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Concerns Mount Over Kate Middleton’s Health Following Missed Rehearsal for Trooping the Colour

Royal expert Tim Ewart has raised concerns about the health of Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, after she skipped the Colonel’s rehearsal for Trooping the Colour.

In an interview with Sky News Australia, Ewart stated, “I think it is fair to say people here are still quite concerned about her [Kate Middleton] health.”

Ewart also expressed apprehension over the lack of recent updates from Prince William regarding Kate’s health status, emphasizing, “There have been no formal medical bulletins, and we still don’t know what form of cancer Kate has, or especially what treatment she is receiving.”

Regarding Kate’s absence from the Colonel’s rehearsal, Ewart remarked, “Kate should have attended (the rehearsal) because she is a Colonel of one of the regiments involved, and it’s called the Colonel’s rehearsal, which she’s not going to be there.”

Despite these concerns, Ewart expressed hope that the upcoming Trooping the Colour parade, scheduled for King Charles’ official birthday on June 15, could represent a pivotal moment in Kate Middleton’s recovery process.

“We’re hoping that she’ll be on the balcony at Buckingham Palace,” Ewart stated optimistically.

As Kate Middleton remains absent from public events, concerns about her health continue to grow, particularly in light of her missed rehearsal for Trooping the Colour.

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The lack of detailed medical information from Prince William has only fueled speculation surrounding the nature of Kate’s illness and the treatments she may be undergoing.

Nevertheless, there remains a hopeful anticipation that her potential appearance at the Trooping the Colour parade could signify progress in her recovery journey.

Royal observers eagerly await further updates on Kate’s condition and her eventual return to public engagements.

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