, the monarch, who is battling cancer, will travel by carriage instead of on horseback for the military spectacle.

Read More: Kate Middleton’s Return Awaits Medical Clearance Amidst Hope and Uncertainty

Speculation persists regarding the attendance of Prince William and the royal children at the event.

GB News’ royal correspondent Cameron Walker and digital Royal editor Svar Nanan-Sen weighed in on the possibility, highlighting the significance of the children’s presence amidst recent challenges faced by the Royal Family.

While the decision ultimately rests with Prince William and Kate, the public remains understanding of the family’s circumstances during this challenging period.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *