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Will Kate Middleton Accompany King Charles and Prince William to France Next Month Amid Cancer Battle

King Charles and Prince William are set to embark on an overseas trip next month, marking the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings in France.

Recently announced by Buckingham Palace, the trip will be the British monarchs’ first overseas visit of the year following a series of challenging news for the royal family.

King Charles and Queen Camilla will travel to France to join the Ministry of Defence and Royal British Legion’s commemorative event at the British Normandy Memorial at Ver-sur-Mer on June 6th.

The event is a significant historical milestone, celebrating the Allied invasion of Normandy during World War II, which paved the way for the Allies’ victory.

Adding to the royal presence, Prince William, heir to the throne, will also join the royal pair at the commemorations.

However, Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, will not accompany her husband on this trip due to her ongoing treatment for an undisclosed form of cancer.

Kate will stay in Windsor with their three children: Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 9, and Prince Louis, 6. She will be supported by her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, during this period.

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While King Charles and Queen Camilla will be present at the British Normandy Memorial, Prince William will attend a separate Canadian ceremony at the Juno Beach Centre in Courseulles-sur-Mer.

He will also participate in the international commemorative ceremony at Omaha Beach, Saint Laurent sur Mer, alongside 25 heads of state and veterans from around the world.

This trip highlights the royal family’s commitment to honoring historical events and maintaining strong international relationships, even amid personal and public challenges.

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